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  • Actors: Lauren German, Michael Biehn, Milo Ventimiglia, Rosanna Arquette, Courtney B. Vance
  • Directors: Xavier Gens
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Blu-ray, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English, Spanish
  • Dubbed: Spanish, French
  • Region: Region A/1 (Read more about DVD/Blu-ray formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 2.35:1
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: ANCHOR BAY
  • DVD Release Date: April 17, 2012
  • Run Time: 122 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (175 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B007549YM4
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #64,667 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

Special Features

• Trailer
• Audio Commentary with Director Xavier Gens and Actors Michael Biehn, Michael Eklund and Milo Ventimiglia

Editorial Reviews

Prepare yourself for the unrated movie experience that critics are calling one of the most graphic and extreme end-of-the-world shockers of our time: As nuclear warheads rain down on Manhattan, nine strangers -- Lauren German (Hostel: Part II), Michael Biehn (Aliens, Tombstone), Milo Ventimiglia (''Heroes''), Courtney B. Vance (''Law & Order: Criminal Intent''), Ivan Gonzalez, Michael Eklund (Hunt To Kill), Ashton Holmes (''Revenge'') and Rosanna Arquette (Pulp Fiction) -- barricade themselves in their apartment building's bunker-like basement controlled by the unhinged superintendent. But within days, supplies dwindle, tempers flare and the trapped survivors find themselves overcome by treachery, madness, sexual torment and savage violence. What follows is intense. It is raw. And it is all brutally, horrifyingly real. This is THE DIVIDE.

Customer Reviews

What is strange about "The Divide" is that no one in the film (and the filmmakers) seems to care the details of the situation.
Tsuyoshi
In the end, as the characters try to break free from what ultimately becomes a prison, the question becomes, Was surviving the nuclear blast a salvation?
Laura Probst
If you are one of those people who have to know why something happened or try and make sense of the madness, you may not like this movie.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews

Format: Blu-ray
I didn't have any set expectations going into Xavier Gens' provocative survival drama "The Divide." Love it or hate it, one thing is certain: this is a movie that seems destined to polarize (or divide) its audience. Its supporters will call it a modern masterpiece. Guaranteed. Its strongest detractors will call it a nihilistic mess. Absolutely. Maybe its both--a modern messy nihilistic masterpiece. For the most part, the film was savaged by the mainstream media. On the other hand, the movie seemed to connect with audiences at key film festivals including Edinburgh, SXSW, Fant-Asia, and Toronto After Dark. So I crossed my fingers and hoped for the best. Make no mistake, the goal of Gens is to provoke and push buttons with his uncompromisingly unpleasant look at people pushed to extremes. And any film that can elicit strong emotions--good or bad--is a rarity in this movie world where we make homogenized formula pieces designed by committee.

"The Divide" literally starts with the end of the world as we know it. As a nuclear attack ravages the city, a small band of survivors makes it to safety in their apartment building basement. This disparate group seem well supplied for the moment thanks to the brusque building super (Michael Biehn) who instantly takes on the alpha male position. Amidst the usual squabbles, pettiness, and annoyances--their plan to wait out the radiation takes a radical turn when the outside world invades in a dangerously uncomfortable way. As time passes, the group faces increasingly unpleasant choices and this little microcosm of society starts to break down in harrowing and disturbing ways. Although the film is marketed as a horror film, in no way do I see it in this context.
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33 of 37 people found the following review helpful By Reina Ursa on April 27, 2012
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I'll start by saying I purchased this film because I respect Milo Ventimiglia's previous work and figured I'd give it a chance. I'm not usually one for post-apocalyptic films as I often find them too depressing to watch so I wasn't expecting to really care for it but this film really blew me away.

This movie is dark. Dark, intense and very powerful. It's full of things we all fear but most of all it encompasses the depravity of human beings when put in a situation such as what befalls the characters in this film. The cover of the movie itself should be enough to tell you that this isn't going to be a happy film. Blood, violence and even a considerable amount of rape are all in this film and it's all done so very intensely! This film shows you the horrifying and frightening things people will do to each other in order to survive, when crammed into the basement of an apartment building. This movie didn't hold back. The characters didn't hold back.

Milo Ventimiglia's character of "Josh" was absolutely brilliant as was Lauren German who played "Eva". Ventimiglia's performance went above and beyond. The transformation that Josh goes through is just unbelievable and so very dark, that it left me really speechless. I have to say, this is probably Milo's best work yet.

The Divide is raw and has a very gritty feel to it, which I really liked. The director did a fantastic job, in my opinion. It's certainly not for everyone but for those who can appreciate a dark and intense film like this, should really give it a shot. I thought it was absolutely brilliant and I'm glad I purchased it. It gets five stars from me.
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11 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on April 14, 2012
Format: Blu-ray
If you are looking for a good end of the world sci-fi / horror film to watch, saw the trailer to "The Divide" and plan to watch it over the weekend, just beware. The Divide is not intended for mainstream audiences. Many people looking for a typical end-of-the-world thriller will likely walk away wondering where the entertainment value was and why would somebody make a movie like this.

I love a good bloody horror movie- but be warned: "The Divide" is HARDCORE. It is an unsanitized look at the downward spiral into madness and human depravity. The violence is hardcore. This is an incredibly unflinching, ugly and utterly disturbing movie. If your stomach isn't strong enough to handle prolonged scenes of rape, torture and on-going acts of gut-wrenching human depravity, then STAY FAR AWAY FROM THIS MOVIE! Just remember, you cannot "unsee" something.

All warnings aside, "The Divide" isn't a bad movie at all. In fact, the movie is utterly convincing at setting its tone and mood very early on.

The basic premise is simple: a handful of people running to escape nuclear holocaust end up in an old basement of their apartment building. At first they don't dare open the door to go outside in fear of radiation poisoning. The small group of individuals immediately don't mix very well and it doesn't take long before they are fighting over their food supply, who is going to be the leader, etc. However, something happens and the group gets permanently locked in the basement with no hope of escape. This is when things start to spiral out of control.

The movie's point of view (POV) is that of the survivors: We know what they know- period. We are trapped in the basement with them.
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