The Descent

2005

Action / Adventure / Drama / Horror / Sci-Fi / Thriller

151
Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 85%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 75%
IMDb Rating 7.2 10 174929

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Reviewed by vermontbloke 10 / 10

A brilliant Horror movie

Well I know my comments come 13 years too late but I am watching the movie now for probably the 1000th time and felt the urge to leave my opinion. The movie is full of claustrophobic tension, scares, gore and a musical score for the ages. In fact there is something to be said about the power of music in a movie....I mean Halloween would not of been Halloween without John Carpenter's brilliant score. Anyway, I have a lot of favorite movies in all different categories and I can safely say that this is my favorite horror movie of all time.....just beating out The Exorcist and Halloween for the top spot.

Reviewed by ahmedstar96 1 / 10

unfortunately a great disappointment

Ladies and gentleman unfortunately this is just worthless disaster and i think worst horror movie i have ever seen before. please don't watch it if your time is important :) I watched it but i didn't expectation it because i thought it is a horror movie but its funnier than adam sandler movies. why did you shout this movie i swear to god after movie i became very angry cuz its just waste of huge time why man why !! and adam sandler please stop doing movies go please i beg you...

Reviewed by cinemajesty 7 / 10

Women On The Verges

Movie Review: "The Descent" (2005)

Six twenty-something female friends set out for an action-driven expedition in unexplored cavern systems somewhere in the UK. Not all of them will come back out again. What Director/writer Neil Marshall sets up in a 3.5 Million Pound Sterling demanding independent Horror film production goes non-stop to the mark in triggering shock moments, where cinematic homages from "Apocalypse Now" (1979) to "Vertical Limit" (2000) are not a seldom seen kid, but the ride has been that much accelerated due to hyper-high-speed editing by Jon Harris, even if you want to abandoned it to the genre niches, there is just no time to judge about any given scene for too long, when the next menace is around the corner to surprising proportions of white night crawling predators from the dark, which give the last woman standing the hardest times of her young life to reckon with in oblivion.

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