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It's ten years after the kidnapping of Martin Bristol. Taken from a backyard swing at his home at the age of six, he is forced to witness the unspeakable crimes of a deranged madman. For years, Martin's whereabouts have remained a mystery... until now. When a bank robbery goes wrong, desperate felons Julian (Brandon Johnson), Marylin (Heather Magee), and Kurt (Richard Glover), scatter to meet up later at an abandoned house in the middle of nowhere. Grabbing hostages Samantha (Samantha Dark) and her young daughter Courtney (Courtney Bertolone) along the way, the group has no idea that the house they've chosen for their seclusion is about to become a hunting ground - with them as the prey...
Since Malevolence is a sequel to Bereavement, I felt somehow obligated to complete the experience. Malevolence is worse than its predecessor and goes nowhere. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Sasha
A very good and decent movie.
It is a nice buy and interesting story.
Will recommend to people to buy.
I love horror movies but this is not one I would even recommend to some one to spend the time to watch..Published on February 18, 2013 by Judy A. Munger
More than anything, this film feels like a companion to the superior prequel, 'Bereavement'. A good first attempt from a promising director! Read morePublished on September 6, 2012 by Dustin J. Isenberg
Malevolence is a horror movie with an old-school feel. It's about a group of bank robbers that end up in a situation with a serial killer after a slightly messed up heist. Read morePublished on June 30, 2012 by Jonathan
This was a big disappointment. Three uninteresting characters rob a bank, take two boring hostages, and end up being pursued by the lamest killer in the history of horror movies. Read morePublished on November 3, 2011 by micheal zeeland
Malevolence is a horror movie that tells the tale of a deranged lunatic that tortures and kills women. Read morePublished on October 30, 2011 by Akima Rolle