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Hidden (2011)

Sean Clement , Jordan Hayes , Antoine Thomas  |  Unrated |  DVD
2.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (12 customer reviews)

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  • Actors: Sean Clement, Jordan Hayes, Devon Bostick
  • Directors: Antoine Thomas
  • Format: AC-3, Color, Dolby, NTSC, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.77:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: Entertainment One
  • DVD Release Date: April 10, 2012
  • Run Time: 81 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 2.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (12 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0074JODJY
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #168,274 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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After the death of his mother, Brian Karter (Sean Clement) learns that he has inherited 'the Sanctuary', home to her experimental addiction treatment center. During a tour of the decrepit facility, Brian and his friends unncover a terrible secret. Hidden in the bowels of the abandoned building there exists a revolutionary machine - capable of curing any addiction, but only at a terrifying price...the manifestation of mutant offspring, hungry for mutant flesh.

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars JUST A MOTHER FEEDING HER CHILDREN, April 29, 2012
Format:DVD
I was thinking just the other day...what this world needs more than anything else is another movie with the title of "Hidden." And then lo and behold I saw this one! Although to be honest, the original title was "Hidden 3D" which for some strange reason the producers dropped the "3D" which I thought was odd considering the high quality of "Valentine's Day 3D."

There isn't much of a mystery as the beginning explains everything. Susan Carter (Dawn Ford) runs a mental institution called "Divine Sanctuary of Hope." She has created a machine called "Ventris" because Tetras was already taken. It cures mental addiction. It injects a venom into the brain from an insect that looks like a BA CG lightning bug. The addiction then manifests itself as an infant growing inside the person like a tumor, but as Arnold would say, "It's not a tumor." No womb required.

When Susan dies, her heavy drinking son Brian (Sean Clement) inherits the place in spite of the fact he disliked his own mother. He takes a crew out to the old abandoned place including crusty Chester (Allan Kolman) who is the person movies cast when Donald Sutherland won't accept the role. Considering the low quality of roles Sutherland has taken here of late, this should be a sign as to the quality of this film.

We already know there is a creature running around killing people (it shows us) and if you've ever watched a horror movie before, you know the rest of the overly predictable plot.

Brian's friend Simon (Jason Blicker) has big resort plans for this snowy isolated establishment. Brian wants to demolish the building. The mutants are MST comical and I was laughing at scenes that were supposed to scare you. On the MST scale: 3 stars. Great movie to show kids who want to catch fireflies.

No f-bombs that I recall, no sex, no nudity. Drinking, minor drug use
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1.0 out of 5 stars Sub-par Horror With Inane Premise April 1, 2012
Format:DVD
"Hidden" starts with an interesting premise. After the death of his mother, Brian Karter (Sean Clement) learns that he has inherited "The Sanctuary," home to her experimental addiction treatment center. During a tour of the decrepit facility, Brian and his friends uncover a terrible secret. Hidden in the bowels of the abandoned building there exists a revolutionary machine capable of curing any addiction, but only at a terrifying price -- the manifestation of mutant offspring, hungry for flesh.

Even though "Hidden" is a low-budget horror flick, it breaks new ground for dopiness. It overexplains what should be left unstated. When there's too much explanation of how and why things are happening, the danger is sounding dumb. That's what happens here. Cliches abound, from the remote setting, cheap shocks, characters who insist on venturing off into danger, and assorted inevitable deaths.

