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Unfortunately, the stronger story elements are overshadowed by a lackluster production.
It might be one thing to hint at incest, as well as a child who has a completely over-the-top father whose sole intent and mission in life is to beat on his son.
Even without comparing it to the book there's so many things wrong with the movie it's just a huge let down.
a brilliant adaption of a brilliant book!! will definatly take you by surprisePublished 3 months ago by James Sutton
Chiller TV is a relatively new channel trying to make a name for itself--think very early SciFi (but not nearly as good). Read morePublished 19 months ago by DCarsonHagy
I chose this movie because Brian Keene is my favorite author.....and even thought the movie was a little different then the book it is still a wonderful movie and I look forward to... Read morePublished 22 months ago by Laurie Lehman
This was just awful.
This is not a horror movie, this is a movie about child abuse, and it's a pitiful attempt at that. Read more
It may look as just another TV movie, but the fact is that there is some Nietzsche philosophy hidden on it. The book was good. The books are always better. Read morePublished 23 months ago by Luis
This movie is alright and it's enjoyed to watch it but the book is better.So if you like movies that's not all that scary than this a movie for you and you're family. Lois BanksPublished 23 months ago by Lois P. Banks
As a stand alone movie, not comparing it to the book, it might have been okay if it weren't for the poor dialogue and horrible acting but when you throw the book into the equation... Read morePublished 23 months ago by helawrence
A small town's secrets have been kept buried beneath Golgotha Cemetery, but three young boys mistakingly unleash it when digging a nearby fort in the coming-of-age Horror film,... Read morePublished 24 months ago by Carl Manes