Hold Your Breath


Action / Horror

Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 14%
IMDb Rating 3.2 10 1581


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Katrina Bowden as Jerry
Keith Allan as Van Hausen
Randy Wayne as Johnny
Devanny Pinn as Woman With Scar
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1hr 27 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by loomis78-815-989034 2 / 10

Hold your Breath? Better to hit the stop button.

A group of twenty something friends and couples head to the mountains for some fun. When they approach a graveyard they're going to pass Jerry (Bowden) tells everyone to hold their breath so no spirits can enter them and possess them. Supposedly based on an urban legend know one including the audience has ever heard of. Of course pothead Kyle (Seth Cassell) inhales his smoke along with the spirit of Van Hausen (Keith Allen) a notorious serial killer executed at a nearby prison and buried in the cemetery. Before you can scream "lousy digital effects" Kyle is possessed and slaughters a cop who stops by to help when no one else is around. This spirit can hop into other bodies which it does multiple times while picking off members of the group along the way. This tedious film has terrible characters, lousy dialog and even worse digital effects. With almost no practical make up effects at all, the filmmakers put their trust in digital effects and fail miserably. The digital blood (and there is a lot of it) splashes around like you were watching a cartoon. The characters whine back and forth making any audience member over the age of 25 want to see them all die. The cast is good looking and try to make this believable but it is so poorly written nothing could save it. Once again, I don't have to mention there isn't a scare in sight. Do I?

Reviewed by jlthornb51 9 / 10

Skilfully Realized Horror Film

Director Jared Cohn delivers high octane suspense and horror with this gem from Asylum Pictures. Starring a cast of exciting fresh faces with talent to burn, the film has a superior script and production values far beyond the usual horror fare. Veteran actor Hanks is a real standout and gives a superb performance that is both sinister and fascinating. The plot is one of the creepiest imaginable and will keep you glued to your seat until the movie's shattering climax. I would count on seeing these young actors in major Hollywood productions very, very soon. Rarely does a cast of newcomers make the profound impact this one does with a first motion picture outing.

Reviewed by BadlandZ 4 / 10

Potential was DESTROYED by Direction/Production

No spoilers here, just basics.

The acting was fair to OK. The story/script was fair/OK (interesting, but maybe a little to detailed and over-thought, which COULD be OK or great).

But the direction and production of this just blew any "watchability" elements apart. What was reoccurring themes got lost in the convoluted mishmash of the director over emphasizing things that didn't matter, and letting things that do matter just slip right past. Then throwing in totally unneeded special effects that added nothing, and actually detracted from the ability to get into the story. On and on and on, ever 10 minutes part of me went "ok, I get why the actor played it that way, but why did they shoot the scene like that, and edit it that way, it might has well of been a live play on stage..."

If you can see past the horrible production of this movie, there is some decent acting and an interesting story underneath. But, to be honest, it's SO difficult to see because of the horrible production, I couldn't recommend ANYONE try to watch this movie (unless you are only doing so to get horror movie story ideas and see if the actors in it are any good).

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