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  • Actors: Terrence Mann, Christina Brucato, Tate Ellington, Brian J. Smith
  • Directors: Elizabeth Lucas
  • Format: Multiple Formats, AC-3, Closed-captioned, Color, Dolby, NTSC, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: R (Restricted)
  • Studio: Phase 4 Films
  • DVD Release Date: February 16, 2010
  • Run Time: 86 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 2.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (11 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00308B18Y
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #353,191 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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College freshman Jenny Traylor joins her dorm's Welcome Week scavenger hunt. But as she and her friends decipher the cryptic text message clues on their cell phones, it becomes terrifyingly clear that the stakes in this game are life and death. Hip, romantic, and darkly clever, RED HOOK is a chilling thrill ride through the landmarks and local haunts of New York City.

Customer Reviews

There he is sucked through a gate into a hellish landscape.
Michael J. Tresca
The writers attempt to misdirect the audience halfway through the movie to lead up to a twist ending, but they try a little too hard, making the conclusion obvious.
Compay
After a quick prelude where young Jenny watches her older sister get butchered by a serial killer dressed as a cop, who is then shot down by real police officers.
Binky Chottorrhœhia

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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By nik84 on September 6, 2010
Format: DVD
By no means is this on my list of favorite horror movies, but it wasn't bad. It is fairly predictable but I didn't feel like it was a waste of time. The film quality is okay, the acting has some hits and misses, and there are a couple of good kills. The DVD cover is more menacing than the actual movie, but if you keep your expectations low, you might like this one.
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spoilers as usual
This is a decent slasher. The slasher's natural habitat is the woods during a camping trip. Nobody around to witness as our attractive protagonists get their throats slit one by one. This one sets itself apart by placing itself right in the middle of one of the most densely populated places in the western world, New York City. After a quick prelude where young Jenny watches her older sister get butchered by a serial killer dressed as a cop, who is then shot down by real police officers. Cut to years later. Jenny (Christina Brucato) is in a taxi cab on her way to freshman year at University of New York City. The movie takes place during the week before classes start. We get a pretty amusing look at Jenny's social life: her over-the-top drama major roommate, Angela (pronounced AnGELa, played by Hollis Scarborough), annoying-as-hell RA Tim (Bryan Fenkart) , aspiring journalism student Paula (Karla Mosely), sexually assertive lesbian Deena (Frankie Shaw), and a host of others. And then there's hunky, sensitive boy Gavin (Tate Ellington). The climax of the week is Tim's scavenger hunt, which sends our cast all around Manhattan in search of various hidden items and experiences. And, yes, during the scavenger hunt, our young protagonists start getting knifed one at a time by a masked killer in a grey hoodie.
A lot of gorehounds will be annoyed that it takes so very long for the killing to start. I tend to enjoy the character study elements of slasher films, but even for me it was just a little too long a wait. Less forgivable is the level of acting. Brucato is good, as are Scarborough and Shaw, but the rest are just not ready for prime time. Worst is top billed Terrence Mann as Lt Fox, the policeman who killed the serial killer at the start of the film.
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Red Hook has all the elements to be a good/great addition to the slasher genre, however there is one vital factor missing, and some fundamental acting/directing errors.
The film is about some young people going on a sort of treasure hunt. This covers another tale about some past horror.
(I don't want to spoil). Most of the actors are just a bit better than wooden, some are even good. The gore, when it's there, is okay too. Even the stalking is good. But there is no sexy bits at all! Nothing. And some scenes are just stupid.
You can't have a slasher with fit guys and girls and not even show a shorts or a bikini!!! There is a scene where a couple get down to business in the woods but it's; She touches his tee shirt, they kiss, Bang! all over, when you see them next they are acting as if they have literally just finished, but they are both almost fully clothed. So obviously fake it reminds you its all fake. This sort of thing ruins the believability that makes a good horror. In another stupid scene a girl is knifed in the torso, but she acts like she was just patted on the back. Just carries on chatting and doing physical things. She has just been stabbed!!! Good film and a wasted opportunity.
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Format: DVD
Nothing original about this movie,the writing is formulaic. Production values are solid and the acting is decent.The DVD cover is misleading which has "Unrated" etched into a woman's forehead, leading one to believe it is an ultra violent movie that is too hardcore to be rated R. Make no mistake, this is defineately an R rated type movie. The kill scenes are generic and lack intensity. If you are a hardcore gore hound, into gratuitous nudity, and/or brutal violence, this is not the movie for you! If you like your movies like Scream, Urban Legend, etc. then this may be your type of movie.
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There's really no other way to sum it up, Red Hook is easily one of the least interesting horror movies I've seen in years. It's a scavenger hunt gone wrong, with a predictable ending. The writers attempt to misdirect the audience halfway through the movie to lead up to a twist ending, but they try a little too hard, making the conclusion obvious.

The film's production quality is poor, and the directing is below average. The cast does a decent job, as most were relatively experienced television actors. I have no idea why the word "unrated" was thrown on the cover, as the kill scenes will only make the average horror fan yawn. The only reason I gave the film two stars instead of one was because I enjoyed the movie's score.

I thought it was painfully boring, and not paying for to watch online.
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7 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Compay on February 25, 2010
Format: DVD
There's really no other way to sum it up, Red Hook is easily one of the least interesting horror movies I've seen in years. It's a scavenger hunt gone wrong, with a predictable ending. The writers attempt to misdirect the audience halfway through the movie to lead up to a twist ending, but they try a little too hard, making the conclusion obvious.

The film's production quality is poor, and the directing is below average. The cast does a decent job, as most were relatively experienced television actors. I have no idea why the word "unrated" was thrown on the cover, as the kill scenes will only make the average horror fan yawn. The only reason I gave the film two stars instead of one was because I enjoyed the movie's score.

I write this review with the understanding that anyone who worked on the movie will probably rate my review as "unhelpful", but I'm just being honest. I thought it was painfully boring, and I'd suggest that you at least rent it before buying the DVD.
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