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Barricade [Blu-ray]

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After the death of his wife, a father takes his two small children to a secluded cabin in the mountains to escape and seek solace.  However, when a freak winter storm cuts off all communications to the outside world, horrific events begin to occur.

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  • Region: Region A/1 (Read more about DVD/Blu-ray formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: World Wrestling Entertainment
  • Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (34 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B008E70EHK
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #170,212 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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16 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Rick on September 30, 2012
Format: DVD
This movie sounds good from the description and starts out as a snow bound horror movie. But then it goes in the direction of insanity and then ends abruptly. Who knows what was real or not. I really can't recommend the movie at all due to the auduence's inability to figure out the secrets. I was hoping for a big reveal at the end but suddenly the credits started rolling.
SPOILERS BELOW..................
I thought the big reveal was going to be that the father murdered his entire family and went to the cabin alone. Then we find out that the wife was killed in a fall that the husband was present for. He felt so guilty that it drove him insane and killed his kids also. From the stupid ending this is probably not what happened. I would love to know what the real secrets in the movie are. There are probably clues along the way but I am not watching this movie multiple times.
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9 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Jim C. on October 12, 2012
Format: DVD
First of all, doesn't anyone know how to make a horror movie any more? I've been disappointed by many lately and this one has to be one of the worst. This movie was so bad on so many levels that it is difficult to know how to write a review without it being as long as the movie, so I'll just break my comments down into a few major pros and cons.
Pros:
1) The premise is interesting and has potential.

2) The description sounds like it will be really creepy.

Cons: (where do I begin?)
1) When a movie like this begins with what seems like an eternity of high, sweeping shots of a car driving forever through a snowy wilderness while a melancholy soundtrack plays in the background, you immediately start to get an idea of how slow and boring the whole thing is going to be. At some point I found myself saying "OK already! I get it, they are in the middle of nowhere".

2) The whole movie takes place in almost complete darkness. There are scenes where the family goes into the spooky basement and you can't see a darned thing, but if you look you'll notice that there are a dozen or so bare light bulbs burning on the ceiling all around the basement. During these scenes there are ultimately unexplained parts where the camera moves eerily toward a dark corner while ominous music plays and we never get to see what the heck they were trying to draw our attention to. Based on the movie's resolution there couldn't have been anything in that corner to begin with.

3) The characters do things that no real people would ever do in a million years.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By THE MOVIE GUY on September 29, 2012
Format: DVD
The movie opens with a scene between Eric McCormack and his "one blue dress" wife (Jody Thompson) then quickly jumps to one year later. Eric is taking his two kids Cynthia (Conner Dwelly) and Jake (Ryan Grantham) to an isolated cabin in the woods, the childhood getaway home of his now deceased wife, a cabin in the wintry woods where every horror film dwells. We are revealed details of her demise as a flashback, something they could have done better.

I honestly didn't know where this was going, i.e. slasher, ghost etc. The events build slow and the next thing you know things are going on and you have no ideal what is real and what is not although the film does give clues. It turns out to be a decent mystery/horror film. I thought the title was clever as "Barricade" has a duo meaning as Eric has "barricaded" himself emotionally from his his children.

When I first saw the WWE previews I did a double take as I thought I had purchased a film about a cage match.

Parental Guide: No F-bombs, sex, or nudity. "S" word. Might work for a sleepover. Rated PG-13, but more of a PG-11.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Tim on April 18, 2014
Format: DVD
For once a filmmaker wraped up the loose ends at the end of the movie and I said...Wow!!! A family gets stuck in the snow at a winter retreat..then things go downhill. 1st the caretaker of the cabin has given them all a bad cold,flu,or whatever.Then they start seeing figures out in the snow,followed by sounds in the house.Then they get completely snowed in (even covering their car)so they are trapped.When the caretaker comes to visit you figure..Yay,their gonna get rescued...wrong...he gets snatched into space by a unseen force.Who are the figures??? What snatched the caretaker into space?? What or who is in the house??? Everything is explained at the end(for once)of this riveting,not boring thriller.It kept my interest and was well done with good acting.
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Format: DVD
Well I liked it! I appreciated that it kept you guessing....every time you think you have it figured out, you don't...
I didn't feel the need for any explanations -by the end it made perfect sense.
I did like the little mysterious twist at the end 😉
I would recommend it if you like horror and suspense just know that it's not typical. I thought Eric McCormack did a fantastic job as did the children in their roles.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Coopfucius on July 27, 2014
Format: DVD
Massive Spoiler alert!!!
The husband has issues. The wife falls and hits her head while slipping after picking up glass from breaking something. The husband out of some deep seeded agnst stabs her in the chest but blocks this out. Later him and the kids go to the cabin. Everything after that has nothing to do with a fever. The caretaker is sick but not all crazy hallucinating. Basically the dad is self medicating with booze and perscription drugs due to suppressed guilt over his wife. He loses time...if you notice when he's in the red sweater he's mostly coherent but when in the blue he's not. The timeline is not a straight line. In the blue sweater he ransacks the medicine cabinet but asks his kids about who made the mess in the red sweater. Etc so pay attention to the surrounding and when things go missing. So sometime after they get there he kills the kids but obviously his mind can't process it so he hallucinates seeing them and talking to them all intermixed with him seeing himself walking his kids out in the snow. At some point the caretaker comes to check on them and the dad blames him for his kids death and locks him in the attic. The end is the worst part as far as knowing what really happens. Either no one ever comes and they all die there or the dad just hallucinates his kids being fine either way he's still in the blue sweater so he's probably stil all wacked out.
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