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Credo [DVD]

3.3 out of 5 stars 14 customer reviews

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  • Actors: Stephen Gately
  • Format: PAL
  • Language: English
  • Region: All Regions
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: 15
  • Studio: Guerilla Films
  • DVD Release Date: 25 May 2009
  • Run Time: 93 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (14 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0020K33TI
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 131,141 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)
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Following a wild party, five friends are evicted from their student digs and are forced to seek refuge in an abandoned halls of residence in central London.

They soon sense they're not alone and recall the story of a ritual group suicide that occurred in that same building a few years before.

When they conduct a seance to uncover the reason behind the suicides, the answer comes not from the ghosts of dead students, but from the terrifying entity that drove them to their deaths.

And now it knows they're here, it's not going to let them leave.

Extras: An interview with Stephen Gately. Essential of Horror a 22 making of.

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Students crashing at an abandoned ex Catholic reformatory/school thingee conduct a seance, entity apparently gate-crashes though you never actually see it. Students wander around the building for the rest of the film, dying one by one though you never see them being killed just their prone bodies afterwards.
Add a bearded edgy outsider (survivor of the original seance and suicide spree when the school was functioning) who is in the know on these things and lives in a secret room in the building with (sigh) bible messages and drawings etched all over the walls, neglect to put in any scares whatsoever and cue end credits.
Poor direction to boot; quite an emphasis on 'hanging' in this film though unrealsitically done. With the last victim in particular you could clearly see the cord was loose around the victims neck. Saw a little of the poor extras just enough to observe the female director 'Toni' someone or other who whilst referring to a tunnel scene she wanted to incorporate after finding what looked like a corroded metal dust chute, referred to herself in the third person (a real pet hate of mine) saying how she had thought 'in Toni's world' (ooh I'm so zany me) it would look good until she was advised otherwise.
The young actors did what they could considering the limitations of the director. There were some awful scenes where other actors were just used as screen filler especially noticeable during the opening sequence when Gately was given lots of lines with the other male actor being his foil during the initial seance whilst the two female actors were mute witness to all goings on, really, really unrealistic and I felt quite sorry for them. I do not recommend this as a foray into horror and hope this director has moved onto more suitable genres.
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Most people would get this because of Stephen Gately (Boyzone). I made this mistake. I am a massive Stephen Gately and Boyzone fan. I thought this would be a great item to add to my collection of cds, t-shirts and concert dvds, but I was wrong. Don't get me wrong though, Stephen is great in the movie but he gets killed within the first ten minutes of it starting. The rest of the movie is a let down because it is very weird and has some moments where you don't know what is going on and the ending doesn't make any sense, either.

I'm telling you, don't get this movie because of Stephen only get it if you truly want it. Don't disappoint yourself like I did. I recommend that if someone you know has this movie borrow it of them.
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By Daniel Jolley HALL OF FAMETOP 500 REVIEWER on 23 Feb. 2012
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As average horror films go, this is a pretty decent one. Unfortunately, its title and plot summary do it no favors. I thought this was going to be a film about a group of theology students summoning a demon and then trying to survive in the wake of their very bad mistake. In point of fact, that little demon conjuration story serves as the background to the actual storyline, which involves five college students picking the worst possible site for house squatting. Having - quite by accident, mind you - watched two consecutive movies about house squatting, I can say, with some authority, that house squatting is bad, mmkay. If you try it, you're just asking to find yourself locked in and hunted by some evil entity - be it man or demon. Getting back to the title, I think LionsGate made a mistake in changing this film's original name, Credo, to The Devil's Curse once it purchased the American distribution rights. I mean, please, The Devil's Curse? Could you possibly have a cheesier title for a horror film?

The central character in this story is Alice (MyAnna Buring), a most diligent student who is the last person to leave the library on a nightly basis. For some reason, she is friends and roommates with a stereotypical party animal, an insecure would-be suitor (Mark Joseph) who secretly tapes her in her room, and two other girls. Thanks to Jock (Clayton Watson) and his loud partying, the whole lot of them are evicted on an early Saturday morning. Jock finds them a new place to crash for at least the next couple of weeks, though. Unfortunately, it turns out to be a former seminary/dormitory where a group of five students tried to summon the demon Belial some years ago.
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Really creepy, atmospheric horror flick. Sure, it's not gory, and there are no Hollywood CGI effect, but it has a genuinely disturbing feeling about it, which made my spine tingle somewhat!

Definitely watch a watch!
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A low-budget Brit horror that is very much played by numbers. The first half of the film is mind numbingly boring. And as with a lot of other low-budget horrors, loud music is used to try and scare. I almost switched it off. But I'm very much glad I stuck with it. Because it came as a nice surprise to me when I was caught out by the twist ending. The acting was pretty decent; MyAnna Buring stands out the most and I look forward to seeing a lot more of her in the future.
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Five theology students plan to take part in an occult ritual in their halls of accomodation, to prove the existance of the devil. One backs out after the ritual has begun, breaking the circle of protection. The next morning his four friends are all dead. Some years later, a group of students evicted from the house that they share, find themselves a nice place to stay as a stop gap. Yes, its the very same halls of residence, now derelict and boarded up. Then strange things start to happen...
This film superficially resembles another modern Brit Horror, Long Time Dead. As the film progresses however it comes across more like a British version of the superb American chiller Session 9.
The film eschews gore and elaborate set pieces, instead favouring a gradual build up of mounting dread, and it postively drips with atmosphere. The creepy interior of the building takes on a life of its own, and the young cast all equip themselves admirably. Its not that scary, but it should leave you with a little tingle down the spine, especially after the ending, which made me question everything I had seen up to then.
It even comes complete with a Lesbian shower scene. Okay, thats a bit of a fib, but if it makes one extra person delve into this superb film, then I'm glad I told it.
A terrific film, destined to become a minor classic in the future. Highly recommended. 5 out of 5
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