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Directed by
Philippe Robert 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Philippe Robert 

Produced by
Guillaume Raphoz .... producer
Philippe Robert .... producer
Original Music by
Richard Sanderson 
Cinematography by
Philippe Robert 
Art Direction by
Claude Orceau 
Makeup Department
Aurelia Hatry .... makeup artist
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Valère Chéreau .... assistant director
Adeline Malaterre .... assistant director
Guillaume Raphoz .... assistant director
Sound Department
Didier Legluse .... sound designer
Special Effects by
Matthieu Angelini .... special effects (as Matthieu Angelin)
Thierry Ardiller .... special effects
Lionel Berthelot .... special effects
Cyril Cosentino .... special effects
Paul-Emile Grammond .... special effects
Editorial Department
Guillaume Louyot .... color grading

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Also Known As:
"Tremors Rising" - Japan (English title) (DVD box title)
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83 min


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Scraps of potential leavened into a largely mediocre affair, 18 May 2011
Author: gg_pan from Phoenix, AZ

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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