The Eves

2012

Action / Thriller

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Cathy Baron as Nicky
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639.88 MB
1280*720
English
Unrated
23.976 fps
1hr 25 min
P/S 3 / 5
1.31 GB
1920*1080
English
Unrated
23.976 fps
1hr 25 min
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Reviewed by ASouthernHorrorFan 7 / 10

Competently made backwoods slasher, but too pedestrian and muddled by religious nutjob ambiguities

"The Eves" is an entertaining modern backwoods/road horror film. It is a nightmare scenario that is a dark, thrilling journey into cruelty and psychotica that seems totally Americana. "The Eves" is a film I will be watching again-especially during the Halloween season. There is something truly terrifying about psychotic young people!

The story takes the road horror into grindhouse territory effortlessly. The innocent trip that turns into a fight for survival against homicidal madman shows strongly in "The Eves". There is a period in the beginning that gets a bit old with the "ooh you scared me bit" which really set me into the notion that I was not gonna like this flick. However from the first real scare, that results in the kick-off to the horror show, the film pulled me in. The blunt cruelty of the antagonist, against the helpless victims offers a disturbing sense of realness that hooks you in. I found the cast to be apt in bringing these characters to life, creating a strong, well executed story. Plus with the intense, brutality of the last act, "The Eves" becomes a chilling survival nightmare.

The special effects, suspenseful build-up, and over all darkness of 'The Eves" creates a steady, even-paced intensity the feels natural and "at times" cringe worthy. The director does a great job working the cast, and scene direction so that kill scenes look genuine. It is above low budget quality really. The sound effects, and overall ability of the film to keep a strong foreboding atmosphere never falls flat. If it wasn't for the slow, annoying start to the film, with way to many "fake scare" moments, then this film would be flawless. Still the second and third act make up for that unnecessary exuberance.

Reviewed by ASouthernHorrorFan 7 / 10

My Review Of "The Eves" 2012

"The Eves" is an entertaining modern backwoods/road horror film. It is a nightmare scenario that is a dark, thrilling journey into cruelty and psychotica that seems totally Americana. "The Eves" is a film I will be watching again-especially during the Halloween season. There is something truly terrifying about psychotic young people!

The story takes the road horror into grindhouse territory effortlessly. The innocent trip that turns into a fight for survival against homicidal madman shows strongly in "The Eves". There is a period in the beginning that gets a bit old with the "ooh you scared me bit" which really set me into the notion that I was not gonna like this flick. However from the first real scare, that results in the kick-off to the horror show, the film pulled me in. The blunt cruelty of the antagonist, against the helpless victims offers a disturbing sense of realness that hooks you in. I found the cast to be apt in bringing these characters to life, creating a strong, well executed story. Plus with the intense, brutality of the last act, "The Eves" becomes a chilling survival nightmare.

The special effects, suspenseful build-up, and over all darkness of 'The Eves" creates a steady, even-paced intensity the feels natural and "at times" cringe worthy. The director does a great job working the cast, and scene direction so that kill scenes look genuine. It is above low budget quality really. The sound effects, and overall ability of the film to keep a strong foreboding atmosphere never falls flat. If it wasn't for the slow, annoying start to the film, with way to many "fake scare" moments, then this film would be flawless. Still the second and third act make up for that unnecessary exuberance.

Reviewed by CescaM 8 / 10

Unexpectedly good (don't think I've spoiled)

This surprised me; I was wanting a potboiler to watch and, having seen everything that actually interested me, settled for this. Like the previous reviewer, Bobby Everett, I went back and watched it again to look for the clues I missed the first time round. Viewers may have suspicions, as I did, about the "baddies", but I don't think many would put the whole thing together before the reveal.

The little twist at the ending was foreseeable, but the ending itself was satisfying. I'm not a fan of gore and torture and, thankfully, there was not too much of that; the worst bit being about 15 minutes before the end. The rest was more psychological. I gave it an 8 because I was interested enough to review it looking for clues. Worth watching.

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