Vile

Posted: November 24, 2012 by puremassacre in Movies, Survival
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Vile

Vile. 2011.

Vile is a 2011 American horror film written by Eric Beck and directed by Taylor Sheridan. The film stars Eric Jay Beck, April Matson and Akeem Smith.
Release date: August 26, 2011 (UK)Netflix
Director: Taylor Sheridan
US release date: July 24, 2012
Running time: 90 minutes
Screenplay: Eric Beck

Vile movie was released Sep 11, 2012 by the Inception studio. Vile begins with a man strapped down on a hospital bed, with what the audience can only assume is a sick doctor inflicting various acts on this man that cause him pain. Vile movie This particular man of medicine is interested in making a drug that is created by chemicals in the brain that are released when the human body undergoes sensations of pain. Vile video Later, we are introduced to a group of four campers. Vile film Stars Eric Beck, April Matson, Akeem Smith, Maya Hazen, Heidi Mueller. cdUniverse

After a couple of bad starts on Netflix yesterday (Death of a Ghost Hunter, Exorcismus) my bro and I commited to Vile. The cover looked pretty sick, which ofcourse peaked our interest but the 2.7ish rating was a bit worrisome. With no other choices we dove in. The premise of the film was actually a refreshing take on the survival/torture horror genre, pretty inventive I must say. The film itself was a little rough around the edges with some shaky acting and minor errors scattered throughout but for an obviously lower budget entry Vile was well executed. We found ourselves pretty engaged in the flick and even flinching at a few of the gruesome torture scenes; can anyone say ‘Cheese Grater’. Vile isn’t going to be up for an Oscar anytime soon but if your into low budget horror and want something a bit different check it out! Vile @ IMDB

Next Up: throwing out my cheese grater…….

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Comments
  1. peteeboy says:

    I agree bro…. was a pretty good premise, and it somewhat delivered! And yes, even a few squirmy moments… wasn’t a bad choice at all!

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