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Mine Games (2012)

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A group of young friends make an incomprehensible discovery in an abandoned mine, but the more they try to change the future, the more they seal their fate.

Director:

Richard Gray

Writers:

Robert Cross (story), Michele Gray (as Michele Davis-Gray) | 4 more credits »
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Cast

Cast overview:
Joseph Cross ... Michael
Briana Evigan ... Lyla
Rafi Gavron ... Lex
Julianna Guill ... Claire
Alex Meraz ... TJ
Diane Duca Diane Duca ... Shop Assistant
Ethan Peck ... Guy
Rebecca Da Costa ... Rose
Michael Guillod Michael Guillod ... Michael
Lindsay Lamb ... Sarah
Duane Loken Duane Loken ... Farmer (as Duane Lokem)
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A group of young friends make an incomprehensible discovery in an abandoned mine, but the more they try to change the future, the more they seal their fate.

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The Deeper You Go, The Darker It Gets


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TV-14 | See all certifications »

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After Mikey has gone to bed, the others stay up drinking and playing games. One of the games has each player with a piece of paper with a person's name on it stuck to their forehead and they have to figure out whose name is on it. Guy's (Ethan Peck) paper says "Gregory Peck," his real-life grandfather. See more »

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Michael Guillod and Lindsay Lamb are not listed in the ending credits of the UK version as they only appear in the US version. By contrast, Duane Loken only appears in the UK version, but is listed in the ending credits on the US version. See more »

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There's Nothing In The Water
Written by Wright/Lenffer/Kelshaw/Lenffer
Performed by Cloud Control
Licensed Courtesy of Ivy League/Liberation Music
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Worth a watch...
17 November 2015 | by jmb-68085See all my reviews

A group of college graduate friends on a getaway weekend trip. Time for fun and drinking. As the van breaks down, it's a horror film as they always do, the troupe hoofs it to the nearby cabin to rest up. Upon discovering a nearby mine, the group explores. Spelunking discoveries become eerily ominous. Every trip back to the cabin to regroup provides no relief as does each trip back into the mine. Tension builds steadily throughout, the plot seems thin and weak. Just when you've got it figured out, everything changes. Break the cycle or else. Overall, well thought out and executed. People can always compare Mine Games to this and that but this dig is worth it...


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USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

16 September 2014 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

The Evil Within See more »

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Budget:

$1,500,000 (estimated)
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