Huff

2013

Action / Horror / Thriller

61
IMDb Rating 3.2 10 308

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Clint Howard as Karl
Rance Howard as Scotty
Natasha Alam as Laci
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748.33 MB
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23.976 fps
1hr 32 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by FabioLous Barker 1 / 10

complete waste of time

From the beginning of the movie you will hate Charlie O'Connell idiotic character, if the director is trying to create a new "Villian", he failed miserably, the character is dumb, slow, almost like he have a mental problem. The dialogues are just...unbelievable...non sense...rude and completely weird. There is not a single character you will think "ok, movie sucks but the acting of...", forget it this will never happens. The script is crap, the acting is primary school level and the cameras...oh dear... In total there are like 10 people in all the movie, effects are far from awful, are like 700 steps under awful... The action parts are like "they are really trying to make an horror movie?!" The old school "boobs + gore + pretty girls + scary character" it is far from being accomplished, there is nothing that makes people get related to this movie. This movie is not even attractive from the Bizarre/b-movie point of view.

Just...awful...

Reviewed by redrobin62-321-207311 1 / 10

Worthless Tripe.

You know, it's too bad that the rich kids are the ones allowed to make films simply because they can afford the equipment and the schooling. The problem there is rich kids have absolutely nothing to say. Zip. What can be the source of their angst? The water ran cold in the Jacuzzi? The maid called in sick so now somebody has to sweep the foyer? Muffy refuses to eat dinner because Jake got a new iPhone for Christmas and she has to suffer by using last year's model? Ridiculous.

The best these aspiring filmmakers can do is rob every Peter and Paul in Hollywoodland of their unoriginal ideas and throw it up on screen. 'Huff', or 'Big Bad Wolf' is so uninteresting that time is better spent pruning a tree than watching this crap.

One of the biggest problem these new filmmakers have is casting. How on God's Green Earth does one find such gorgeous, Playboy models inhabiting the sticks of Arkansas or the trailer parks of West Virginia? You stand in front of a decrepit home in Buttf*ck, Tennessee with the wash hanging out on the line in the front yard, a '59 pickup with no hood and two supermarket shopping carts on the lawn and enough dog poop around the house to start your own compost company, then you open the front door to watch Beyoncé and Paris Hilton exit? I don't think so. Rich boys, get a grip.

This is one of those films you have to fast forward through till you see someone bleeding which, in this case, was very little. The movie was as thin as rice paper - no depth, no substance, no nothing. Maybe frat boys will applaud this tripe, but then, they're probably watching a movie their cousins made.

Reviewed by InOZm 1 / 10

Horrorble

Wasn't scared one bit. The only reason I finished the movie is because I like closure. I want to see it to the end, regardless of how bad it is. So, my recommendation, avoid at all costs.

So, you're looking for your money, and it's really important to you? Why not stay and search right in the same area all day long, and even visit your home for most of the movie. Don't worry, that type of money just comes back to you, it doesn't run away. Just wait for it.

Oh, and how smart do you have to be to be handcuffed to a large loophole screw, and not think to attempt to unscrew it, instead, to watch your son be killed in front of you.

You think the story is bad? Just wait to see the acting, actually, don't wait, just pass.

Absolutely nothing in this movie makes any sense. There are just so many things in the movie that even common sense could not screw up. I'm just mad that I wasted time watching this instead of watching something else while working.

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