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There are terrible things happening in the desert...unexplainable, frightening things. Tragic, inexplicable incidents...ever since she arrived.

The Coltrane family's life has been devastated by an untimely death. Widowed Helen Coltrane (Melora Walters Big Love), along with her teenage son (Jackson Rathbone Twilight) and daughter, are given shelter by her reclusive and quirky gun-loving brother-in-law. As they grapple with the reality of their shattered, altered life and twist of fate, coincidence steps in with a seemingly lovely foster child (Sofia Vassilieva - TV's Medium) who appears touting a story that Helen s husband had pledged to take her in. And as they do, a macabre story of deception unfolds...

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A Tense, Sinister, Gothic thriller that slowly brings you to the edge of your seat and doesn't let up till the credits begin to roll. If you enjoy a good psychological thriller that leaves you gasping for breath, waiting to see what happens next then I highly recommend not missing out on Hurt. --VideoViews.org

Hurt is a brilliant study in modern psychological terror. An unsettling, creepy, and downright inspired modern horror movie --Pretty-Scary.net

A well-crafted thriller, fraught with simmering tension --Stephen Susco, screenwriter of The Grudge

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  • Actors: Jackson Rathbone, Melora Walters, William Mapother, Johanna E. Braddy, Ava Gaudet
  • Directors: Barbara Stepansky
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Closed-captioned, Color, NTSC, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: R (Restricted)
  • Studio: Monterey Home Video
  • DVD Release Date: November 10, 2009
  • Run Time: 97 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (53 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B002KT5T3W
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #73,568 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Hurt" on IMDb

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14 of 16 people found the following review helpful By R. Schultz VINE VOICE on January 7, 2010
Format: DVD
This suspense drama immediately puts itself a cut above the average by being set in an auto junkyard. While most psychological thrillers set their struggling young families either in impossibly luxurious, spacious homes - or else in old isolated farmhouses that the family moves to in order to "get a new start" - "Hurt" takes a different tack. Here a newly widowed mother and her children go back and join her brother-in-law in his ramshackle auto salvage business out on the desert.

This makes for a complex, realistic setting with lots of sharp edges and shadows. There is also a pack of wolves prowling the property, adding an extra fillip of menace.

It becomes clear that not all the gears in this reconstructed family are meshing quite right. The brother-in-law broodingly takes refuge in restoring a Ford Fairlane in one of the sheds on the property. The young son takes refuge in welding old car parts together into works of modern art. The mother adds to this already unwieldy assemblage when she abides by her dead husband's wishes and brings home a young foster child, well-played by Sofia Vassilieva (who is known for her role as a daughter in the TV series "Medium"). While an undertow of tension swells in the family at large, Vassilieva blithely jumps rope across the dusty yard, a picture of eerie innocence.

Anyone who likes searching through junkyards for parts - anyone who's into old car restoration - anyone who likes family dramas set in atmospheres of moodiness that devolve into murder - will probably find this movie worthwhile.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Z Hayes HALL OF FAMETOP 50 REVIEWER on February 27, 2010
Format: DVD
"Hurt" reminds me of the Lifetime Movie Network's movies with its predictable plot twists, less than credible acting, and melodramatic scenes. It stars Melora Walters (Wanda in Big Love) as a widow who finds herself facing financial difficulties after the untimely death of her husband. With two teenagers to support, she is forced to rely on the charity of her brother-in-law, a reclusive character who reluctantly takes the family in. Despite living on someone else's charity, the widow decides to abide by her dead husband's wishes to take in a foster child, an orphan (Sofia Vassilieva of Medium)who seems harmless enough, yet also harbors a dark secret. The widow's teenage daughter who is finding it hard to deal with their diminished circumstances, takes an instant dislike to the young orphan, and when things start to rapidly deteriorate, she begins to suspect all is not well with the youngster.

There are some aspects in this movie that don't make much sense - the widow is annoying in her helplessness. Yes, she has type 1 diabetes, but that doesn't mean she can't be productive - there appears to be no real sense of purpose in her life, wallowing in self-pity, and her efforts to find a job appear half-hearted at most. The same goes for the two teenage kids - they keep whining about not having money and having to put up with their creepy uncle, but neither of them (it being summer) attempt to find a job. The only creepy factor in this movie is the character of the orphan who after a while, appears to harbor a dark agenda of her own (in a twist which I actually figured out quite early on). "Hurt" is a been-there done that sort of psychological thriller (not horror) and worth a rental at best.
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9 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Midwest Book Review on October 16, 2009
Format: DVD
Hurt is a terror-inducing movie about a newly widowed single mother Helen Coltrane (played by Melora Walters of "Big Love"), her teenage son (Jackson Rathbone of "Twilight") and daughter, seeking aid from her hermit-like, gun-toting brother-in-law. As they struggle to come to grips with the drastic changes in their life, they cross paths with a foster child who claims that Helen's late husband pledged to take her in. They do so... with dire consequences as one by one lies, illusions, and darkness unravel. A gripping and eerie saga to the very end, especially recommended for fans of tense psychological thrillers. 97 minutes, rated R.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By THE MOVIE GUY on September 3, 2010
Format: DVD
This is a very good generic type of thriller. It is not as good as "Shutter Island" or even "The Uninvited", but is still worth a look if you are into thrillers. A man dies in an automobile accident. His wife, son and daughter go and live with dad's brother, in a desert "auto recycling facility" known as a junk yard. This is just temporary until the settlement check comes through... Mom is diabetic and has issues with her husband's death. The brother-in-law is a bit creepy and is in love with his dead brother's wife. The kids are somewhat normal, whatever that is for teenagers. Before he died, dad made arrangements to take in a child from an abused home. Mom, after meeting the child, agrees to continue with the foster care. The teenage girl has an instant dislike for the new girl, Sara, and Sara has an instant liking for the brother. There is the expected twist to the story, in fact it is hard to call it a twist, and there is also an unexpected twist, for which there were clues laid out.

The acting was good, plot and dialogue were also sound. No nudity, no real sex, and the F-bomb gets dropped a few times, most likely done to ensure an "R" rating as the swearing seemed a bit out of place.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By KimberlyP on March 1, 2014
Format: DVD
This movie came in a DVD compilation of other horror movies for $5. So, for the money, I don't feel ripped off. However, for a very predictable plot, it really is a waste of time. Most of the actors are really good at their craft. Especially the little girl who is quite believable.

Without giving away any spoilers, it is never explained why the little girl knows the 'secret' when none of the adults even had a clue. Take out the f-bombs and this movie could easily be on the Hallmark Channel. Not terribly scary. Definitely not horror and, only a bit creepy.
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