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Eric Brainard over 1 year ago
A creature feature with the added stress of being lost in a cave. No sequel needed.
Luke Duncan over 1 year ago
A group of girls are in trouble in a creepy cave then BAM they’re all pyscho murderers.
Luciana Ducceschi almost 2 years ago
This wasn't straight horror. It was stressful and claustrophobic
Nick Fenton almost 3 years ago
Robyn Hamilton over 3 years ago
Pretty decent horror flick, but the prospect of caving itself is scarier than the crawlers
Humberto Octavio over 3 years ago
Interesting and doesn't rely (solely) on jump scares, with some good twists along the way.
Thomas Markel almost 4 years ago
One of the best horror movies of last 15 years. Very well done, scary and good acting.
ryan almost 4 years ago
an all-time fave. physical and emotional horror as crushing as the confines of the setting
Leif Jacobson 4 years ago
A brilliantly done, intensely claustrophobic horror film. Excellent.
Andy 4 years ago
Horror movies can often seem pretty cheesy. Being stuck in the ground is real. Not okay.
Claire Pom almost 5 years ago
scary because nerv-racking but very disapointing once you've discovered the "scary thing".
Obi Xan Statham 5 years ago
Unique and terrifying.
Tony Gandía 5 years ago
Adept underground creature feature with a good amount of jolts and scares.
Zach Sly over 5 years ago
Hit and miss, but all in all the Descent was Decent...( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°) See what I did there?
Erik Kanada almost 6 years ago
One of the scariest movie i have ever seen in my life! GO WATCH THIS NOW!!!
Charlie Alcock almost 6 years ago
Properly nerve-jangly.
necl 6 years ago
waste of time
Edgar Milari 6 years ago
Claustrophobia + Demony-things = much tension.
Alexandre Brisson over 6 years ago
Grade A scary! Fuck my life, man.
Grant davies over 6 years ago
Great. Very claustrophobic.
The Descent is a 2005 British horror film written and directed by Neil Marshall. The film follows six women who, having entered an unmapped cave system, become trapped, and are hunted by subterranean flesh-eating humanoids. Filming took place in the United Kingdom; exterior scenes were filmed at Ashridge Park, in Buckinghamshire, and interior scenes were filmed in sets built at Pinewood Studios near London. Filmmakers considered it too dangerous and time-consuming to shoot in an actual cave, and the cave featured in the film was built at the studio. The Descent opened commercially 8 July 2005 in the United Kingdom. It premiered in the 2006 Sundance Film Festival and opened commercially on 4 August 2006 in the United States. Juno (Natalie Mendoza), Sarah (Shauna Macdonald) and Beth (Alex Reid) are whitewater rafting in Scotland. Sarah's husband Paul (Oliver Milburn) and their daughter Jessica (Molly Kayll) wave and cheer from the bank. On the drive back to their hotel Paul is...
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