2011 Bereavement

FILM -- Bereavement

Sunday, October 30, 2011Zena Horror

This movie was released August 30th, 2011 and directed by Stevan Mena. The movie first starts off in 1989 with a six year old boy named Martin Bristoll who is kidnapped right from his backyard in Minersville, Pennsylvania. The man who steals lil' Martin is a psychotic hermit named Graham Sutter. He keeps Martin imprisoned on his farm, forcing Martin to witness and even participate in some of his random terror acts. Each of his victim’s scream and beg for mercy but no one can hear anything since they are in middle of the country, nothing around for miiiiiiles.

Five years go by and Martin’s disappearance from his backyard remains a mystery UNTIL!...Allison Miller, a 17-year-old girl who comes to live with her Uncle, Aunt & young cousin. Like a nosey a-hole, she explores her new surroundings...like making out with some random boy with a nice car, walking home from school which is like...miles away, and even going jogging with her breasts all out. Then, being nosey once again, Allison discovers things aren't right at the farmhouse miles down the road, and because of that, her curiosity may kill her along with anyone else who knows. Not even that loves her--just KNOWS her.

Ok, so I wanted to see this movie ever since I heard about it and I must say I was so disappointed. I'm down for movies that want to have some tension building up, but the full result of the movie just wasn't worth it. I was bored during this movie and it really made me sleepy.
Also...I don't get why they kept on showing the girl Allison's hard nipples. Like, I don't get it. I thought I was watching a horror. It just kinda comes off desperate that the director would keep on showing that. Any girl with big breasts, more importantly any girl with common sense, would NOT leave her house without a better bra for support since she's going running--SPORTS BRA!

I don't get what the hype was about. There was great gore & all but overall, it felt very SyFyish. And that's technically not a bad thing! I guess the only good thing was the atmosphere...it was beautiful and the air looked fresh.

Point is, I wouldn't recommend this movie. If it comes on TV and you're cooking dinner or something then sure, you can watch it, I suppose while you cook. I wouldn't recommend you spending any money on this film--even if it's a dollar, rent something else.

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