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Last Kind Words

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17-year-old Eli (Spencer Daniels, Star Trek) has just moved with his family deep into the backwoods of Kentucky to work on the isolated farm of the town recluse, Waylon (Brad Dourif, Halloween I & II). Inexplicably drawn into the strange forest that lies beyond the farm, Eli encounters Amanda (Alexia Fast, Jack Reacher), a beautiful, mysterious girl who captivates him, body and soul. But when Eli discovers decaying bodies hanging from the trees, he realizes that both the forest and Amanda are harboring some very dark secrets. Suddenly, Eli is living in a waking nightmare where the lines between life and death are scrawled in blood, betrayal and terror from beyond the grave.

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  • Actors: Brad Dourif, Alexia Fast, Spencer Daniels, Sarah Steele, Marianne Hagan
  • Directors: Kevin Barker
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Color, Dolby, NTSC, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated:
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  • Studio: IMAGE ENTERTAINMENT
  • DVD Release Date: May 21, 2013
  • Run Time: 89 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 2.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (31 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00BJB2GDI
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #132,447 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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By S. Boone on June 2, 2013
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
"Last Kind Words" is sort of an old-fashioned ghost story, set in a poor rural area of Kentucky. It's rather refreshing as it's mostly just normal, regular people, not the usual pretty-boy & pretty-girl cast with big SUV's, and not a single cell phone (with no reception) to be found. A teenage boy moves with his parents to live in a trailer & do work for the father's childhood friend after the father loses his factory job. Young Eli discovers a young girl named Amanda on the property, and she is as mysterious as she is beautiful. Now, the father's childhood friend, Waylon, certainly knows who Amanda is and warns Eli to keep away, but things are not good with Eli & his dad, so naturally Eli is drawn to find something else to do with his time than hang around his folks. And of course, Amanda is not what she seems but neither is Waylon.

There are a few plot holes but nothing too serious, and the locations are appropriately eerie without too much effort. This is not a fast-paced film so it would not be appreciated by the slice & dice crowd, but anyone that enjoys a decent ghost story will appreciate it. Worth seeing. 4 out of 5 stars.
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**I received a screener copy of this movie for review; I am not being compensated for this review.
I have to be honest: I had never heard of LAST KIND WORDS before I found it in my mailbox. But sometimes, that is the best way to watch a film...if you go into it with no prior knowledge, then you won't take any preconceived notions with you. That's exactly what I did with this film; I didn't even read the cover or the press release before I watched it. And I'm glad, too...this is an excellent film, and it was a nice surprise!

This film is striking on several levels. It is visually appealing, the acting is superb, and the story itself is riveting and original. You really can't ask for much more in a movie.

LAST KIND WORDS is shot very well, and I have to tip my hat to the cinematographer. There are many haunting shots in this film, and they add greatly to the suspense and the drama. I would even go so far as to say it is some of the best cinematography I've seen this year.

The film has a simplistic feel to it, which is as it should be for a rural Kentucky setting. But it also has a bleak and vivid sense to it as well; Eli's family life is less than desirable thanks to his father, and this enlivens the drama amidst the tension of the plot.

The story of LAST KIND WORDS is the true winner in the film for me, however. It is a unique ghost story of sorts, and it's final images will linger in your mind for a while after the credits roll. I particularly like how we, as the audience, realize things are not as they seem...but in a different manner than expected. This is very good storytelling.

If I were forced to find a negative with this film, I don't think I could. It looks great, it's made well, and it entertains. This is truly a fun and chilling film. It hits shelves next week, so make a note to give it a look.
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It's not great, but was engaging enough to keep me curious to know how it ends, especially since I actually paid for the rental. Unfortunately, I was not thrilled with the plot , so the ending didn't thrill me either.There are no real scares and it is hardly a horror/thriller, just a laid back ghost story. A few plot holes, it definitely lacked attention to detail in a particular scene and that just left me dumbfounded ( I would elaborate, but then this would become a spoiler ). A bit dull overall, so if you are looking for psychological stimulation keep looking. Should be a free movie on NF or Prime sometime soon so you might consider watching it then.
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I really did enjoy this movie. It is not a fast paced 28 days later kind of shows that will have you jumping every minute, but it is an all around thoughtful and well put together movie. Well worth the time to watch it.
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17-year-old Eli has moved with his parenets from the city to the backwoods of Kentucky to work on the depleted farm of his father’s boyhood friend, Waylon (Brad Douriff). Eli’s father Bud is angry and abusive both to him and his mother. After one of his verbal and physical assaults, Eli runs into the woods where he meets a pretty and mysterious local girl Amanda. The two are immediately attracted to each other and form a bond. However when Eli finds an old fenced in area of the woods, Amanda warns him not to enter.

When Eli mentions meeting Amanda to Waylon, the normally affable man becomes enraged, telling Eli to stay away from her. It is soon revealed that everyone from Waylon, to Amanda, to Eli’s parents are harboring old secrets that have been buried for years. When Eli disobeys Amanda by climbing the ancient fence, he finds the body of a young girl, hung by her neck in a tree. It is now Amanda who becomes infuriated, threatening to harm Eli

Last Kind Words is a slow-moving, low energy supernatural thriller that never engages the viewer. The plot is predictable and doesn’t try to hide it. On top of that it’s just plain silly and loaded with padding that makes it seem even longer than 87 minutes. A sub-plot with Eli’s old girlfriend sneaking out from the city to visit him is a prime example of an added plot threat that serves no purpose other than to up the running time.

The acting is also substandard by everyone involved including the veteran Douriff. I know he has specialized in these off-kilter roles for decades but just when you thought he might have a chance to play a more normal role, he makes the predicted turn to bat-crap crazy. Spencer Daniels who plays Eli, is an experienced young actor with a cherub-like face but he doesn’t have the mettle to carry the bulk of the film as he is being asked to do.
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