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(12983) 5.7 90 min 2019

The Hole in the Ground is a movie starring Seána Kerslake, James Quinn Markey, and Kati Outinen. A single mother living in the Irish countryside with her son begins to suspect he may not be her son at all, and fears his increasingly...

James Quinn Markey, Kati Outinen, Seána Kerslake, David Crowley
Mystery, Drama, Horror
Lee Cronin

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles 日本語  Čeština  Português  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Mystery, Drama, Horror
Director Lee Cronin
Writer Lee Cronin, Stephen Shields
Stars James Quinn Markey, Kati Outinen, Seána Kerslake, David Crowley
Country Finland, UK, Belgium, Ireland
Also Known As ホール・イン・ザ・グラウンド, El bosque maldito, Kuyu, Bosque maldito, Hố Tử Thần, A gyermek, Hole - L'abisso, Rupa u Zemlji, The Hole In The Ground, Η Τρύπα, Impostor
Runtime 1H 30M
Description A single mother living in the Irish countryside with her son begins to suspect he may not be her son at all, and fears his increasingly disturbing behavior is linked to a mysterious sinkhole in the forest behind their house.

Top reviews

Monday, 13 Jul 2020 03:27

The Hole in the Ground is a horror film that has to do with a corpse found under the surface of a deep, dark cave in Antarctica, but was originally a Spanish film. It is a powerful piece of art in both its story and cinematography. This is actually a movie about the idea of the afterlife, with a twist, and a touch of love story. This movie has a lot of the same ideas that are shown in the movies The Omen, The Shining, and The Mist. The plot is about a pre-historic girl named Anna (Ellen Page) who is found dead on a mountain, buried under the ice of a frozen lake. She discovers that she has been chosen to be put back into the lake after death by a sort of supernatural force, the Loch Ness Monster. Anna's main reason for being buried alive is that her father's lover killed her father by accident, and the beast that was supposed to be the father of the Loch Ness Monster, who she thinks is her father, is also attacking Anna's body. Anna believes that the beast is the son of the monster and that it has come to kill her. It seems like she has all the right to believe what she wants, but she is unable to prove it. The special effects are very good and scary. The creatures are very graphic, and look very real. The cast does an amazing job. Ellen Page is very good, and I can see her growing as an actress. She is the most well known character, but most of the cast do an excellent job, with some minor characters like the son of Anna, who is very sad and insecure, and the mother, who is also very confused. The movie has a great cinematography and great special effects, but the storyline is a little weak, as some things are a little unclear and complicated, and the relationship between Anna and the Loch Ness Monster is a little bit confusing. The movie does not have a good ending, and it seems like the story will be repeated several times, as it had been in many other movies. I would recommend this movie to horror fans, because it is a great movie with a great story, great special effects, and a great performance by Ellen Page.
Sunday, 05 Jul 2020 07:02

Liv Tyler (Sarah Bolger) is a successful woman, which doesn't stop her from losing it and falling in love with the younger brother of her brother's friend, who happens to be the co-worker of the first victim. Through intense and convincing investigations, Sarah soon discovers that the first victim is an old man in his 70s. After it's suspected that the body may have been moved a few times, the police decide to conduct an autopsy, without the permission of Sarah. Soon, a lot of secrets of this mysterious man become public and they become a great danger to Sarah's life. I would like to first say that I had my doubts about the movie. It's quite realistic that such cases never have been solved. The acting is not good, I don't think this movie is for everyone. But it's just my opinion. If you are into dark movies with a lot of mystery and psychological shock, this one's for you. And if you're not into that, I don't think you will find the truth. But, if you are into the dark scenes, you might find it. The movie doesn't spoil it's message for you and it might be a surprise, to you. It's well shot and directed and I really like the use of the camera, too. The story keeps you wondering what will happen next and the conclusion leaves you guessing. I give it a 7. I've always liked Sarah Bolger, but Sarah Bolger is not as good as Clive Owen in American Psycho. Sarah is playing a very serious role in the movie and she carries it off very well. She is very convincing and you really feel that you are watching a movie. If I had to say something bad about the movie, it's that it's not perfect. But, in a movie like this, that's more the result of the director than the script. It's a good story with a great twist, but I can't say that it's perfect. At least it's worth watching for Sarah Bolger, a great actress. She's a lot of fun in this film.
Saturday, 30 May 2020 05:27

It's well known that Denis Villeneuve directed the stunning (if not always quite successful) Sicario, though I haven't seen his previous film before (There's Something About Mary). The movie that immediately grabs my attention is the disturbing Silence of the Lambs, although I've only seen the film once and so can't really say what made me like it so much, but I do know that I have an affinity with the scene with Shaw and Clarice at the party. Still, as with so many other Villeneuve's films, it is his intimate and familiar screenplay that makes for such a riveting experience. Although I had quite a bit of trouble with the language in the beginning of the film, I quickly got over it. Aside from this, Villeneuve is a very strong director, and that's not an easy thing to do. For some of his movies (Pi, Prisoners), it seems that his style is too much of its own genre and cannot pull it off. For example, some of his earlier films like Enemy (1997), Traffic (2004), and Argo (2006) have strong anti-heroes, but all of them have a certain other-worldly quality, which keeps them from becoming truly believable. However, Silence of the Lambs (1991), while still stylistically of a genre, was a movie where Villeneuve was able to craft a gripping, engrossing, and tragic story. Even though the movie is set in the first half of the twentieth century, its intense focus on suspense and powerful plot twists do not come at the expense of real suspense and drama, which comes at a far more economical pace. The acting is first-rate, and even though I have yet to see the 2003 remake, I am looking forward to it. The movie is absolutely gripping and should get a ten/11 rating from me.

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