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Movie Review: The Hallow

Released: 2015
Genre: Horror
IMDB Rating: 5.7 / 10

Nobody does a horror movie quite like the British and Irish do.

Usually I’m reasonably up-to-date with what’s coming out horror-wise, but the only reason I chanced upon this little gem was because it had a one letter difference from  749 more words

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'The Hallow' (2015): Our Friday Night Movie Recommendation

This Friday is all about family, new adventures that come with new opportunities and fairies. Not the Tinkerbell kind, though. The fairies that come straight out of Irish mythology and want nothing more than to wreck havoc on the lives of humans that cross their path. 465 more words

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A Pequena Morte

A Pequena Morte (The Litlle Death). (Comédia/Drama/Romance); Elenco: Bojana Novakovic; Damon Herriman, Alan Dukes, Erin James, T. J. Power, Patrick Brammall, Lisa McCune, Kate Mulvany, Kate Box;  660 more words

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Five Strangers Trapped. One Of Them Is Not What They Seem

Finally got around to watching a movie that’s been on my “to watch” list for sometime last night – the 2010 supernatural horror thriller from director John Erick  Dowdle (“As Above, So Low”, “Quarantine”) written and produced by M. 814 more words

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The Hallow (2015) and the Curse of "Good" Horror Movies

Original title: The Woods

D: Corin Hardy / 97m

Cast: Joseph Mawle, Bojana Novakovic, Michael McElhatton, Michael Smiley

Premiered at the Sundance Film Festival this year, … 1,359 more words

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The Hallow

“Things go bump in the dark here.”

Corin Hardy’s debut movie oozes with clever direction, originality and a lot of black goo. Set in the Irish countryside, we follow Adam Hitchens (Joseph Mawle), his wife Claire (Bojana Novakovic) and their baby son Fin as they settle into a newly purchased house next to the woods; renovating, exploring and enjoying each others company in happy harmony (bar some disgruntled locals that don’t take kindly to strangers). 882 more words

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The Hallow, Review

Director: Corin Hardy
Starring: Joseph Mawle, Bojana Novakovic & Michael McElhatton
Synopsis: A family who moved into a remote mill house in Ireland find themselves in a fight for survival with demonic creatures living in the woods… 435 more words

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