over 3 years
A very brutal horror film. Fantastic for fans of the genre, a bit much for anyone else.
A modern horror film that plays on genuine fears. Totally gripping.
Tim Jules Hull
over 6 years
Kept saying to myself: "don't piss around, leave...or run them over."
over 6 years
another "didn't expect that" kind of film in a good way. Mediocre story, ensnaring film.
almost 7 years
mean kids suck. basically an updated devil times five without the wigs. *dog death alert.*
Eden Lake is a 2008 British horror film, written and directed by James Watkins and starring Kelly Reilly, Michael Fassbender and Jack O'Connell.
Nursery teacher Jenny (Reilly) and her boyfriend Steve (Fassbender) escape for a romantic weekend at an idyllic remote lake. They meet a young boy along the way who is reluctant to talk to them. When they arrive at beach they attempt to have a relaxing day, but a group of teenage hooligans and their dog appear. Steve stubbornly decides that he would much rather stay put, enduring their loud music and obnoxious dog, than be "bullied" by them into leaving. They stay overnight in a tent, and in the morning discover that their food has been infested with insects. Hungry, they return to the car to find someplace to eat, but they run over an empty bottle the teenagers left behind. Steve luckily manages to replace the tire, and they set off for the town. While in town, Steve sees the unruly teens riding around on their bicycles, and angrily follows...