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Four men out on a STAG NIGHT in New York prematurely exit an underground train after the soon-to-be-best-man begins to hassle two women. Trapped at a deserted station these six adults become the target of a gruesome manhunt when a secret gang of cannibal dwellers, living in the tunnels discovers them. Tensions will rise as they fight to make it through the night with all their limbs attached. Written by
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Immediately after the group gets off the train at the beginning of the film, Tony lights up a cigarette. About 20 seconds later when the camera shows Tony next, he has an un-lit cigarette in his mouth and he's lighting up again. See more »
Don't Hide Away From The Sun
Written by Mark Alan
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This movie is quite all right for its kind (Creep, The Midnight Meat Train etc). It's gorgeously shot and you can actually "feel" the action and all those fast-moving running scenes and bloody fights add to the action. The film is barely scary if you have already seen movies of this kind. The only thing that distinguishes this film from others is that here you're not dealing with one or two savage creatures but many.
The characters, their dialog lines and their reactions are quite natural and the music score fits the scenes perfectly well. If you decide to go watch this film, be prepared to see a lot of repetitive actions; running in endless dark tunnels while being followed by a horde of savage creatures. The savage men are believable at least they don't look like monsters.
The characters are not well developed but you can get a glimpse into their real selves through some of their actions like sacrificing themselves for the sake of others. At certain places in the film (especially towards the end) the film desperately tries to get you sympathize with the dying characters and feel their pain through the background music, because in these kinds of movies we rarely care if any of the characters dies due to the fact that character development is absent from a lot of horror movies and this one is no exception.
The only "effective" scenes in the movie are those where the victims look into the eyes of their killers for a few seconds before they die a slow death. The movie as a whole is not scary, but the last scene startled me. They should've used more of this "startling" technique throughout the film instead of showing the creatures approaching their victims from miles away which made the film very predictable, although the ending was not a cliché and that's what I liked most about this film.
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