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Toad Road [DVD] [2012] [Region 1] [US Import] [NTSC]

James Davidson    DVD

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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars A Personalized Trip To Hell 26 Dec 2013
By Kevin M. Varga - Published on
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TOAD ROAD is quite a bit more ambitious than one might think. Far removed from your typical horror film, this is a thoughtful, introspective journey into ruined lives, failed ambitions and uncertainty. Think Harmony Korine crossed with Andrei Tarkovsky and you're on the right track. Unexpectedly engrossing.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Ehhh 11 Jan 2014
By Robert T - Published on
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I bought this movie cause it sounded good. Well all that was good about it was the acting. There really is no horror to it. It was about kids getting high mostly. The main man actor and the lead lady one evening take a trip to Toad Road which is suppose to contain the 7 gates of hell. And well something happens. I just wish I watched this on Netflix. It sure wasn't worth what i spent on it. Do your self a favor and pass on this movie.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Just 22 Jan 2014
By G. Teslovich - Published on
1. Nothing really happens. Young adults get high; get drunk; do nothing; just exist at a level just below the poverty line.
2. It was suppose to have a Blair Witch element but nothing even close shows up. Just nothing.
3. Sadly, lead actress dies from a drug overdose shortly after filming in which she enacts a similar role.

1. Surprisingly good acting for individuals with no acting and this was their only film, but then the film really didn't require acting to distant from one's self.
2. Accurate portrayal of those who use soft drugs to pass time and feel better about themselves, especially from a daily mundane existence. And, for others a perspective/clarity to help expose and get perspective to a feeling of shallowness.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Toad Road 31 Dec 2013
By Christine M. Davidson - Published on
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A dark and disturbing look at today's youth culture also in the format of a horror story. The unfortunate death of the young female lead adds validity to the movie's viewpoint. All the young non-professional actors turn in solid performances, but the star, James Davidson shows real talent as he spirals out of control. Not a movie to watch with your kids, unless you are making a statement about the dangers and despair of a drug-fueled life!
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Unlikeable 20-something's do drugs for an agonizing 90 minutes of pure boredom. Plot, let alone horror, not included. 11 Feb 2014
By Dale Albrecht - Published on
Let's get this out of way: for the budget, the cast does some ok acting with what they are given and don't seem phony in the quasi-documentary style of the film. Everything else here is obnoxious, meandering, and doesn't deliver in any dramatic way whatsoever. Other than the 'horror' of drug use destroying lives (the film even manages to deliver this angle with apathetic blandness), there is nothing remotely frightening or suspenseful. A disappointing affair that seems like someone found a couple of hours of themselves partying on their smartphone, wondered how they could use it for a movie, tacked on some vague voice over about the gates to hell in the last 15 minutes, and called it a horror film. Obviously, if I watched it I'm willing to give indie movies a shot, but this was an awful 90 minutes.
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