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Forest of the Damned (2005)

 -  Horror  -  22 August 2006 (USA)
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A group of friends go on a roadtrip and come to a stop in a forest where legend has it a group of naked bisexual female monsters lurk. Will they awake them? And if so will they survive?



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Cast overview, first billed only:
Daniel Maclagan ...
Nicole Petty ...
Sophie Holland ...
Sally (as Frances da Costas)
Crazy Old Man
Shaun Hutson ...
Angel 1 (as Marysia K.)
Angel 2
Cleo Mason ...
Angel 3
Hana Urushima ...
Additional Angel
Charlotte Hunter ...
Additional Angel (as Charlie Billson)


In England, when the naive Emilio buys an old van, he invites his friends Judd, Molly and Andrew and his sister Ally to travel to a lake in the woods. They get lost and while trying to get directions in a bar in the road to follow the trip, they are scared by a crazy old man, who tells that there are missing persons on the spot. Then, Emilio runs over a woman and she faints. The group sees a mailbox in the roadside and Judd, Molly and Andrew enter in the forest trying to get some help. Along the night, they are chased by naked fallen angels thirsty of blood and their keeper. Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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Thrown out of heaven...they'll take you to hell...



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Rated R for horror violence, nudity, language and some sexuality | See all certifications »

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22 August 2006 (USA)  »

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The main characters in this movie Emilio, Ally, Molly, Judd are named after The Breakfast Club (1985) actors Estevez, Sheedy, Ringwald and Nelson. See more »


When they are in the forest talking about making a fire, they mention they have plenty of petrol, when in fact, their Volkswagen Transporter is diesel. See more »


Followed by Forest of the Damned 2 (2011) See more »

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It's too late for me, but save yourself from this utter waste of time
19 February 2006 | by (Latveria) – See all my reviews

Note to Horror fans: The only horror here is when you realized you just wasted 95 minutes of your life on a movie that's so worthless it's insulting.

I watched this because:

The premise sounded slightly promising: It's not. It's just an excuse to use the same lame set pieces from other low-budget slasher films that weren't good either.

The promise of naked forest nymphs sounded nice even if the movie turned out to be awful: It's not. It's SO not. The amateur cinematography makes sure the "fallen angels" are about as sexy as the average homeless person.

The name Tom Savini has a long history in the horror genre: He's the king of low-budget special effects and lower-budget acting. Come to think of it, Savini should have been a reason not to watch this movie. It's not that he's bad, but he's almost always in bad movies. His only good role was in From Dusk Till Dawn, and he's been milking that at horror conventions ever since.

But let's focus on the positive: Forest of the Damned is a great example of how NOT to make a movie.

Everything else is a negative. Obviously the writer is allergic to originality. The script is terrible. That's all a given after the first 10 minutes. But the clueless pacing; the way the director treats "plot" and "characterization" as a nuisance he thinks no one cares about anyway; and the excruciatingly long and boring driving, walking, and nature sequences (no doubt added to increase the running time to make the film qualify for distribution) show a complete lack of aptitude for film and storytelling in general.

This is another good example of the number-one way you can tell if a movie is going to be bad: If it's written and directed by the same person, expect garbage.

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