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Year:
2017
Country:
USA
Genre:
Thriller, Horror
IMDB rating:
4.7
Director:
Kevin Greutert
Chelsea Ricketts as Samantha
Ben Sullivan as Justin Powell
Alex Kingi as Mateo
Jason Scott Jenkins as Lead Cultist
Carol Abney as Mariana
Nick Roux as Campbell Powell
Deborah Kara Unger as Kathy Powell
Johnathon Schaech as Andrew Powell
Stephen Dorff as Jimmy Levine
Storyline: Set in the 1980s, an estranged family hires a cult deprogrammer to take back their teenage son from a murderous cult, but find themselves under siege when the cultists surround their cabin, demanding the boy back.
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Reviews
Unwatchable
I tuned into this movie well aware that it was a derivative, done-to-death "people under siege in a remote cabin" story, so my expectations were certainly not high at all, but jeez... There was not an original moment in the whole movie, the characters behaved as irrationally as a group of lobotomy patients and nothing about the plot makes even a wit of sense...You have been warned...
2017-09-01
Not bad
Clichés? Sure. Logic? Little. Still, for a horror, the production value is up there and so is the talent. No one gave an embarrassing performance and it has a nice touch of 'disturbing'. Deborah Kara Unger is beautiful and talented and made quite the impact in both The Game and Crash. I hope she can see beyond what Hollywood may think it needs from her and stop with the procedures. They hide much of her talent here in a way I was unable to ignore.
2017-09-02
I watched it for this?
I'm really sorry about Jackals but man what a letdown it turned out to be. I was hoping for something more like You're Next or The Void, but far from it. Typical The Strangers kind of movie, when you hope to see something good, some action, some natural decisions, instead, bore fest.

Can't believe it ended just like that, a conclusion that made the run time of the movie completely useless, with nothing to show whatsoever. Really little to offer and even less to make you feel about it, you get no sympathy for the characters, no desire to see what happens next, who's next, you're just in for the ride cause you pressed Play.

All in all, Jackals is definitely a No. Pass!

Cheers!
2017-09-03
Not terrible, but not at all memorable either
Just another knockoff of The Strangers. In fact, this director worked on that movie, so I guess that's where he got the idea. The bad guys here have slightly more motive than in The Strangers, they're attacking this house to get one of their members back, but beyond that we know absolutely nothing about them or their motives, only that they're another group of mysterious masked people who like to arbitrarily torture and murder anyone in their way.

It's not a terrible movie, but it doesn't really do anything new or interesting either. It's watchable, but completely unmemorable. Don't expect any form of satisfaction from the ending either.

One more thing. Why did they bother to make this set in the early 80's? It seemed to have no bearing at all on the plot or characters and if it wasn't for the old style TV and picture of Ronald Reagan on a mantle that they show for a few seconds in the beginning, you'd never know this was supposed to be happening in the 80's. There's no 80's feel to anything in the movie. Somehow I suspect that they did this for the sole purpose of creating an excuse for no one to have a phone...
2017-09-02
Pointless drivel. Spectacularly bad
It's difficult to make movies this terrible. This is one where you wonder how on earth this was made and does someone have pictures of Steven Dorff doing something very embarrassing? In short, the audience isn't told much about what is really going on because that would ruin any sense of understanding what is going on and why. There is a cult that wears masks when they want to feel scary and they are using knives to slice up people in an awkward "we're in a movie" sort of way. After an opening of senseless violence, you are taken to the cabin in the woods where you learn that a father has grabbed his son and his friend who apparently are now a part of a cult. Dorff plays the deprogrammer.

The acting is terrible. Dorff can't save the film and it's clear that they couldn't pay for him to be on screen very long. But not only is the acting terrible but the dialogue is laughably stilted and awkward. The longer it goes on the more you wonder why on earth you're watching because every character acts about as dumb as you'd expect in a bad B-horror movie.

And as was asked by the forgettable girl, why didn't this gang just break the windows and bull rush the cabin and kill all of them. Wouldn't be too difficult. But if they did, you would have all this scary imagery going on to prolong the movie for an interminable hour to create something that resembles The Void. "We must have all our cult people stand motionless in the dark with masks on to create a semblance of something scary that could only be explained by a movie director choreographing this charade." Even the scared family is trying to figure out what on earth the father is trying to do since even stupid people wouldn't act the way he is.

I actually haven't provided any spoilers. I'll just say that the movie deliberately doesn't provide you what you should know because it needs something to get you to watch until the end. Why? Who cares? This is not just bad. It's spectacularly bad.
2017-09-03
Mediocre
Yes, the movie was unoriginal. Yes, the ending fell flat. Yes, the hype around it was ruined. Yes, there was irrational decision making.

No, it wasn't the worst movie on earth. Even though some people may not agree, this movie did have some up sides to it.

Some of the actors preformed their parts well, and on top of that, there were some well put together scenes. There are some unsettling scenes that help to set the mood too.

At the end of the day, you're better off watching either You're Next (much more action), or The Strangers (much more suspense and chill factor).
2017-09-04
This gotta be some money laundry scheme... what else?
I just saw this movie and I'm so upset about it that I had to create account just so I can write review. It is simple: "Do not watch". I can't remember that I ever saw movie so pointless, without any common sense. Characters are so lame that it makes you cheer for almost equally lame enemies. Movie tries to give you some kind of disturbing atmosphere, but only it does is that it annoys you. I don't blame actors, not even scenarist or director. I just blame producers. Whoever said "Let's film it" is either doing some kind of money laundry scheme or is just... well...I'll stop here, I don't have words polite enough.
2017-09-04
Family rescue son from PSYCHO CULT, Family were doomed from outset!!
Starts off with some plausible story telling then goes down ill rather quickly.

