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13 Eerie

3.3 out of 5 stars 39 customer reviews

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Six forensic undergrads, vying for a trainee position with the FBI, embark on a scientific expedition to a remote island that was once used as illegal biological testing grounds for life-term prisoners. Now, the mutilated cadavers of these convicts have come back to life and are savagely hunting them down one by one.
Bonus Features: Making-of Featurettes, Photo Gallery, Audio Commentary with Director and Producer

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  • Actors: Katharine Isabelle, Michael Shanks, Brendan Fahr, Nick Moran, Jesse Moss
  • Directors: Lowell Dean
  • Format: Multiple Formats, AC-3, Color, Dolby, NTSC, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
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  • Studio: Entertainment One
  • DVD Release Date: April 2, 2013
  • Run Time: 87 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (39 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00B999FBG
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #44,189 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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As far as Zombie movies go 13's scenario has been played out again and again and again. Same sandwich just different bread. The only reason I gave this movie 3 stars was due to it's believable makeup and special effects. They were very well thought out and real looking. The one thing you rarely find in B movies usually due to lower budgets. Rent on a night when you can't decide what you want to see and are getting sick of scrolling.
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The Canadian horror movie "13 Eerie" is a bit of a throw back to old school horror films. It strands an attractive cast in a desolate location with a preposterous premise and then starts to pick them off one at a time. There are some good effects, some cheesy make-up, and plenty of escalating gore. In some ways, I want to reward the movie for being exactly what it wants to be. It doesn't have lofty goals or ambitions. It just wants to provide some scares and entertainment. On the other hand, there is no pretext of a story and barely any characterizations. A contrived set-up leads to a situation that you've seen a hundred times before, and oftentimes better. I wanted something to really make this stand out from the overcrowded pack! What "13 Eerie" has is a cast of fairly recognizable (and even likable) faces. This better than average cast includes Katherine Isabelle, Michael Shanks, Brendan Fehr, Brendan Fletcher, Jesse Moss and Nick Moran. All have scored in other film and TV projects, so I'm not sure why the screenplay spent so little time actually creating people you might want to know and/or care about. And in the end, the characters became relatively interchangeable and I wasn't invested in the body count or who might or might not survive.

The movie has a grisly (although incredibly silly) premise. Six undergrads in a forensics program are taking a field test to qualify for a position with the FBI. Their instructor, an appropriately brusque Shanks, sets up three test sites with actual carnage. Nice. Of course, due to health concerns, this disgusting exam has to be set up in an abandoned prison where rumors of horrible genetic experiments have set tongues wagging. Naturally. Let's just say that something is still around and it's hungry.
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I may have missed it, but the movie doesn't explain itself very well. It is based on the Zombie mythos and the effects it would have on a body farm. For those of you who don't know what a body farm is (and this is where the movie doesn't tell you much), it is a place where corpses are placed in different situations and monitored for decomposition rates in heat, cold, insects, and other situations. The data is used in forensic pathology when the CSI people discover a corpse and try to establish when the person was killed as well as various other information. These gruesome places actually exist and there is a book called the Body Farm, which was established in 1980 by Dr. William Bass, that you can read if you want to know more (its a well written and horrific book).
The idea of these poor victims reanimating and causing havoc is a good one and much could be made use of in a original zombie movie, especially if they could somehow retain memories of their murder. This movie, however, is not it. This movie hovers in the mediocre "watch for fun but don't count on anything new" category.
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A decent zombie flick, but it didn't live up to its potential. 13 Eerie boasts some truly great actors who aren't nearly as famous as they deserve to be and an intriguing story idea (even if they pretty obviously ripped off Mindhunters). Unfortunately, the actors are under-utilized (probably because the characters spend the bulk of the movie separated and so you only spend a couple of minutes with each character at a time) and the writers/director (whoever) missed out on a great opportunity to make the movie stand out from the standard zombie fare. This is a zombie movie about forensic scientists... at least give us a LITTLE bit of bulls*** science on why there are zombies! Use science to fight the zombies! There is one scene where a character uses some chemicals to fight zombies, but that's it. Otherwise it might as well have been a group of college-age kids and a couple of adults setting up a summer camp or something--not a group of highly educated soon-to-be forensics specialists (and a professor who's supposed to be 'the best' at forensics). So, while this movie is decent, I can't help but feel disappointed by all the missed opportunities.
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I only heard of this movie because several members of the cast are people that I like. Katharine Isabelle (Ginger Snaps), Michael Shanks (Stargate) Brendan Fehr (Roswell). Being a huge zombie fan didn't hurt either. Low budget zombie flick with really good creature effects. A group of people stranded in a very out of the way place and the dead get up and chase them around. It's actually better than that. Good fun on a budget.
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This movie reminds me of a cross between cabin fever, evil dead, and CSI or something. If you're into blood and guts then it's got you covered. If you like evil ghoulish creatures, you're in luck. And if you like CSI then it's not really that interesting, but you get the point. The plot is sort of lost a little but the practical effects make up for it. It's pretty gross at times too so that's a plus. The gore is similar to the new remake of The Evil Dead so it's pretty good. I like how realistic the zombies/ghouls were, well except for one specific one that looked a little too much like he worked out all the time. Other than a dry plot and Arnold Swaurtzeghoulishzombie, I liked it. Definitely a rent at least.
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