Essentially a "Shutter Island" wannabe, "Hidden" is a pedestiran effort. There are no bonus extras on this DVD release.
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3.0 out of 5 stars 3d review. November 10, 2012
Format:Blu-ray
I have a orei all region blu ray player which also does 3d blu ray. And this blu ray is a region b (europeon) 3d blu ray. So without that type of player you can only watch the dvd version. This was shot in 3d and the 3d makes a HUGE difference in this movie. Many scenes are set up for 3d and in 2d the effect is lost. The movie was a joint canadian/italian low budget movie. with a mix of both canadian and italian actors who are all speaking english. The 3d here is much better than movie that was NOT shot in it and put out in 3d. Here it's outstanding! After all this was shot with 3d cameras, and there's only a few sceens with ghosting in it. Most of the 3d is just stunning. Storywise the movie is a story about living addictions and people lost in a old monastary. Which is ok, and not a one star movie. The acting was decent here and not as bad as many sci fi movies actually. The killings in this movie are actually quite bloodless and there's no gore. Which made this a pg rated movie that is safe for kids. It's just a little horror movie that you would see by the dozen throughout the years. The effects were actually very good mostly for this type of budget , if you saw them in 3d you would enjoy this much more and the effects stand out. Ok, compared to a A movie , most b movies like this are two star affairs. but on a low budget HORROR movie scale this is a decent little flick with GREAT 3d. (only for all region blu ray players though, which you can buy right here on amazon.com. ) There are no extras on this really either.
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Let's start with a compliment, sort of. The low-budget endeavor "Hidden" has got to have one of the most patently ridiculous premises that I've ever seen. It is so wacky, it is almost irresistible. If you give it any serious thought (and I won't spoil it), it makes your head start to explode. How convoluted is it? The screenplay relies on the most insane method of trying to make sense of it for the audience. At two points in the movie, a computer turns itself on to have a filmed segment explain exactly what we need to know. Huh? Pretty convenient, if not incredibly sloppy and lazy. And it still doesn't make sense! The movie is filled with junk science, venomous insects, mad experiments, and dangerous addictions. It is simultaneously about all of these things and none of these things. If the movie had embraced its lunacy, it might have made for a fun guilty pleasure (still incomprehensible, but fun). As is, though, the movie plays it straight and we're left with a drab and expected narrative.

Sean Clement plays the son of a revolutionary, but controversial, addiction treatment doctor. When his mother dies, he is left an old monastery (of course) where she used to do her work. Naturally, he and seven other people venture off to this remote estate to check it out. Even though it has modern renovations, it isn't accessible by road? Even though the building is immense and unoccupied, all the research was done in tunnels underneath the main building? What a waste of space! None of the characters gets much development, it's not really necessary. As anticipated, they start to get separated in increasingly preposterous ways (I particularly enjoyed the couple who ran off right away to have dank basement sex).
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
3.0 out of 5 stars NOTHING TO WRITE HOME ABOUT.
IT WASN'T BAD, BUT IT WASN'T GREAT. PREDICTABLE AND A BIT BORING. THE COVER WAS MISLEADING. I WOULD WATCH IT AGAIN THOUGH.
Published 4 months ago by Steenee Michelle
2.0 out of 5 stars ...and should have stayed that way.
Hidden (Antoine Thomas, 2011)

That Hidden (also released as Hidden 3D) is partly a Canadian production is no surprise at all, given that it is, thematically, a direct... Read more
Published 4 months ago by Robert Beveridge
2.0 out of 5 stars Hidden 3D
Brian Carter has plenty of reasons for his mommy issues. Growing up as the son of a well-known rehabilitation specialist who then begins to experiments on addicts, while you sit... Read more
Published 6 months ago by Amazon Customer
1.0 out of 5 stars The bad acting will grind on your nerves
The only thing "good" about the movie is when the characters get killed so you don't have to hear their whining voices anymore which grated my nerves to no end. Read more
Published 13 months ago by Lizard
2.0 out of 5 stars Stupid and boring
I knew I was in trouble when I saw "Directed by M.R." in the opening credits - it's never a good thing when your director only identifies himself with two initials, especially when... Read more
Published 16 months ago by Daniel Jolley
4.0 out of 5 stars ....
it was okay... nothing special about it. it is a b rated horror movie so you really get what you pay for and ita about as good as you expect.
Published 23 months ago by Amazon Customer
1.0 out of 5 stars The Hidden - a review
This movie is terrible, reason - special effects and Scifi Channel acting. The special effects where dismal. Read more
Published 24 months ago by Brian Brocksmith
2.0 out of 5 stars A movie in a new type of sub-genre that is already getting repetitive....
"Some may see blasphemy where I see nothing short of a miracle." After the death of his mother and controversial scientist, Brian (Clement) is left to take care of the hospital... Read more
Published on March 15, 2012 by Tony Heck
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