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The Dyatlov Pass Incident [DVD]

3.7 out of 5 stars 90 customer reviews

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  • Directors: Renny Harlin
  • Format: PAL
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: Unknown
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: 15
  • Studio: Platform Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: 26 Aug. 2013
  • Run Time: 96 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (90 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00CYMMSH0
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 28,637 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)
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Directed by Renny Harlin (Die Hard 2, Cliffhanger) and based the shocking true story of the Dyatlov Pass deaths, this horror will chill your bones. A group of American students set out to film a documentary following the fateful path of the nine skiers, whose bodies were found in 1959, deep in the Russian mountains. Trying to solve one the most bizarre mysteries of the 20th century, the group aren t prepared for what they find, or what finds them... A truly disturbing story with a twist that will blow your mind.

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Fascinating story - a modern myth ...an interesting take on a swathe of clues that is unlikely to ever be truly laid to rest ! ...Characters that aren't annoying & a "found film " format that actually works , tale direction that tries to pin some clues to reality , some to......where you never expect ! A nice little nugget of a film by Lenny Harlin - boy what catalogue of film he's done - many are in my " Faves" bluray collection .As will this .
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I missed this on The Horror Channel and bought it (being a fan of this genre) and was pleasantly surprised. Don't be put of by the slow start it's done for characters development and create a feeling of foreboding when history begins to repeat itself. Granted some people will either love or hate it, but it you want a few jump scares and a twist - get it, turn the lights down low, open a bottle of wine and enjoy!
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disturbing but very good
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I've seen this film on Netflix years ago and I absolutely love it so I bought a DVD then found out it doesn't have subtitles unfortunately so I'm gutted and had to give the DVD to someone else. Would've rated full stars if DVD got subtitles ! Every DVD do have subtitles nowadays. Wonder why this one doesn't ?
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This is a fantastic film. It is by a mile the best horror film I have seen a long time. The fact that is based off events that actually happened makes it a lot more scary and believable. A lot of horror films suffer from terrible acting and under developed characters, while you never get to care for them that much or learn that much about them the cast are likeable and the acting is fine. I like how they went into Russia looking to solve a mystery instead of looking for financial gain or personal glory.

A lot of films like this are predictable but DPI kept me guessing until the end and sent a chill down my spine. It is very gripping and there is never a dull moment. The only points that I would make is that the ending could have been executed slightly better and I found it a bit unrealistic how many fluent English speakers there are in rural Russia but DPI is a very good film. Even if your skeptical or horror or found footage movies this is worth a watch.
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I love anything supernatural and this DVD is a depiction of an incident that actually happened. It was very intriguing. It's something like the Blair Witch Project and may be a bit boring at the beginning but it has to be watched to the end to get the answer as to what happened to the group of young scientists. Many theories have been put forward as to what may have happened - an attack by a yeti or by the local wild inhabitants or even a mass murderer - but the ending to this film is amazing and original and may just be true! Great film.
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Creepy yet exciting film that starts off in a gripping way as the tale unfolds and you are on the edge of your seat waiting for the start of the scary stuff. As the film progresses though it gets far fetched (yet still has a chilling edge). As 'found footage' films go it beats the Blair Witch example and has the edge that it is based on a true event which makes it all the more creepy. The films own conclusion as to what happened is less satisfying but is possibly one of many (less believable) theories of this still unexplained event. Spine tingling!
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I was very agreeably surprised by this little known 2013 UK-Russian "found-footage" horror movie. Five stars may be a little bit too generous a rating, but, for reasons described further, I simply had not other option. Below, more of my impressions, with some limited SPOILERS.

1. The true 1959 tragedy

This film is a kind of investigation/continuation of a very real tragedy. In the night of 2 February 1959, in Soviet Union, nine young people (seven men and two women) died when hiking in Ural mountains. The tragedy occurred on a pass near mountain Kholat Syakl. The mountain is situated in the autonomous Khanty-Mansia region of Russia, where live Khanty and Mansi nations (two of the many national minorities of Russia). The name Kholat Syakl means in Mansi language "Death Mountain", as this is a place renowned since always for very difficult conditions in winter (very low temperature, very strong winds, powerful snow storms, very frequent avalanches). Because of the name of leader of the expedition, Igor Dyatlov, the pass was ever since known as Dyatlov Pass.

The bodies were found at some distance of abandoned camp in which tents were badly damaged. Investigators determined that some of the hikers died from hypothermia but three had also critical injuries. Some of them were also partially undressed and two were found near the rests of a campfire. All of this was not unusual and in fact pointed towards an avalanche as main cause of disaster - but for some reasons, this tragedy gave birth to dozens of legends in which new "facts" were added to such a point that today it is virtually impossible to see clear in all the information fog.
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