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The Corridor (2010)

Not Rated | | Drama, Horror, Sci-Fi | 30 March 2012 (Canada)
Friends on a weekend excursion take a path into a forest that leads to death and destruction.

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Evan Kelly

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Josh MacDonald
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Cast overview:
Stephen Chambers ... Tyler Crawley
James Gilbert ... Everett Manette
David Patrick Flemming ... Chris Comeau
Matthew Amyotte Matthew Amyotte ... Robert 'Bobcat' Comeau
Glen Matthews Glen Matthews ... Jim 'Huggs' Huggan
Mary-Colin Chisholm ... Pauline Crawley
Nigel Bennett ... Lee Shephard
Elphege Bernard Elphege Bernard ... Female Student
Heather Salsbury Heather Salsbury ... Lee
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A group of high school friends reunite years later for a weekend of partying and catching up on old times. Isolated deep in the snow covered forest, they stumble upon a mysterious corridor of light. Like a drug, the corridor's energy consumes them, driving them to the point of madness. One by one, they turn on each other, taking their evil to the next level. Mayhem leads to murder as they race to outlast each other, and the corridor's supernatural powers. Written by Cinemavault

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30 March 2012 (Canada) See more »

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Canning, Nova Scotia, Canada See more »

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I became awake
Performed by Great Lake Swimmers
Written by Tony Dekker
Published by © 2007 T.Dekker/Harbour Songs(Socan)
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A wonderful surprise
15 August 2012 | by Geoffrey WelchmanSee all my reviews

Saw this on Netflix knowing nothing about it, put it in the queue and watched it . . and as I did, I felt a steadily growing delight. This is one of those 'little' horror films that sneaks up on you....starts with a fairly reliable premise (a guy's bonding weekend) and lets it develop for a while. And then with the discovery of the titular area, pushes the premise further, and further, and lets it twist and grope into all sorts of dark areas.

Suffice to say: really well written, well acted, and well shot. A lovely and genuinely creepy discovery, and the best Canadian horror I've seen since "Pontypool".


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