Vile

2011

Action / Horror

96
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 32%
IMDb Rating 5 10 4946

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Cast

Greg Cipes as Sam
Ian Bohen as Julian
Maria Olsen as Woman on TV
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697.96 MB
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English
R
23.976 fps
1hr 30 min
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English
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23.976 fps
1hr 30 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by vanyelashke-64321 3 / 10

Horror falling flat

With a threadbare and straightforward plot, if done right it could have worked. The premise of the kidnapping gives could have given a nice place to begin, but the writing took the plot nowhere. Just the simple "torture each other and you'll get out" for the rest of the plot doesn't give anything to work with.

The characters are not developed other than who are intended to be the loudest and bossiest and are all poorly acted. There was far too much time spent on the most annoying character just bitching, screaming and making excuses. About the only thrill I got from the movie was when she was knocked out by a punch and getting her just rewards.

Reviewed by jtindahouse 6 / 10

Far from perfect but there are some positives here

Taylor Sheridan, director of 'Vile', has gone on to make some absolutely sensational films in the last few years including one of 2017's best 'Wind River'. So when I saw that he had actually started out his career with a horror film, and a gruesome looking one at that, I knew I had to see it. It's safe to say he hadn't quite perfected his art just yet, however there are certainly glimpses of what his potential was. He didn't write it, so it's hard to say just how much of an impact he had on 'Vile'. And while it's hard to argue that there are a lot of flaws in this movie, there are also some real positives to it.

The negatives lie mostly in the writing. The whole concept is a rather bizarre one and takes a massive suspension of belief to get your head around. The characters feel like they simply accept the situation they're in far too easily. Also the dialogue ranges greatly throughout the film from really charming and natural, to unbearable campy and unrealistic. There were two writers of this film so that could have had something to do with it.

The positives are basically the concept. It allows so much freedom for the story to flow and for the audience to be shocked. Every character needing to be tortured by their fellow characters. It's a writers dream. There are some unbearable scenes in this film to watch. I have a pretty high tolerance level and even so found myself turning away at certain moments. This isn't a must-see film by any means, however if you do find yourself with the opportunity to watch it you're probably going to have a decent time (perhaps switch your brain off at the start would be my advice).

Reviewed by view_and_review 7 / 10

Pain to Make the Pain Killer

Some randomly selected people wake up to find themselves in a house with contraptions stuck to the back of their heads. Now, I know what you're thinking: "This is another Saw or Saw-like movie in which they are all part of some elaborate death trap and they have to figure it out or die." No, that's not what this movie is. They were all there to provide a critical component from their brains to create the hottest drug on the market. Except, the only way to get this particular fluid from the brain was through pain. They all had a quota and 24 hours to meet that quota... so let the torture begin.

This is one incredible movie. I was thinking about this movie long after it was over. This movie made me wince several times as the characters tortured each other in various imaginative ways in order to produce that coveted brain juice. Unfortunately for them their choices were very limited: suffer through pain or die. This was a cool, thrilling under-the-radar horror film.

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