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The Rendlesham UFO Incident [DVD]

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  • Directors: Daniel Simpson
  • 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: Altitude Film Distribution
  • DVD Release Date: 9 Feb. 2015
  • Run Time: 83 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 2.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (63 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00Q4MRRWM
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 15,317 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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Documentary style sci-fi horror. When a couple (Robert Curtis and Abbie Salt) decide to go hunting for ancient Saxon gold in Rendelsham Forest, Suffolk, they are joined by their extraterrestrial-obsessed friend Jake (Danny Shayler), who wants to search the rumoured site of alien sightings and capture the entire experience on film. While exploring the surrounding forest, they begin to witness unusual activity in the skies directly above and all their equipment starts to malfunction. Then, as they venture deeper into the wooded area, the group stumble upon an old abandoned army base that they hope will unlock the secrets behind the mysterious events...

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The found footage genre is getting very tired and and rather irritating and this example, despite having undoubtedly chilling moments, doesn't really rise above the cliches we have come to expect. There are far too many jerky camera sequences and blackouts for its own good.Yes, there is considerable talent in front of the camera with three solid performances and behind the camera the directors "plot" is undoubtedly fascinating too, but despite being only just over 80mts it does feel very long. Hopefully the days of "found footage" movies will soon come to an end.That said this movie which took two years to complete, against the odds, is as good as many other low budget movies around but it would have been improved greatly if it was better edited and possibly if the deleted ending was restored.
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It is most definitely of its multiple Genre's... including being a low Budget, home-grown British Cinema effort
It's not particularly dramatic, tense or thrilling... but capture's your attention in places with its Sci-Fi/Mystery theme
It's not a major big-bangs Spectacle either... but there's just enough short, sharp Action here and there to peek your interest

It's not a genre defining Close Encounters or Blair Witch, nor is it the far superior The Fourth Kind... but it is a grey and haunting day in Rendlesham, Suffolk, England !!!
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What a terrible waste of £3.65..

Question. Why did an extremely intelligent species travel millions of lightyears, just to terrorise a small portion of the UK? Apparently the rest of the country, and world, are oblivious, despite the very large spacecrafts and loud noises.

** SPOILERS IN PARAGRAPH BELOW **

To save an hour and a half, here is a summary of the movie.

A couple, and their friend, go out with metal detectors. Two of them intending to find something precious, the friend is there to film it. They can't find the owners of a certain bit of land, as it's illegal to look around without permission, they wait until nightfall and search then.

There is a strange light, they're scared, it's daylight, they go back to the car, and it's gone.

They spend the day trying to find a road, most of the movie seems to be based in them being lost, lots of arguments. They see some strange lights. They find a shed type thing with strange pictures. One is of them asleep in the car before they set out to search with metal detectors. The friend is amazed at seeing UFOS, the boyfriend thinks they're military drones. He starts to loose the plot a bit.

Night falls. More lights, this time they seem to terrorise them. There is running, poor light, screaming, some jerky images, not entirely sure what happened because it was difficult to tell. When things are a bit more coherent, the friend finds the girlfriend, the boyfriend has gone. At some point night vision picks up a brief blur of something running through the woods, it could have been a deer, noone seems to notice.

Daylight, the friend and girlfriend find a road, later they find a US (Airforce, I think) base, it's abandoned. They take a look around.
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I seem to generally disagree with overtones of us critics.

First I have to say found footage style film appeal to many and have been established as a sub genres. Get over it.

Second this film isn't the best example, ironically they should have kept in the deleted scenes and alternative ending. But its not the end of the world, its still enjoyable enough as a UK 51 scenario. I gave it a just 7/10
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Having a interest in this case from the early 80's and living in Suffolk I was drawn to this film. The beginning pulls you in and the "Blair witch" style camera work is ok at first, adding to the tension build up and spooky music.
The plot at the start is quite believable and intriguing, however I found myself about halfway through, struggling with the shaky camera shots and cut aways and ultimately I started to lose interest.
I managed to watch until the end, which was a disappointing end to the film, all in all its ok but didn't hold my attention that well, shame.
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Three young adults with a camera and metal detectors go to Rendlesham Forest to look for old Roman coins and aliens. The film plays a garbled audio from the 1980 UFO incident. Our threesome get their car stolen and are trespassing, stuck in the woods with weird things happening that look like a spot light moving around. At one point one of the guys (see DVD cover) holds up the metal detector during a lightning storm. It includes a lot of night time filming, herky-jerky motion, ground cam, people screaming in the dark, and playing "what is that" game.

The movie would have been decent if the camera shooting wasn't done so bad. We know the film isn't real, so please stop tossing the camera all around.

I found the film to be a waste of time because of lousy camera shooting.

Guide: F-bomb. No sex or nudity.
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yeah its okay... but if you seen blair witch and all them hand held shaky cam movies you have seen this one. i would have liked a actual rendlesham ufo incident movie..or even a decent documentary on those events..
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