IMDB Score: 5.1/10 (14,100+ users)
Director(s): Bradley Parker
Writer(s): Oren Peli, Carey Van Dyke & Shane Van Dyke
Six tourists hire an extreme tour guide who takes them to the abandoned city Pripyat, the former home to the workers of the Chernobyl nuclear reactor. During their exploration, they soon discover they are not alone.
There is nothing fun about the the following fact. In April of 1986 the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant released large quantities of contamination into the atmosphere making it 1 of only 2 level 7 accidents. The land won’t be safe to live in for about 20k years or so.
Stars of the movie: Jesse McCartheny,Jonathan Sadowskil and Olivia Dudley.
I’m trying rally hard to figure out why this is called a horror movie;I do see elements of horror but not enough to call this a horror flick. I think this one should be classified as a suspense thriller. Yeah,there’s more suspense than there is horror.
So what are some of the horror elements? An eerie quite just before something happens and then LOUD SOUNDS. Beyond that maybe some of the music but not much. There’s a little blood but I’ve seen more in an episode of Rookie Blue so that doesn’t really count.
Let me save a bunch of you 86 minutes of your life. This is not a monster movie,this is not a zombie movie,this is the humans are mutated due to radiation and seem to be super strong,super fast and super crazy type of movie. I think I would have found the movie more entertaining if we actually saw the humans for more than just a few seconds at a time,if that. We also don’t see any killings so that’s another reason why it’s not really a horror flick.
Best line/exchange in the movie:
Something about dick sucking a midget on horseback… OK that’s a lie. There is no best line in this flick. In fact most of the dialogue is forgettable.
I watched this movie just mere hours ago and I’m having a hard time finding anything to say about it. That should be an indicator.
I give this movie 3 time wasters out of 5.
Follow me on:
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BuckOnStuffRecommend0 recommendationsPublished in