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Entity (2012)

raigraphixs

Distinguished Member
Debut horror feature for writer/director Steve Stone

Dervla Kirwan, Charlotte Riley, Branko Tomovic

In 1998, thirty four unidentified bodies were found in shallow graves in a remote Siberian forest. After subsequent investigations, no official explanation by the Russian authorities was ever offered about the circumstances of the deaths. The case was closed.

In 2010, a small English TV crew from the show ‘Darkest Secrets' set out for the Siberian forest. ‘Darkest Secrets' focuses on revisiting the sites of unsolved crimes and they employ the gifts of a psychic whose extraordinary powers may help shed new light on cold cases. The last communication to their production office in London stated that they were approaching the Siberian region where the bodies were found. Nothing was heard from them again. ‘Entity' is the story of what happened to them. The forest was only the beginning…



Teaser Trailer



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DVD-Man

Distinguished Member
Not a remake of the Barbara Hershey flick then.
 

domtheone

Distinguished Member
Ditto +1
 

raigraphixs

Distinguished Member
See makes a nice change not to have a remake

I really like 1982 The Entity, not seen it for a long time
 

Chris McEneany

Well-known Member
See makes a nice change not to have a remake

I really like 1982 The Entity, not seen it for a long time

Full review of that schoolboy-fave coming up soon!

It's funny how a lot of us got hold of The Entity just for the rude bits, but ended-up being scared witless by what was an absurd, yet surprisingly effective poltergeist chiller. Great performances from Hershey and Ron Silver and a truly terrifying atmosphere.

Anchor Bay's BD has a good, solid transfer. Sadly, no extras, though.

Cheers

Chris McEneany :devil:
 
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DICKIEDUVET

Distinguished Member
Full review of that schoolboy-fave coming up soon!

It's funny how a lot of us got hold of The Entity just for the rude bits, but ended-up being scared witless by what was an absurd, yet surprisingly effective poltergeist chiller. Great performances from Hershey and Ron Silver and a truly terrifying atmosphere.

Anchor Bay's BD has a good, solid transfer. Sadly, no extras, though.

Cheers

Chris McEneany :devil:

The US BD hasn't even got a menu, Terrible...Nice Transfer though!
 

captainarchive

Distinguished Member
Full review of that schoolboy-fave coming up soon!

It's funny how a lot of us got hold of The Entity just for the rude bits, but ended-up being scared witless by what was an absurd, yet surprisingly effective poltergeist chiller. Great performances from Hershey and Ron Silver and a truly terrifying atmosphere.

Anchor Bay's BD has a good, solid transfer. Sadly, no extras, though.

Cheers

Chris McEneany :devil:
The thing that scared me was the tagline 'Based on a true story'.
 

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