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The 13th Sign (2000)

Not Rated | | Horror | August 2000 (UK)
A young girl is drawn back to the village where her father went on a killing spree fifteen years earlier to the day of this solar eclipse. At first, it seems disturbingly quiet. Then all hell breaks loose...

Directors:

Jonty Acton, Adam Mason

Writer:

Jonty Acton
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Nadja Brand Nadja Brand ... Lany
Eric Colvin ... Riley
Jonathan Coote ... Drael
Susan Painter Susan Painter ... Aunt Mira (as Sue Painter)
Justin Ellis-Johnson ... Zaldor (as Justin Ellis)
Eva Gray ... Laura Emmersley
Robin Walters Robin Walters ... Tibbins
John Mcconnel John Mcconnel ... Ted
James Lavin James Lavin ... Tom
Clea Myers Clea Myers ... Razek
Rob Hurtt Rob Hurtt ... Kael (as Rob Hurt)
Fredrick Ruth Fredrick Ruth ... Reg
Carl McCoy ... Dravid (voice)
Lindsey McClanaghan Lindsey McClanaghan ... Lucy Emmersley
Jessica Brandler Jessica Brandler ... Little Lany
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A young girl is drawn back to the village where her father went on a killing spree fifteen years earlier to the day of this solar eclipse. At first, it seems disturbingly quiet. Then all hell breaks loose...

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There is a place where evil lives. See more »

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Horror

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Momentary High (Dub)
by Milo
Taken from the EP: Have Washington Terrified
Courtesy of Bolshi Records
Copyright: Bolshi Records
Contact: sarah@bolshi.com
Published by Big Life Music
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Good horror movie
28 January 2004 | by PeterRoederSee all my reviews

I bought this while I was playing chess in Hastings. I am from Denmark though. It is very good. Definitely with an understanding of the horror genre. The monster towards the end is very scary. People who criticize this on IMDb should recall that it was a huge success among serious horror critics. Anyway, I really love horror movies and this one is good fun. Especially jump-scares tend to be interesting in horror movies. It seems a show like Fear Factor is more disgusting than scary but this movie really is scary and I like that in horror. It is made on a low budget for sure but still a very powerful movie. I am really a dedicated horror fan and I like imagination in movies. Horror seems to be very imaginative. Horror today seems a bit boring but it has been an important genre for a long time.


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Country:

UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

August 2000 (UK) See more »

Also Known As:

To 13o simadi See more »

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Paranoid Celluloid See more »
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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.85 : 1
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