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Resonnances (2006)

A fun trip turns upside down when 3 guys and 3 girls enjoying themselves in the countryside become the perfect prey to a prison escapee who's out for blood.

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Johanna Andraos
Marjorie Dubesset
Vincent Lecompte
Sophie Michard
Patrick Mons
Franck Monsigny
Romain Ogerau
Livane Revel
Yann Sundberg
Thomas Vallegeas
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A fun trip turns upside down when 3 guys and 3 girls enjoying themselves in the countryside become the perfect prey to a prison escapee who's out for blood.

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14 December 2010 (USA)  »

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Resonnances - Die Würmer sind zurück!  »

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Scraps of potential leavened into a largely mediocre affair
18 May 2011 | by (Phoenix, AZ) – See all my reviews

I want to say, right off the bat, that I went into this film with tremendous goodwill. I had no expectations beyond expecting a low-budget supernatural/monster thriller, grateful that it wasn't following the modern trend of French torture flicks.

Sadly, I found this to be mediocre, largely as a result of the confused storyline & the uneven behavior of the characters. There is a subplot involving a murderous escaped prisoner that ultimately proves to be a needless & ineffective attempt to raise the stakes in a survivalist horror scenario that could have been just as effective without it. It's described as a mixture of Tremors, The Evil Dead & The Thing; this film has nothing in common with this last reference point. Rather, the 3rd film I'd throw in would be The Hitcher, the ill- fitting incorporation already described above.

Somewhat frustratingly, the most well-developed & empathetic character becomes incapacitated rather early on. I've nothing against a film pulling a Psycho, but it's an unwise decision when you incapacitate the best actor in your film. The remaining actors appear to replace character arcs with sudden, inexplicable mood swings.

I don't want to end this on a negative note, though. This film disappointed me in a way that made me want to know more about the filmmakers (as opposed to simply throw my hands in the air). I really wish there were DVD interviews with the director Philippe Robert. I'd like to know more about the people involved, their intents & influences. Mr. Robert shows potential.


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