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The Descent (2005): I Haven't Seen the Sequel But I Still Like To Pretend It Doesn't Exist

I watched this film for one of my classes. Before this class, I only had the vague notion of remembering it on the walls of Blockbuster. 655 more words


The Descent: A look back at one of the best horror flicks of the 00's.

Neil Marshall burst on to the scene in style in 2002 with his debut, werewolf picture ‘Dog Soldiers’. 3 years later he returned with perhaps one of the most tense, memorable and well crafted horror movies of the mid-00’s, The Descent. 444 more words


21. The Descent (2005)

(Very minor spoilers follow)

I don’t watch loads of horror movies. It’s not that I have anything against them; if anything, they’re unfairly maligned a lot of the time. 825 more words

Crawl to the Surface

As the curtain opens on The Descent, we see a group of long-time friends—Sarah, Juno, Beth, Sam and Rebecca—wrapping up another one of their annual wilderness adventures. 765 more words

The Descent (2005) Film Review | 365 Day Film Challenge - Day 26

I had heard nothing but amazing things about this film, so I went in with fairly high expectations. I’m pleased to say that The Descent… 338 more words


Film #218: The Descent (2005)

director: Neil Marshall
language: English
length: 99 minutes
watched on: 4 August 2016

We actually watched three films in one day – the first was… 605 more words


Movie Review - The Descent

Released in 2005, The Descent is a British horror movie that does away with haunted mansions, abandoned asylums, handheld cams, and other tired horror tropes. Instead we follow the spelunking (what a fun word to say) adventures of six women as they stumble into an uncharted cave within the Appalachian Mountains. 863 more words

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