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  • Actors: Megan Ward, Billy Burke, Angela Moore, William MacDonald, Kate Robbins
  • Directors: Larry Shaw
  • Writers: Gregory Goodell
  • Producers: Erik Storey, Frank von Zerneck, Marianne Maddalena, Peter Sadowski, Randy Sutter
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Closed-captioned, Color, Full Screen, NTSC
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 2.0 Surround)
  • Subtitles: English, Spanish
  • Dubbed: French, Spanish
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: Lions Gate
  • DVD Release Date: October 22, 2002
  • Run Time: 90 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (10 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00006IUFY
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #416,339 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Don't Look Down" on IMDb

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A woman tries to get over her sisters death by joining an acrophobia group. The group starts to get killed one by one. Stars Aaron Smolinski, Angela Moore, Billy Burke, Megan Ward, Terry Kinney, William McDonald

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Wes Craven's name is prominently displayed on the promotional material for Don't Look Down, but the veteran horror filmmaker did little beyond executive-produce and lend his marquee value to this 1998 made-for-TV thriller. It's too bad, because Craven might've made something from this bland creepshow; in its current form, it's competently made but completely forgettable. Megan Ward stars as Carla, who is left with a crippling fear of heights after her sister falls to her death from a cliff. To combat her phobia, she joins a controversial support group, but soon after, members of the group begin dying in mysterious falls. Carla believes that she might be the next victim and suspects that the killer is her sister, returned from the grave to avenge her death. Decent performances and direction can't overcome a surfeit of red herrings and false scares, and Don't Look Down is best reserved for non-discerning suspense/supernatural fans. Artisan's full-screen DVD offers no extras. --Paul Gaita

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This film just doesn't blend in with other Wes Craven films. While it has a nice story line, minimal blut & guts, I do not think this is what true Wes Craven fans were thinking when they happened upon this. I saw the blood on the front cover & read the back and thought it would be a "normal" Wes Craven film, such as others with blood & gore, a decent plot, but all the horror I look for in a Wes Craven film. I was greatly let down & would like to let people know if you are looking for a horror filled flick, this is NOT the film for you. This has minimal gore, minimal violence and a high ability to bore you if you are seeking horror. However, if horror is not your thing and a good plot with some mild depressing losses (the loss of a sister) is what you are looking for, then here is your film!
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By Haylea B. on August 7, 2013
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I had looked for this movie at every movie store there is in my town and I couldn't find it. I bought it here for a great price, with low shipping, and it's it great condition. I always worry about buying my movies off the internet, but this was a great buy.
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Michael Bolts on May 31, 2005
Format: DVD
Megan Ward (PCU) and Billy Burke (Along Came A Spider) stars in this totally dry, empty horror...hey I shouldnt even say horror, because it's neither scary nor suspenseful, its just plain dull to the bone. While posing and taking pictures by a ledge, a girl falls over but Ward catches her and then the girl suddenly cant hold on any longer, so the girl slips falling to her cheesily constructed death scene. Soon after, Ward starts to suffer from fears of heights. Looks like one of those afterschool teen movies kinda with the sploppy camera work and acting as if rubbing two pieces of sand paper together by ones ears. Not much here really and the very disappointing thing is that Wesley Craven put his name on the title. Craven, tsk, tsk, oh well, I can forgive him...he however went on to present a much more better movie then this called Dracula 2000 a couple years later.
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2 of 4 people found the following review helpful By P. Romero on December 26, 2002
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This movie is where Wes Craven's name was abused to the fullest. I saw the box, said to myself "Wow, a Wes Craven production I never knew about.." and promptly rented it. To my horror, I saw a movie that not only had the cinematographic quality of a Porno movie, but the acting was comparable as well. The plot and characters were pretty much a blatant rip off of an episode of any daytime soap opera. Why would anyone do something that lame????
The soap opera cliche' plot is this: A girl, her sister, and her husband are taking pictures at a beautiful overlook and her sister falls off the cliff, and begs her sister to save her .... blah blah..... dies.... blah blah...... surviving sister becomes afraid of heights..... blah blah...... series of murders she thinks the ghost of her sister is behind....... blah.... sorry excuse for a plot twist..... blah blah blah....bad ending. There is no point on earth to EVER EVER EVER EVER see this horrible piece of cinematic excriment. I am thoroughly saddened that Craven even let his name be soiled by this movie, and I almost cannot like him subconsciously because I can't think of his name anymore without thinking of that movie. I WISH there was a way to remove the memory of DON'T LOOK DOWN from my head, and I urge you to avoid this movie at all costs or it will cause you to have uncontrollable narcicistic rage for the rest of your life.
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0 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Michael Butts HALL OF FAMEVINE VOICE on March 17, 2004
Format: DVD
Poor Wes Craven...since his main claim to fame is the Freddy Kruger series, you'd think he'd try and do more on his own, instead of adding his name to films to obviously attract his fans. Fans of Craven certainly won't enjoy this "suspense thrilelr", as there is hardly any gore, no demons in the night. However, if Craven had taken this on himself and had a higher budget, and a more fitting cast, DON'T LOOK DOWN could have really been an effective shocker.
As it stands, Billy Burke steals the show as Megan Ward's sympathetic husband, who is trying to help his wife through a devastating fear of heights, caused by the untimely death of her younger sister. Megan Ward is reminiscent of a high school thespian, using overblown theatrical gestures and speeches to play Burke's wife. However, for a made for t.v. thriller, it's entertaining and particularly chilling to those with a fear of heights.
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