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Tiger House (2015)

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Kelly sneaks into her boyfriend's house but tonight, she's not the only unwelcome visitor. As the situation spirals out of control, the suburban house becomes a terrifying arena for violence.

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Thomas Daley (as Tom Daley)

Writer:

Simon Lewis
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Credited cast:
Kaya Scodelario ... Kelly
Ed Skrein ... Callum
Dougray Scott ... Shane
Langley Kirkwood ... Sveta
Brandon Auret ... Reg
Daniel Boyd ... Mark
Julie Summers Julie Summers ... Lynn
Nicholas Dallas Nicholas Dallas ... Ferdinand
Nicholas Fortuin Nicholas Fortuin ... CCTV Robber
Luc Ramsden Luc Ramsden ... CCTV Robber
Manoli Kalligiannis Manoli Kalligiannis ... CCTV Robber
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Andrew Brent Andrew Brent ... Doug
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Kelly sneaks into her boyfriend's house but tonight, she's not the only unwelcome visitor. Now, she must draw on her reserves of strength and skills of dexterity to escape. As the situation spirals out of control, the suburban house becomes a terrifying arena for violence. Written by Anonymous

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Rated R for language and violence. | See all certifications »

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Country:

UK | South Africa

Language:

English

Release Date:

3 November 2015 (USA) See more »

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When Kelly and Mark are plotting out their dream destinations on the globe, Kelly is adamant about visiting Brazil. Kaya Scodelario is half-Brazilian and has family living near Sao Paulo. See more »

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Atkins the dog enjoyed his steak. Neither he nor any other animals came to harm during production. See more »

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Strong action thriller
4 July 2016 | by TdSmth5See all my reviews

A teenage couple spends a night at his place. The mother doesn't like the girl, Kelly, because she thinks her son has a future and Kelly only stacks shelves at a supermarket. The house is rather large and has cameras everywhere. Occasionally we see poor quality views of all 8 cameras on a screen. There we learn that 4 masked guys kill the dog and make their way into the house, just as Kelly lets her boyfriend know she's pregnant. The kid hears noises, leaves the room with a bat, a scuffle ensues and suddenly someone opens the door forcing Kelly to hide under the bed just in time. It's two bad guys. One of them, the brains of the operation, has a chunk of glass in his abdomen and is bleeding profusely. They put him on the bed while another guy monitors the radio.

In the meantime two other bad guys have left, kidnapping the kid's father. They need him for their heist--it sounds like they may be robbing a bank. The bad guys learn that the mother is actually a dr so they get her to attend the injured guy for a bit. She discovers Kelly under the bed, but soon enough the mom and the kid are again gagged and bound in the main bedroom. At some point Kelly manages to escape the bedroom. Then some stranger knocks on the door and comes in, he is killed by the other bad guy who's sort of the dummy of the group. Kelly is discovered by the bad guys and hides in an attic. There she finds a bow and arrows that she'll have to use to escape the situation.

What follows then is some back and forth between Kelly running and hiding from the guys--the injured guy is in real bad shape now--who have terrible peripheral vision. TAt this point the other two guys have returned now with the loot from their successful heist. There's a twist in the story and Kelly will have to become more proactive to get everyone out alive.

Tiger House is pretty enjoyable for what it is. While it doesn't create nearly enough tension as when Kelly is hiding under the bed with a bad guy right on the bed, it's not entirely dull and boring as movies of these sort tend to be where the entire action takes place in a few rooms of a house. Once the bad guys show up they are the only ones doing the talking. One turn of events related to one of them is a bit too unlikely but the twist near the end was very enjoyable. It also helps that Scodelario is rather attractive.


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