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  • Actors: Will Thorp, Ameet Chana, Andrew Lewis, Poppy Drayton, Thomas Law
  • Directors: Russell England
  • Format: PAL
  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: 15
  • Studio: Kaleidoscope Home Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: 27 July 2015
  • Run Time: 90 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 2.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (14 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00VIKUD62
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 72,975 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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As the lone moon rises over wild and uninhabited moors, a group of friends find themselves lost and desperate for shelter when they arrive at the door of an abandoned building, long rumoured to hide a secret vault full of treasured artefacts. Hastening through the creaking doors, the group begin their wait for the darkest hours of the night to pass; but as the wind tears through the trees outside, the teenagers quickly realise they are not alone. When a gang of burglars suddenly arrive in search of the vault, unexplained noises, apparitions and disturbing whispers echo through the empty corridors. The house is stirring and as the ghostly noises take a deadly, malevolent turn, the teenagers realise that they must escape both the spirits and the burglars or become victims before the night is over...

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A good modern Brit Supernatural/Ghost film, proving that once again, no-one doe's it better than the Brit's do, proving that there are great film's that are British without endless sequel's and dreadful, pointless, unnecessary Horror film re-make's, quite often the Brit film's, especially Supernatural & Horror film's are far better than anything to come out of Hollywood, they need to be seen by more people and really promote the British Film Industry, there have been a number of bad Brit Horror Film's, however, but really only the one's with all the terrible CCTV film footage 'Most Haunted' type-stuff. I would recommend 7 out of 10 of Brit Supernatural/Horror film's .
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When reading the back of the cover in Sainsbury's, it seemed like just another 'lost teens find abandoned building full of ghosts' story and the front cover also seemed to support this synopsis, however, the film is nothing of the sort... no abandoned building, no moors, no lost teens. Instead this movie is about a small group of teens on a end of year assessment as cadets, for this final assessment they are to spend the night patrolling their school as they would do a military compound in the field of combat, unfortunately for them, two burglers come to steal items from the school and even more unfortunately, it happens to be the anniversary night of when fellow students from three and a half centuries earlier committed ritual sacrifice to Satan to spare the school from the plague, and now, they're back!

Sadly this is clearly a low budget affair, with the SFX obviously reflecting this, the gun flashes are quite clearly digital and the ghosts just look cheap. The acting is also not very good either, with it ranging from terrible, to cheesy, to just about passable. The movie itself is not really scary at all, a few bad attempts at jumpscares, but sadly the framing just doesn't make them work, plus with the aforementioned bad SFX, when you do see something, it just looks bad.

The only real plus point with this movie, is the plot twist, you don't really see it coming at all until it is finally upon you, which was quite a surprise when it did.

Overall, there are much better and scarier movies out there, but for something to pass the time, you can't really go that wrong with it, just don't expect to be scared by it.
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Firstly, in what seems to be a increasingly common practice, the case and sleeve notes to the version of this release I saw bear little resemblance to the actual film within. Had the person who wrote the notes even bothered to watch the film? There is no 'lost' group of young people stumbling across an abandoned building out on the moors as the blurb would have you believe. The setting is a military school at the end of term, and the group of young adults in question are students taking part in a rather contrived final test after the other cadets have left. As for the artwork, it has nothing to do with this film, which all adds up to a con in my opinion.

The film has its good points: the production values are reasonable, the acting passable and the story is not entirely devoid of interest. The biggest problem though is this film isn't particularly gripping or remotely frightening. Maybe the director will go on to produce something more noteworthy in the fullness of time. In the end this offering is just another of the multitude of run-of-the-mill, low budget films making their way onto DVD and deceiving you into thinking they are something more than they are. There are many better films out there than this, and I would suggest spending your money on something else.
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By I. R. Kerr TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 1 Aug. 2015
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As the last part of their training a group of six military students (3 male, 3 female) are asked to patrol Doultham School the night it closes for the holidays.
Unknown to them 350 years ago that night 4 students died at the school which was being used as a sanctuary from the plague but the plague had found it's way into the school. Also unfortunately for the students two former army guys decide to choose that night to break into the school to raid the archives.
It's fairly slow moving at first with a few brief glimpses of a hooded figure and a few blink and you miss them spookies but it does pick up the pace later on as things take a turn for the worse for our youthful six. There is one decent enough twist near the end and the Plague Doctor is fairly effective but as a whole it didn't quite manage to keep my attention right to the end, there were too many obvious false jump scares along the way and the ending itself was a bit lame.
Still for a low budget film it was well acted and passed a reasonable enough 90 minutes or so.
The spookiest thing for me was that my Sony DVD player refused to play it no matter how many times I tried, despite the heads being cleaned, yet it plays fine on my PC.
The only extra is a trailer.
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Quite liked this movie and the ending answered that niggly question of why would it happen again after 350 years. All the events are also neatly explained by the end except of course for why the burglars were there. The only let down was the gullibility of the students for the burglar's obvious lie.
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