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(Jan 01, 2015)
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A family reunion turns into a bloodbath in this home invasion horror thriller directed by Adam Wingard. After arriving at their idyllic country mansion, Paul and Aubrey Davison (Rob Moran and Barbara Crampton)'s family settle down for some rare quality time together. But just as they begin to relax and unwind, the family find themselves targeted by a group of deranged killers wearing animal masks. As the desperate victims face a frenzied battle for survival, a family member's girlfriend, Erin (Sharni Vinson), ably demonstrates that she's more than capable of holding her own.
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A low-budget film (as one would expect), this is targeted at a knowing audience familiar with the broad scope of horror genres.
Erin (Sharni Vinson) – the Australian girlfriend of one of the Davison's family - joins them for a get-together in their large, old and rather isolated mansion out in Nowheresville. A happy family they are not, but when they are interrupted by the abrupt intervention of some unwanted visitors, the fun begins...people scream and panic, show little sense of self-preservation and generally set themselves up as targets... well you know how this works – usually.
How original the film appears to the viewer will be dependent on familiarity with the genre; this has a few neat twists and - like most of these movies – a pitch-black, tongue-in-cheek humour underlying the whole proceedings.
I think this is a more accomplished effort than most, and Vinson is certainly the star of the movie.
An entertaining exercise in modern Grand Guignol, well-executed (sorry) and worth a watch if this is your kind of thing.
The mastering of the UK DVD release is a bit disappointing; the picture is grainy and soft on a large-screen TV, most noticeable in the (many) low-light scenes; there are English subtitles, but you may need to adjust your screen-ratio in order to view them. There is a short, interesting “making of” documentary and two Audio commentary options. 3 ½ stars, due to that picture quality issue.