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One year after a tragic accident, six girlfriends meet in a remote part of the Appalachians for their annual extreme outdoor adventure, in this case the exploration of a cave hidden deep in the woods. Far below the surface of the earth, disaster strikes, and there's no way out. But there is something else lurking under the earth. (Lionsgate)
- Commentary by director Neil Marshall and the crew
- Commentary by director Neil Marshall and the cast
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- "DescENDING" - An Interview with Director Neil Marshall
- Deleted and extended scenes
- Stills gallery
- Cast and crew biographies
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As B-rate horror goes, I enjoy this flick and have watched it a few times.
Note: I have mild claustrophobia, so a lot of what got to me about this movie may not apply for you.
From the start, the movie was kind of exciting and till the end, the movie seems ok to me. But comparing to the recent movies that I experienced such as <INSIDE><THE WOMAN> this movie was still a joke to me.
Anyway, the film started with a woman who's family had a car accident and all of her family instantly died from it.
After a year 6 of the girlfriends go on a extreme outdoor adventure which is I think is an annual thing.
They go to the deep inside a cave this time not knowing that there is strange beast like people who crawls ceiling, bites and eats human flesh.
All of them but just one who had her family all killed died at the end. The only woman survied by finding out the exit and survived.
The whole chase and hide thing was pretty intensive and blood shattering thing.
The shouting and barking of the beast like nature are pretty creepy. They look more like living dead.
First they were few, and then they were hundreds. And there were only 6 of the humans there who can fight.
Yes, the women were tough but they cannot fight enough to outpower hundreds of them. Besides, they are very powerful and brutal.
They use their teeth to bite and suck blood from human. They also can see in the dark I think.
It was pretty surprise knowing that is has a very good point at the imdb which was 7.2. As a horror film, More then 7 point means a great deal.
I think it has that high point because the movie knew how to make tension slowly and step by step way.
It was not all surprise thing with stupid sound effect.
This movie was not all original but knows how to make to audience feel the fear of narrow area, dark places and large number of unknown creature coming toward us.
It was a good movie to enjoy after all.
The injuries were a bit unbelievable. Surviving that long after being stabbed in the neck while still being able to talk and having someone with a protruding compound leg fracture not getting picked off earlier all seemed far-fetched in my opinion.
Other than that, good movie. No glaringly "dead weight" characters. Asian chick was a beast.