Condemned

2015

Action / Horror

8
Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 14%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 38%
IMDb Rating 3.6 10 839

Synopsis


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Cast

Johnny Messner as Gault
Jon Abrahams as Vince
Nick Damici as Hoobler
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615.62 MB
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English
Unrated
23.976 fps
1hr 23 min
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English
Unrated
23.976 fps
1hr 23 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by happy undertaker 5 / 10

Not as bad as some say

I believe that Roger Ebert had it right. Evaluate the movie based on how well they made it fit the genre. As such, this one is okay. You need to see more than REC or Quarantine as progenitors. This one involved some New York type filmmakers/actors. They did a very good job on sets, costumes, lighting,etc. I don't look for total character coherence in a flick in which everyone is going mad. Even, before they went mad, they were marginally mad or disturbed to begin with. The movie was pretty well made for a low budget effort. The only thing that looked fake was some of the CGI blood spatter and one projectile vomiting scene. You can also see Johnny Messner playing against type. I didn't realize it was him until I realized that he had almost the same hairdo that he wore in Tears of the Sun.There were also a bunch of faces that look familiar but whose names always escape you.

This movie did not remind me of REC or Quarantine, as much as some say. They were also derivative. Yes, there were many similar elements that appeared in those films and Condemned.But if anything, this story was absolutely most like a New York based film that predated those two.

If you liked Condemned then see Mulberry Street (2006), a film with very close themes and development. This connection jumped to mind after the first few minutes or so of watching Condemned. The writer/star of Mulberry St. is Nick Damici who has a small cameo in Condemned. So see Mulberry St. and if you liked that then watch Stakeland, Damici's take on vampires. In it you will see scenes, sets, and situations that although not wholly original, look like they might be one of the proximate inspirations for The Walking Dead.

Reviewed by musicreporter-1 1 / 10

Insipid whackj-a-mole flick masquerading as a horror show

Stupid, uninteresting, unfunny with no redeeming values. Just watched it but I can hardly describe it other that about 80 minutes of dumb, retarded characters doing stupid, gross things.

The characters are lowlifes squatting in a downtown building and through their own ignorance, become infected into crazy zombie-like creatures.

There are no characters with any redeeming traits - they are all shallow, mindless, ignorant fools. And therefore we do not care about them when the whack-a-mole marathon begins.

Some dumb horror films are at least entertaining in small way but this film is pure garage. I had to fast forward through the last half to get through it - and no it didn't get any better. Do not waste your time - you been warned.

Reviewed by fsarbolaez 5 / 10

Come on, it's not THAT bad!

I've seen some ridiculously bad movies in the past (some were so bad that they got me pretty angry,) but this isn't one of them. I'm not saying it's good either though.

First thing I'd like to mention: I hear a lot of people comparing this movie to 'REC' and its American remake 'Quarantine'. (One reviewer even went as far to say that it was almost as bad as 'The Sand'; a movie I felt was quite charming and at times admittedly nonsensical, but still good. I digress...) I feel 'Condemned' has more in common with David Cronenberg's deeply disturbing 1975 film, 'Shivers'; that and movies like 'The Driller Killer', 'Street Trash', and almost anything from Troma Entertainment.

The special effects and makeup weren't bad, and I found the bizarre residents and their eventual changes to be amusing (albeit gross). Other than that, the lighting wasn't that great at times, characters, dialogue and scenes needed some more development, and there needed to be some explanation for some of the stuff that happened.

If I could, I'd give this film a 5.5 out of 10. If you're easily squeamish, don't bother watching it. If not and you're into any of the movies I mentioned, you might enjoy seeing it just once.

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