Unaware of its terrible history, a young couple purchases their dream home. But it soon becomes clear that they may not be alone in the house... and that someone -- or something -- is determined to drive them out.
A deadly infection breaks out in Manhattan, causing humans to devolve into blood-thirsty rat creatures. Six recently evicted tenants must survive the night and protect their downtown ... See full summary »
The writer and producer Harrison Smith, sent this script to Jack Nicholson. Nicholson's agent contacted him back and said "You know that Jack gets $5,000,000.00 just to read the script, right?" Harrison replied "No I didn't. Thanks, but I think we are good". See more »
The beginning of the movie sets the time of the events as 1973, yet the school bus that is seen dropping of the boys is a 1994 model Thomas/International. See more »
Well Done Thriller Drama...Horror Elements? Absolutely.
What appears to be the dichotomy between the positive and negative reviews with regards to "The Fields" is that you have those looking for "scare the crap out of me!" horror and those that see this film is truly full of horror elements. It is not dull, boring, nor uneventful. In fact there are many different things going on here in this period piece that is very well executed and is highly worth viewing, in my (and many others') opinion. We know that film reviews are subjective: not everyone is going to like the same thing, this goes without saying. The Fields really covers so much ground and truly disturbing yet also interesting and "good" moments that it would be very unfortunate that one would not watch it based on some poor reviews. Be wary of those telling you not to waste your time. I almost heeded their words and would have missed out on this complex and realistic gem.
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