13/13/13 (2013) (Dir. Bressack) 2013 R CC

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For millennia, calendars have added an extra day every four years. Now, we are in the 13th month of the 13th year of the new millennium...

Starring:
Trae Ireland, Erin Coker
Runtime:
1 hour, 27 minutes

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13/13/13 (2013) (Dir. Bressack)

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Genres Horror
Director James Cullen Bressack
Starring Trae Ireland, Erin Coker
Supporting actors Jody Barton, J. Scott, Bill Voorhees, Tiffany Martinez, Jared Cohn, Calico Cooper, Micah Fitzgerald, Ian Roberts, Darren Reul, Benjamin A. Norris, Greg Depetro, John Andrew Vaas, JD Fairman, Chuck Pappas, Jessica Cameron, Jackie Bressack, David Brite, Buz Wallick
Studio Warner Bros.
MPAA rating R (Restricted)
Captions and subtitles English Details
Rental rights 24 hour viewing period. Details
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)

Customer Reviews

I'm actually upset that my girlfriend forced me to watch this movie.
Dale E. Glander
The premise sounds interesting but they completely failed in its execution.
Niels Bohr
Bad very bad I thought it might be funny bad but it was dumb and boring.
Ron

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By THE MOVIE GUY on October 4, 2013
Format: Blu-ray
The fact that this centuries' trifecta doomsday dates ended at 12/12/12 did not deter the folks at Asylum. Never should the facts stand in the way of a horror film. For some reason "we" were never meant to have a leap year, but rather "we" were supposed to add a month every 120 years. Apparently the creation of artificial calendars has a profound effect on people. On this new calender date of 13/13/13 people suddenly go into a berserker mode for no real reason and people born on Feb 29 are unaffected most likely for the same reason, whatever that is...my guess is angering the calendar god of an extinct civilization.

Okay, it is easy to overlook plot point stupidity in a horror film, especially Asylum. This creates a zombie like atmosphere where a small group of people (in this case 2) must battle against raging hordes of humanity who also like to kill each other and themselves. Jack (Trae Ireland) our main character takes his divorced wife (Calico Cooper) to the hospital leaving his daughter Kendra (Tiffany Martinez) alone with his redneck buddies. When all hell breaks lose he wants to go back home to try to find his daughter who wasn't born on Feb 29...

That is the story. There are gallons of blood all over the place with the opening scene being a sad display of special make-up. There is an unreasonable amount of F-bomb dropping with an uncomfortable scene with 12 year old Kendra crudely asking a grown man if he wants to have relations with her making this unrated film unsuitable for most people.

This is not the direction Asylum needs to go.

Parental Guide: F-bombs. No sex or nudity. Sex talk.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Niels Bohr on December 8, 2013
Format: Blu-ray
I have a pretty high tolerance for stupidity but this movie is just downright pathetic. The acting just sucks and the whole storyline makes mediocre look good. The premise sounds interesting but they completely failed in its execution. None of the characters were believable, including the people who where "infected". How hard is it to have people go crazy? If you are so inclined to listen to the few lunatics that gave this 5 stars then I suggest you watch this on netflix so the only thing you waste is your time and not any money.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Chris A. Lowery on December 30, 2013
Format: DVD
Upon seeing this is released by The Asylum, you might be tempted to
flee in the opposite direction as fast as possible, but you would be
missing out on something they are not known for...an actual good film.
That's right, a good film...not a 'so bad, it's good' film like most of
them are, but a solid, well directed film that rises above it's
budgetary restraints. From the interesting premise, to the camera work
(with some great tracking shots), to the 'didn't see that coming'
moments, and finally, to the insanely dark humor...it all adds up to an
enjoyable time.

Of course, it's not without its problems. I mean, this is still an
Asylum picture we're talking about here, but this is quite the step up
from what we're used to seeing from them. It's definitely worth a
watch.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By David West on October 23, 2013
Format: DVD
So...Fat Boy Slim, Fat Boy Fat, Flavaless Flav et al return from trip to find everybody gone mad, indicated by incessant swearing and acts of violence. That's it.
This is as repulsive a film as I've ever seen: coarse and crude with nothing going for it. The script, such as it is, is taken up with constant F-Bombs and the scene in the car park leaves you with the impression that it was completely improvised but there's nothing to recommend it; the direction, such as THAT is, is aimless and the characters are completely transparent. While Fat Boy Slim and Fat Boy Fat discuss the Meaning of Life on the sofa, Flavaless hooks up with Tammy Tu-Tone and for an eternity, they try to carry this mess. The trouble is, they don't try at all. Flavaless barely mumbles past a monotone and Tammy screams now and again to liven things up.
But there's no life in this wretched effort, anywhere, ever. It's as full of holes as a sieve and lacks anything that might be construed as imagination. It looks and feels like a bunch of high schoolers keen to get in front of a camera for what they think is their shot at stardom. Or maybe just bragging rights down the pub. You'd have to be psychic to spot any talent in this bunch.
Awful doesn't begin to describe this atrocity but there is some good news. The film actually does end.
Avoid it, please. If you can't, it's $1.20 at in-store rentals but you'll regret it.
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4 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Island Girl7777 on September 30, 2013
Format: Amazon Instant Video
I'm so glad to have this opportunity to save all my fellow movie buffs in this genre from wasting even a moment considering this horrible experience. What a waste of time. Yes, I rented it and thinking (maybe hoping) by some miracle that it would start having some redeeming qualities - it didn't. The concept doesn't make sense, the acting is worse and the ending....there isn't one. You're left out there in the great abyss to figure it out on your own I guess. Let me wrap it up with a bright red bow so there's no confusion on what I think - I hated it.

If by some mistake you do rent it, like me, you'll see in the first 5 minutes what you're in for the rest of the time - stop the show & select another movie worthy of your time. It's so bad.
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