(2013)

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Metascore

Based on 8 critic reviews provided by Metacritic.com
70
The film is ridiculous and laugh-out-loud funny, though it’s sometimes hard to tell if this is intentional or not. Either way, it remains riveting because of its effective tropes.
60
Sometimes bad, never boring and, at the last, completely bonkers, it’s proof at least that you can freeze cheese.
60
It's good to see Harlin back in the mountains, and while this isn't on par with Cliffhanger's thrills and spills, it's a smartly-executed little whatdunnit.
58
Here’s the trouble: Devil’s Pass isn’t actually about the Dyatlov Pass Incident. It’s about five blandly good-looking American kids who decide to make a documentary about the Dyatlov Pass Incident but subsequently disappear in the same area, leaving behind — sigh — their camera equipment.
50
Slant Magazine
As Renny Harlin's career progresses, it seems more and more that his early gems were merely happy accidents.
50
It’s cheesy enough fun while it lasts, but in the Harlin pantheon, it isn’t a patch on “Deep Blue Sea.” Then again, few things are.
40
The students keep filming when it is insane to do so, and an avalanche of speculative tosh smothers everything except our mocking laughter.
40
Harlan’s film—written by Vikram Weet—is a routine low-budget genre picture, with blandly attractive young actors overmatched by the freakiness lurking in the wilderness.

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