The Horde


Action / Horror

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Sydney Sweeney Photo
Sydney Sweeney as Hailey Summers
Bill Moseley Photo
Bill Moseley as Jacob Sutter
Vernon Wells Photo
Vernon Wells as Earl
Matthew Willig Photo
Matthew Willig as Stone
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653.18 MB
English 2.0
24 fps
1 hr 28 min
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1.34 GB
English 2.0
24 fps
1 hr 28 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by kosmasp5 / 10

Tight Logan, Bad Mandylor

By that I mean that Logan has quite the ... pecs! Not sure how old he is, but that body of his ... respect to the man! And by bad Mandylor I'm obviously refering to the moral of his character as in evil. You may have heard of those two, you likely have heard of some other actors who only grace the screen for a small amount of time, like Don Wilson or Bill Moseley. Easy money I assume for them and something to recognize for the viewers who care.

The movie is not really good overall, very predictable, not the best fight choreography and all that. But it also is not the worst thing I've seen (and not just because I just finished watching cats ... that's a different story alltogether) ... not even close. Logan seems to have a signature kick move, it's been a while since I last saw a movie of his. Anyway, if you are into B-movie stuff, you might find something interesting for you. A beautiful location for example all things considered.

Reviewed by FlashCallahan5 / 10

Wrong Turn meets Commando......

.......And if that sounds like your cup of tea, it will come as no surprise that even though this film is entertaining, it has none of the scares of Wrong Turn, and barely any of the action of Commando.

John Crenshaw accompanies his girlfriend and her students on a weekend photography project deep into the woods.

What should be an educational and fun-filled weekend turns into the opposite as the group are besieged by a horde of hideously disfigured, mutated humans with an insatiable taste for blood.

As things go from bad to worse, Crenshaw becomes their only hope if they are going to get out alive........

If you are a fan of horror movies, particularly that of the 'Gorenography' sub-genre, you would instantly know that when it features Bill Moseley in the opening act as one of the nicest people in the whole film, you know that's not the last you will see of him.

And that's the fundamental element that is wrong with the film, it's not original enough to be anything other than passable horror fluff. Everything has been done before, from the opening scene featuring two victims, very Wrong Turn, to the stereotypical characterisation.

We have the incredibly ripped lead, who looks beyond uncomfortable in his own body, who you just know will lose his cool at least twice in the film.

Then we have the students.

We have your over lusted couple who sit in the back of the car kissing for the entire journey, you just know that they will go first and go quickly.

Then you have the token rich boy who is abhorrent and rude to everyone.....and you just know that his death scene will be the the most drawn out one of the film, and it will be the goriest part of the film.

The other two students are a little boring and have common sense, so obviously they may be safe come the end, and the teacher is the most cookie cutter of all the characters.

By the way, if you think that these are spoilers, you have never seen a stalk n' slash horror film before, because it follows the same formula that everyone of these films has done in the history of cinema, because film makers don't like change.

The family of killers are again your atypical selection of freaks and burly men with whom you may have seen in another film. And talking of Commando, Vernon Wells makes a special guest appearance as a face eating bad guy who has a wonderful scene with the spoilt rich boy.

But then for some reason, one of the family appears to be a tree, so any element of reality is just thrown out of the proverbial window.

Costas Mandylor pops up at the beginning and the third act as the big boss, because he was one of the main bad guys in Saw, and the makers must have thought 'I bet if we have him in a small role, there will be fans of Saw who will think that everything he's in will be horror gold'.

It's not a terrible film by any means, but you'll have that terrible sense of déjà Vu whilst getting through it.

One for gore hounds, and for people who like all of the plot explained in the final ten minutes.

Oh, and the great Don 'The Dragon' Wilson pops up in what must be the weirdest cameo that I have ever seen in my life.

In fact, it's worth watching just for his cameo.

Reviewed by Michael Ledo4 / 10

These woods have eyes: First Blood

Students go into the well manicured woods around Sapphire Lake where earlier we saw a "horde" of deformed men chase down a young female "breeder." John Crenshaw (Paul Logan) is an ex-SEAL who still pumps iron in front of a mirror. He goes along with the group and reacts as if this is a formula film, Rambo style. It was like Rambo vs Mutants. It was one of those jaw dropping moments where you watch in disbelief not knowing if they meant the film to be this campy or it just worked out that way. Riley (Matthew Willig) for instance was a Sheldon Cooper type as a rich know it all snob. Camp Value.

Guide: Brief rape (panties and bra still on) , brief side breast nudity.

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