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Dread English Horror Movie 2010
Cast And Crew
Cast : jackson rathbone,shaun evans,hanne steen,
laura donnelly,jonathan readwin,vivian gray,carl mccrystal
Director: Anthony DiBlasi
Producers: Lauri Apelian, Clive Barker, Joe Daley,
Jorge Saralegui, Nigel Thomas, Charlotte Walls
Writers (WGA):Anthony DiBlasi (screenplay) ,Clive Barker
Music Director: Theo Green
Release Date: 29 Jan 2010
Dread English Film Plot:
Three college students set out to document what other people dread most.Watch online Movie Trailer free Dread English Hollywood Film.The film Directed by Anthony DiBlasi .
Dread Movie Synopsis :
Dread is a 2009 horror film directed by Anthony DiBlasi and starring Jackson Rathbone, Shaun Evans and Hanne Steen, based on the short story of the same name by Clive Barker. The story was originally published in 1984 in volume two of Barker's Books of Blood short story collections.
Dread Hollywood Movie Reviews :
Based on the Clive Barker short story, Dread, which made its world premiere at the 2009 edition of Montreal's Fantasia film festival, is remarkable on two fronts: Barker's striking departure from his traditional macabre story lines, and Anthony DiBlasi's impressive directorial debut.
The story unfolds with two college students, Steve (Twilight's Jackson Rathbone) and Quaid (Shaun Evans), agreeing to work together to create a documentary of people's innermost fears. The two put out a call for candidates and document their interviews on video.
An expert manipulator, Quaid is able to coax these troubled souls into revealing their innermost demons; deeply personal revelations they would otherwise never dream of discussing in public, much less on camera.
Meanwhile Quaid harbors deep seated psychological scars of his own, having been a childhood survivor of the brutal home invasion axe slaying of his parents at the hands of a mysterious psycho.
Having watched around 600 horror and thriller movies over the course of the last 20 years. I have rarely come across a horror flick that has the intellectual prowess of "Dread". This is a very well done adaptation of Barkers short story, and has kept the dark and ominous feel of the original.
The cinematography is masterfully done while keeping an almost home movie feel. The flickering lights and dark sets lend an eerily dreamlike feel to the bulk of the movie so that when the brighter scenes appear the contrast is quite stark.To say this movie is disturbing would be an understatement. The decent into madness depicted here is powerfully dramatic and quite intense. Not only is there violence, gore, and blood, but a realistic view of trauma inflicted psychosis becoming complete madness.
The bottom line is this. The ability to suspend disbelief is the cornerstone of any good story and this one delivers in buckets.