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3.2 out of 5 stars 49 customer reviews

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Detectives Burquez (Radha Mitchell, Silent Hill) and Reese (Stephen Moyer, True Blood) are desperately hunting for answers as to why five people were brutally murdered at an abandoned gas station in the middle of the desert. The only evidence they have is captured video footage found on the victims’ cameras and cell phones. As the mystery unfolds, it becomes chillingly clear that the killer is taunting the investigators, and the only way to end this bloody reign of terror is to decipher the deadly puzzle before he kills again.

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  • Actors: Stephen Moyer, Radha Mitchell, Caitlin Stasey, Torrey DeVitto
  • Directors: Olatunde Osunsanmi
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Blu-ray, Dolby, NTSC, Subtitled, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English
  • Region: Region A/1 (Read more about DVD/Blu-ray formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
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  • Studio: IMAGE ENTERTAINMENT
  • DVD Release Date: August 20, 2013
  • Run Time: 94 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (49 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00CX7EKM2
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #132,904 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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Yes, the "shaky cam" is now a well-ridden genre but, still there are films like this one that try to take things in a unique direction. While character development was a bit subpar, the action was enough to keep things moving along.
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I really do want to like every movie I get to review. There's nothing more annoying than putting a movie in, sitting down on the couch, settling in with no expectations, and sighing as the credits role in disappointment.

I consider myself easy to please when it comes to genre films. I don't expect any movie to venture too far outside of the lines these days. As much as I hate saying it, there really is nothing new under the sun. I just want the filmmakers to take what's been done before, shake it up a bit, and give it their own spin. Unfortunately, Image Entertainment's "Evidence" falls short of achieving the aforementioned goal.

Five people are murdered at an abandoned desert gas station. Two detectives are given the job of sifting through the only evidence left at the crime scene: video footage from the cell phones and cameras the victims shot. It soon becomes evident that the killer is playing with the two investigators. The two must now piece together what happened before the psychopath decides to strike again.

A friend of mine gave me some good advice one time. He told me that any drink or food that has more than one synonym in its description can't be good for you. I find this can apply to movies as well much of the time. "Evidence" is one of those films. It can be described using several different terms like horror, thriller, slasher, and found footage. If you can do it successfully, it really doesn't sound so weird to have these different elements mixed together.

The two biggest issues with "Evidence" is pacing and believability. Long stretches of nothing happen while people walk around with flashlights and cell phones, which gets old quickly. It sort of sabotages the element of surprise.
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**NO SPOILERS**
It's a bit of a challenge to write a review of Evidence without giving too much away, but I'll do my best to convey my thoughts on this film without ruining anything for you, should you choose to check it out.

First, this is a mix of found footage (actually, an integral part of the story), and standard photography. Second, it's as much a whodunit as it is a horror-thriller. Personally, during my first viewing, I have to be honest and admit I didn't know who was

I also thought the found footage camera work was really quite good. There is a portion of that includes "nightvision" which is actually black-and-white infrared-vision (white hot, black cold, or vice versa), something I've not come across often in handheld cam FF movies. And I really thought this was a pretty cool visual experience for a horror movie - definitely creepier than the usual nightvision (shades of green using ambient light).

Further, I thought the cast, overall, did turn in some pretty good performances (funnily enough, I found the ancillary female character, Katrina Fleishman, played by Dale Dickey, provided the best acting) and made for an overall decent experience as a result.

Now, most of the debate seems to be around the ending of the movie. Personally, I thought the final ending and plot twist was a bit silly and ultimately felt as though they'd taken it one twist too far. Other reviewers seem to agree, while others thought it made the whole movie really interesting. I did actually go back and watch this a second time, given the ending, as you're forced to view it all differently once youve finished watching it initially. Saying ay more than that would ruin the movie, so I'll leave it there.

Overall, I have to say it was interesting and I think it was worth the price of a rental, if ultimately capped off with a silly ending.
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The movie is a typical slasher/mystery but with the twist at the end. I will not name the "twist," so not to spoil the movie, but I can say that our society is fascinated with the "twist," as we collectively do not attribute certain behaviors to certain members of society (The popularity of television shows examining this "twist" is proof of that). In any case, be warned that this movie is chock full of senseless violence which becomes more senseless by the end. If you like figuring out the who in a mystery and don't mind gruesome killing, you will like this movie.
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While I generally don't like "found footage" movies, this one is better than most. In fact, I'd go so far as to term it one of the best. It has something of a plot and brings the story to a somewhat satisfactory conclusion, with a "shell" of a story placed around the footage. The contrast between the methodical work of the detectives' studying the footage from phones and cams found at a horrendous crime scene and the fractic action on the films themselves plays off dramatically against each other. Letting the police react so emotionally to some of the scenes that they actually walk out of the viewing room add a realistic touch. Since most of the killings are done not in actual view of the audience, it's not all that gory, either.

This is one film I found well-made and well-acted and the twist at the end is a good one.

This DVD was rented by the reviewer and no remuneration was involved in the writing of this review.
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