The family hire a marine to rescue their boy from murderous cult. We are lead to believe from the marines tattoos that he may have has some prior affiliation with the cult, however he must have been a marine in teletubby LA LA LAND.. because the MARINE seems to have forgot all his basic combat training!

Dad and marine take CULT FOLLOWER to the cabin in the woods for de programming with the help of his family. With no plans for the future at all.

I'm no trained marine but even I know if you rescue a person from a cult they will try to get that person back.

Whilst Marine is rescuing the boy from the cult I'd have been back home making sure the cabin was fortified and there were weapons hidden around the outside ready to help later.

Also say let a family member know if you have not called an outside member of family by says 17:00hrs they automatically call police and tell them cult has invaded...

FILM LOST THE PLOT, how did they give the director money to make this......so may plot holes it GAPING GILL..

Rule one if you rescue some one from a cult don't take the said person to a cabin he new as a child.. you take him/her to some where neutral the person and family don't know that way the cult have no way of knowing from prior memories from the disciple where he would be going etc.

So why didn't the GI JOE have the cabin in the woods protected or have perimeter booby trapped for when the cult turned up. Not to mention wouldn't a GI JOE have other merc's/marines to watch his "SIX" to help him!

Then we have a family that have no form of common sense.. they kill cult intruders one by one and go out of their minds not knowing what to do and all they do is chat about giving the brother/son back to the cult.

Now if it was me they have three dead cult members/people in the house, work the maths out - they could have taken some clothes off the cult who were dead put their masks and walked out the front and back dressed as members of the cult.

Now I can guarantee that would not have only confused the CULT but would have got more people dead than the father going out to try and rescue his wife or son and resulting in father being stabbed to death.

other thing is they could have dressed one of the cult dead up in the lads clothing who they rescued. Then slashed the dead cults persons face slung him out side and burnt him in front of the cabin.

The cult for a few minutes would have thought the family had gone nuts and terminated the lad because the cult was hell bent on murder. That small window of opportunity might have been enough to have got to the FATHER of THE CULT/CULT LEADER and tried killing him before he worked his way through the family.

End out come with a murderous cult will always be all people DEAD no matter what so what do you do.. button down the hatches and wait for intrusion and kill the cluster one by one, or take things under control and work a plan that's just as gross and murderous as the cult would have done..

Like I said all a little lack lustre.... it loses depth and any thought of semblance as soon as they get to the cabin with a GI JOE Marine that has no back up plan when we all know Marines always have a back up.

I gave it 3 out of 10 and that was because I enjoyed the sound track which was the best part of the film.

I hope the director filled the lottery ticket in - he hoodwinked some one out of a lot of money to do this... lol
2017-09-08
Jack all...
Admittedly my expectations were low from the outset. Therefore, I was initially (the operative word here, alas) pleasantly surprised as the film capably and intriguingly set up its premise. Wayward son rescued from creepy mask-wearing death cult and taken to isolated family cabin in the woods for deprogramming by tough-talking ex-marine, divorced mum and dad, resentful older brother and girlfriend and baby daughter.

Carpenters "Assault On Precinct 13" springs to mind as the cultists lay siege to the homestead and the motley troupe prepare to fight back with limited resources. I mean, if you want a classy blueprint, they don't come much classier than the classics (Rio Bravo, Night of The Living Dead, Assault on Precinct 13, Straw Dogs, etc).

The set-up is a good one, the characters are portrayed by mediocre but to some extent competent actors, the script is a bit tawdry and clichéd, but what the hell, in the short term it looked primed to entertain. Until about twenty minutes in. Then it fell apart. It soon became transparently obvious where it was headed by signposting the foregone conclusion that our intrepid good guys were not going to win or put up much of a convincing fight. Why? Because there was no point, they were going to lose.

The ex-marine was mind-bendingly dumb and useless, walking straight into an obvious trap that stopped his clock, making him the first to fall. What a delight he must have been in a war-zone. The brainwashed son is portrayed as almost completely beyond redemption from the outset, a fact confirmed when he bites his brainless mother in the cranium, coming away with a snarling mouthful of wig. Everyone bickers and argues about what to do next, what course of action to take. This process burns up most of the running time and provides with only a sense that here is a bunch of delusional idiots who are doomed. The result is the nullification of any suspense or any feeling there may be a smart twist to the proceedings at some point.

Pop quiz. You're inside and a gang of homicidal cultists are outside wanting to get inside and slaughter you. Do you:

A. Run around outside in the dark woodland, blunder about looking for help that isn't there, try (and fail) to take them on single handed with a knife on a broom handle, wander up to them unarmed and snivelling just to make it easy for them, or B. All stay inside, batten down the hatches, arm your group as best as possible and get ready to kill the living bejeezus out of anyone who tries to get in

The hapless bunch make something of a half-hearted stab at plan B, but soon reach the conclusion that plan A is the way to go. And as the audience can see the train-track trajectory after the first twenty minutes – especially if they have the most meagre familiarity with the modern horror flick - what could have been a taut and chilling little repel-the-borders home invasion thriller disintegrates hopelessly into a by-the-numbers plod to an inevitable "evil triumphs" conclusion.

Some might argue that because I didn't get to see what I would have liked to see in the film I therefore didn't like the film. To some extent that is true. But it wasn't that the good guys lost as much as how they lost. They lost because the poorly conceived script made the characters dumb, mindless and irrational. If they'd gone down swinging and thinking, or thinking and swinging, then at least the outcome might have landed with some impact. As it is, what we got in the end, was jack all. Wasted potential is always a shame. This is no exception.
2017-09-06
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