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Legend of Sorrow Creek NR CC

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2.2 out of 5 stars (45) IMDb 3.1/10

Kayla and Jesse loved spending their childhood summers at their grandfather's secluded cottage in the pristine mountains of rural New England.

Starring:
Christina Caron, Michelle Caron
Runtime:
1 hour, 14 minutes

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Product Details

Genres Drama, Thriller, Horror
Director Michael Penning
Starring Christina Caron, Michelle Caron
Supporting actors Jon Deitcher, William Penning, Clinton Lee Pontes, Freya Ravensbergen, Russell Sangster, Matt Turner, Stephen Walker
Studio Maxim Media International
MPAA rating NR (Not Rated)
Captions and subtitles English Details
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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I watched this trying to find a truly good, spooky horror movie. I was pretty disappointed here. For starters, it looks like it was filmed on someone's home video camera. A personal pet peeve. The acting was terrible. It does look like a student film, but not a good one. The general plot failed when the action started to happen and the kids didn't leave when they had ample opportunity and wrote in pathetic reasons for why they wouldn't. It wasn't just like your typical bad decision making from a teen scream movie, it was really bad writing. Bad sets, bad directing, awful special effects...

I'll give it this, it did have one or two scenes with some mild creepiness. Overall, I wouldn't waste my time, and its only a 1hr 15m movie.
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I like B horror movies. I even like C, D, E and F horror movies. This one was somewhere around Q. This was clearly made by some college kids... Or maybe even high-school kids... On a budget of around $49.95. I'm all for low budgets; "Evil Dead" and "Phantasm" are classics, and the recent "Yellowbrickroad" was one I really liked... But there are no IDEAS here, in the writing, the cinematography, the effects, or the acting. (Or, in the case of the two guys at the beginning and end who provide the framing story, the "acting.") I will give a qualified thumbs-up to the sound design... While the musical themes aren't much, the ambient sounds are appropriately creepy... Though they sometimes make it hard to hear the poorly-recorded dialogue.

So if the fella who made this reads this (which wouldn't surprise me), I'm sorry. I really give you credit for getting this finished and onto Amazon... But you really need to continue your film-making education and find out more about what makes movies WORK.
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I'm all for suspense-building and some good creepy things happening but there's just not enough of this here. I found the first half pretty boring - mostly two characters sitting around being scared after a couple of things happen. On the plus-side, the female lead's fear is mostly believable but her hysteria just goes on way too long. Things finally get going and the story becomes a little more interesting but the overall effect is only so-so. I'll watch it once more, in case it improves the second time around (as many movies do), but something tells me this DVD will end up in my next box of donations to the Salvation Army. Good thing I got it from a clearance bin...
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For some reason, there is a very cheesy, poorly acted prologue and epilogue around this spooky little low budget piece. With a feel like a well made student project, the main picture delivers several good scares in a nicely acted slightly gory well paced film. I picked this wanting some horror-flick background noise for an afternoon working at home, and found myself repeatedly distracted from my work and drawn into the movie. It's earned a second viewing, complete with the lights out and a bowl of popcorn.
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The legend of Sorrow Creek isn't really a legend, at least not one that's explained to us. The two girls in the movie apparently grew up playing at their grandfather's house in the summers. Yet they too had never heard the legend of Sorrow Creek. Which apparently according to some historian is told to all children in the area by their grandfather's to keep them out of the woods. Guess this grandpa dropped the ball on that one since the girls go happily trotting into the forest.

The filmmakers tried to set up a scary story about a haunted village, but failed miserably. They never gave it enough backstory to allow us to understand what was going on. And they never developed the characters enough to make me care what happens to them. It did have a few scares, but nothing very worthwhile. And the plot never really goes anywhere. I watched the entire movie and I'm still waiting to find out what the legend of Sorrow Creek is.
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An ancient haunting legend takes its toll on modern visitors to a rural wooded location. The actors spend too much time frozen in fear while a guy in overalls and a women with a big hole in her mouth reek havoc. The idea was OK but the execution is not so good.
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I cannot even begin to tell you how bad it is for I just couldn't get into the story line, yes that bad. I couldn't even get through this movie to the end. The worst part is I love b movies and this well tells you it must be in the d or f sorry I normally leave better reviews but like I said couldn't even get through it.
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Sorrow Creek has a number of legends attached to it that are explained in a very mundane fashion in the film. Kayla (Freya Ravensbergen) our token eye candy and her sister Jesse (Christina Caron) head off to a cabin near this area along with two male friends. Then weird things happen.

The film quality was poor. It looked like it was 1970's VHS. The bright daylight scenes were out of focus. Stephen Walker who played Daniel Fields can't act, and that is putting it nicely. The end scene with Kayla was filmed similar to a found footage scene with the camera laying on the ground. Why? Who knows. The film has a few decent horror scenes, but needed to tie the story together better to make them meaningful. The lack of a good story made good scenes boring.

Parental Guide: F-bomb. No sex or nudity.
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