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The Hole [Blu-ray]
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Joe Dante directs this suspense horror/thriller. When 17-year-old Dane (Chris Massoglia) and his younger brother Lucas (Nathan Gamble) move with their mother Susan (Teri Polo) from New York City to the sleepy little town of Bensonville, they stumble across a mysterious hole under a locked trapdoor in the basement while exploring their new house. Before they know it, the brothers are caught up in a terrifying odyssey into the dark labyrinths of their worst fears and most sinister nightmares.
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Got that? OK. So far so standard.
The amusing hook of this film is that the new home they've just moved into has a hatch in the floor that may or may not be a gateway to hell, and once opened, weird and creepy things start happening.
These aren't too creepy or gruesome - after all, this is a family movie - but any kids with a clown phobia will have an amusing time, and there are some smart shocks with traps, creepy near escapes, and some funny gags where the kids have to try to explain why they're acting strangely to Mom.
Like Gremlins in style and pacing due to the same director Joe Dante's talented hand, this isn;t quite as much of a classic but does have a lot of fun performances and many entertaining set pieces. And if it does feel a bit patronising with its cod-psychology here and there, the inventive design, caper-film feel and exciting ending still make it one that's worth watching. Fun and nostalgic.
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