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Wicked Little Things 2007 NR CC

(91) IMDb 5.1/10
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A widow and her daughters move to a remote home near an abandoned and haunted mine.

Starring:
Lori Heuring, Scout Taylor-Compton
Runtime:
1 hour, 35 minutes

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Product Details

Genres Drama, Horror
Director J.S. Cardone
Starring Lori Heuring, Scout Taylor-Compton
Supporting actors Chloë Grace Moretz, Geoffrey Lewis, Ben Cross, Craig Vye, Chris Jamba, Julie Rogers, Martin McDougall, Michael McCoy, Velizar Binev, Helia Grekova, George Zlatarev, Atanas Srebrev, Vlado Mihailov, Alexander Ganchev, Ioan Karamfilov, Albena Ivanova, Alexander Alexandrov, Emil Antov
Studio Lionsgate
MPAA rating NR (Not Rated)
Captions and subtitles English Details
Rental rights 24 hour viewing period. Details
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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25 of 27 people found the following review helpful By Kevin Stanton VINE VOICE on May 21, 2007
Format: DVD
This may be one of the better recent horror movies I have seen. There were so many things I liked about it also!

First off... I've read the other reviews and do not agree with some of the comments. I will agree that the plot is a bit cookie cutter... the plot has been reiterated a number of times so I won't go into that.

But... the good things I liked are: The acting is not overdone... it's right on par. The special effects AREN'T the movie.. they enhance the movie. The plot is easy to follow, direct. All the characters fit into the story... no suprise characters. No special camera effects that took away from the movie.

Simply stated... this is a more traditional scare fest. But I happen to like those.
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20 of 26 people found the following review helpful By VDK on January 23, 2007
Format: DVD
i love this movie (not just as a zombie/horror/slasher/blood en guts/ e.t.c fan) but this is a good movie. decent plot...

:plot:

a family moves in to an old cabin in the mountains after a divorce. the little girl starts talking to somewhat a friend who is dead. then comes the story of a century old horde of zombie children who feed at night.

sorry but i'm not the right person to describe these types of things to people. but a good horror movie none the less, i don't know why people gave this movie a poor rating. but it is a good watch to look at ^_^

also recommended titles from the series:

PENNY DREADFUL, REINCARNATION, and GRAVEDANCERS
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8 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Tim Janson HALL OF FAMETOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on September 14, 2007
Format: DVD
Part of the After Dark Horrorfest, "Wicked Little Things" is a haunting tale of the rural Pennsylvania hill country that has always been rife with legends and tales of ghosts and hauntings. A brief prologue set in 1913 finds a group of very young children forced to work deep in a coal mine. When the owner of the mind demands that a new shaft be blown up, the children are left inside to be buried alive.

Now in the present day, recently widowed Karen Tunny moves to this rural area of Carrolton with her daughters, teenager Sarah, and young Emma. She inherited the house when she found the deed in her husband's personal belongings after his death. The house was owned by his family and has been empty for many years. The Tunnys move there sight unseen, perhaps a bit of a stretch, but there are strong hints that there were serious financial issues and that they had nowhere else to go.

Wicked Little Things is filled with a load of horror film trappings and clichés. There's the weird storeowner who warns them to stay inside after dark, and the crazy neighbor who warns them of the same thing. The plumber assuredly states he wants to be done fixing her pipes before the sun sets...and then does just the opposite and I suppose you can guess his fate. And of course the young daughter seems to have a bit of a rapport with the spirits who haunt the area. It turns out the ghosts of those children buried in the mines prey on whatever they find after dark. Actually ghosts might not be the best word as they feed on their victims, making them more zombies I suppose but not the George Romero type...
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful A Kid's Review on May 28, 2007
Format: DVD
I must admit I only watched this because Scout Taylor-Compton who stars in the new Halloween. But then I watched it and I really liked it. The children scared the heck out of me. Dont believe all these bad reviews. check it out for yourslef.
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"Wicked Little Things" was number 7 of the "8 Films 2 Die 4" that made up Horrorfest 2006 (darn, I did not get to use 1, 3, 5, or 9 in that sentence). Without the virtue of actually looking up any information about the films at the official website or any place else I had assumed that there would be a variety of horror films to see over the three days. Indeed, there were your traditional splatter flicks with homicidal killers, ghost stories both foreign and domestic, one with vampires, and one with a restless corpse (cadaver to be more specific). One of the things I was expecting what with the recent success of "28 Days Later," "Shawn of the Dead," and the "Dawn of the Dead" remake was a zombie movie. But when this film began and we saw this mother and her two daughters driving through the forest to a mining town in Pennsylvania I turned to the guys sitting near me and said, "Well, this must not be the zombie movie." Boy, was I wrong.

This is one of those films with a prologue set in the past that sets up the horrible things that are going to happen in the present. In 1913 when the local mine was using children to plant dynamite in small holes to open up new mine shafts there was an accident and children were killed. You do not need to be a fan of horror movies to know that this was a bad thing and that somebody is going to have to pay. Jump to today and Karen Tunny (Lori Heuring), who has recently lost her husband and apparently has no choice but to move with her daughters, teenager Sarah (Scout Taylor-Compton) and younger Emma (Chloe Moretz), to an abandoned house they have inherited in this dying mine town. The house looks rather strange, but that is because the movie was filmed in Bulgaria and not because the house is evil or anything.
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