- Actors: Elyssa Mersdorf, Laurel Casillo, Morgan Hooper, Torrey Weiss, Ryan Maslyn
- Directors: Dominic Perez
- Format: PAL
- Language: English
- Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
- Number of discs: 1
- Classification: 15
- Studio: High Fliers Films
- DVD Release Date: 23 Jun. 2014
- Run Time: 83 minutes
- Average Customer Review: 2.7 out of 5 stars See all reviews (47 customer reviews)
- ASIN: B00CJFTWHG
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 33,867 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)
Evil Things [DVD]
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Horror in which five college students go away for the weekend and are never seen again. For her 21st birthday, Miriam (Elyssa Mersdorf) invites her friends, Cassy (Laurel Casillo), Mark (Morgan Hooper), Tanya (Torrey Weiss) and Leo (Ryan Maslyn), to stay at her aunt's country house. Budding filmmaker Leo brings along his video camera to record the celebrations but ends up capturing what turns out to be the most terrifying experience of their lives.
Shockingly fun and genuinely creepy --Brutal As Hell
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Top Customer Reviews
Four friends are on a road trip to one of the girls aunt's house in some remote location with lots of snow. I don't recall the location but it doesn't matter to the story-line... its snowy and remote that's all that matters. On the journey they are roughly overtaken and cut up by a van which then lets them pass and follows them around. These guys are a little freaked out by this but get to their house safe and sound before dismissing it.
On day 2 they get up and go for a hike in the woods and get lost. After an argument and a strange noise the camera goes bouncy bouncy, the girls go screamy screamy and they accidentally run into the house they're staying at (handy Huh...). Just after they get in the house there is a knock at the door and a video cassette is left on the doorstep. They watch the video and surprisingly enough, the person or persons in the van have been filming them for quite a while and even broken into the house to look at the dirty dishes they left the previous night and to watch them sleeping (by this time they could have come and filmed me sleeping too...) They try to call the police but the phone line is cut and then the power goes off so they make a run for the car... again here's a really amazing twist we never saw coming *le gasp* the car is gone! The van makes a re-appearance and they run back into the house. More screamy screamy and jerky video action ensue.
At this point, a few fast forward moments and skipping through to try and catch something happening to no avail brought me through the final 20 minutes and to the end of the show.
I'm sorry but if you want that last 20 minutes your going to have to suffer through the first hour or so like the rest of us ;)
I wasn't sure what to expect with this film although I was pleasantly surprised. Even though you could consider it a 'slow starter' with regards to the actual horror, I still found the personal scenes of regular daily life quite fun to watch and ended up quite involved in it, as you might if you were at someone's house party. I was a little disappointing that the van was seen so early on though, it made it quite obvious what to expect later! The time between last seeing the van and realising what was going on did build the suspense a little, however, and gave you enough time to throw you off the scent slightly. I think more could have been done with the woodland scene, that felt like a very wasted opportunity to really ramp up the suspense!
My biggest regret is one I often get in movies like these: I didn't get to see what was really hunting them, although the rerun through the credits of the 'creature' tape was quite an eerie way to end the movie.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
A bit creepy here & there but not really worth watching to be honest. Very disappointing ! 👎Published 3 months ago by Amazonaholic
I enjoyed the acting and the suspense - was good for a horror but the ending could have been better. worth a watch though if you like found footagePublished 8 months ago by Amazon Customer
I don't understand all the hate for this movie. It's well acted, with a decent story and is genuinely creepy. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Mr. Matthew R. Meyrick
What a load of trash. Bad acting, no storyline and a laughable ending. What was the poem at the end? The filmmakers are beyond stupid.Published 18 months ago by Harry Potter Fan
can,t believe i wasted 2 hours of my life watching this crapPublished 19 months ago by Amazon Customer