Madison County

2011

Action / Horror / Mystery / Thriller

3
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 84%
IMDb Rating 4.2 10 1533

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Nick Principe as Damien
Katie Stegeman as Kristen
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by lojitsu 5 / 10

Here piggy piggy piggy!!

A-Z Horror Movie of the Day..."Madison County" (R - 2011 - US)

Sub-Genre: Slasher

My Score: 5.4

Cast=4 Acting=5 Plot=4 Ending=7 Story=5 Scare=5 Jump=5 F/X=6 Blood=7 Twist=6

A group of college kids travel to a small, mountain town called Madison County to interview the author of a tell-all book on the accounts of several grisly murders that happened there.

Pretty much your basic stasher...college kids...mountain town...killer in a pig mask...nothing you haven't seen before. There is some solid blood and the ending had a little bit of originally to it. At best this is a mediocre slasher flick...I enjoyed it enough, as it had some of the elements I wanted in the genre. You could certainly do better, fellow horror lovers...but you could do a lot worse.

Reviewed by mr-rob-c 3 / 10

Don't do this to you....SKIP IT !

lol....the new definition of bad = madison country.....really really bad film, don't know where to begin and where to end.... acting, filming, characters, story, effects.....everything is bad. so ... the ending too, i don't understand how someone can bring out this piece of crap....

to say some positive....the only good thing in this film is the cover, and that's all !

do your self a favour....skip it

robert

greetings from cologne, Germany

Reviewed by BA_Harrison 2 / 10

Frustratingly dumb slasher nonsense.

A group of college friends travel to hillbilly country ("we don't get many strangers around here") to interview an author for a thesis about a legendary local serial killer. Guess what happens next…

From the very opening scene in which the soon-to-be-dead teens load up their car for a few days of camping in the wilderness, Madison County is in very familiar territory, but still manages to be reasonably entertaining for a while thanks to the initially likable characters. Unfortunately, the film spends waaaaay too long getting to the horror—almost 45 minutes go by where very little happens—after which our unfortunate campers appear to abandon brains and start acting like total morons.

Despite hostility from the locals, including an encounter with a knife-wielding redneck outside a diner, they leave the safety of the group to wander around the woods by themselves, practically inviting the resident pig-mask wearing maniac to slaughter them. To make matters worse, the kids throw away every opportunity to finish off the killer, preferring to momentarily incapacitate him and make a run for it—and they never, ever look over their shoulders. Watching characters this stupid soon becomes tiresome in the extreme, and any sympathy towards them goes right out the window.

Towards the end of the film, writer/director Eric England tries to inject a little originality into proceedings with a plot twist involving the mysterious author, but the execution is ham-fisted to say the least, and not in the least bit plausible. An abrupt shock ending fails to improve matters, leaving the viewer pondering whether the film-makers had to return their equipment in a hurry.

On an ever-so-slightly more positive note, the acting is reasonable, with the exception of Adrienne Harrell, who severely lets the side down with her dreadful performance as suspicious old bag Erma, the kills are fairly brutal, the cinematography is above average for such fare, and we even get a spot of gratuitous female nudity (although NOT from the film's attractive female leads, Joanna Sotomura and Natalie Scheetz, who remain clothed throughout) in a ridiculous scene that suggests that the locals are in cahoots with the killer.

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