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Storm Warning [Blu-ray]
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Horror directed by Jamie Blanks ('Urban Legend'). When a storm forces Pia (Nadia Fares) and rob (Robert Taylor) to land their sailboat far ashore, they stumble upon a remote island inhabited by a demented father (John Brumpton) and his psychotic sons, Jimmy (David Lyons) and Brett (Mathew Wilkinson). Captured, beaten and sexually enslaved, the couple turns the tables in a bloody fight for survival.
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It starts off with a couple who rent a boat to go fishing and end up getting lost on their way back. Once they get to shore they start walking and when they get to a road they see what appears to be a dead body, wrapped in a sheet, dumped out the back of a pick up truck. They eventually find a house in the middle of no-where and decide to break in as no-one answers the door. The justification for breaking in being that "it's OK because there's no-one home"! Weird. So far, so cliché. However, once the owners arrive back, things start to get interesting.
What follows is a tense, and at times disturbing, game of cat and mouse. At one stage the couple have the upper hand, then the home owners and the momentum is constantly swinging backwards and forwards that at times you wonder who will end up "winning". There are some very gory moments and a bit towards the end that will guarantee to make every man watching it wince.
Overall this is a very standard horror film. However, with good performances all round, and some genuinely surprising moments, it manages to lift itself above many similar films. It stays in the memory after it's over rather than a lot of horrors that you forget you have ever seen before the credits have finished.
Now comes the problem,the owners are 3 vile men,the drunk father and his 2 disgusing sons,they have their plans of what to do with their unexpected visitors.
First there's the uncomfortable feeling that is given,a shower is allowed but their clothes taken,then the men start getting a little too crude with the woman. As the film goes on and the couple are taken to what is basicly a big shed full of tools,the man gets his leg broken and the woman has it made clear they want their wicked way with her.
I don't wish to give too much away,but it's up to the woman to think of a way to outsmart these creeps and the scenes that follow are well worth the wait.
As i say nicely paced,it's not quite as full of laughs as the cover might suggest,but there's some amusing nasty scenes there.
I liked this,it started off a little slow,but it's well worth getting into as even when nothing extreme is happening,it still has a very threatening feel to it,good stuff.
So so Oz rape revenger without the rape. There's one or two squelchy moments of visceral violence but its let down by a rather predictable play out and because of that, a serious lack of tension and suspense. Which is a problem, coz it coulda been much nastier had it used its loaf. The best characters are 'Pop' the paternal figure of the killer clampets and the froggy heroine, who do a decent job. It also could've been much more horrific had it not been so 'noisey', and i was close to getting really irritated at times by it's silly OTT attitude, one stand out example being the bit where the woman goes all A~team in the shed and states some truly rubbish dialogue about mad dogs! Yeah right! In the end its ok and it's short enough to keep you from straying from the path but don't get your hopes up too high as there's much better examples of the sub~genre. The dvd is nothing special but the quality is perfectly sound.
All any viewer can hope for in these nightmare situations is that the innocents get away with their lives and the psycho's suffer painful gory deaths, which does not always happen in some horrors. It IS worth getting this excellent DVD to find out how this one ends, as long as you do not have a weak stomach!
The picture quality on this OPTIMUM DVD is EXCELLENT and I cannot imagine the blu ray being much better, if any.
Wishing you pleasant nightmares! KAN
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This is a film set in Australia where a couple get caught in a storm in their sailboat. They have to put into shore and they find a house which is unoccupied so they go in. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Dave n Linda
Quite enjoyed it - but not as good as reviews suggested. The baddies are horrible, the murders are OK, but the film is too short so everything has to be crammed in which wasn't... Read morePublished 14 months ago by Ozymandias
This film was good. So gruesome at some points though so be warnedPublished 15 months ago by ladyjay
oh this film is slow boring and basically crap on the plus side the bluray picture and sound are good so are the small amount of extrasPublished 18 months ago by trmaxx