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Ratings & Reviews

  1. Bob's rating of the film The Hallow

    Somewhat poorly done buildup and not that much well executed nor explained revelation - generic chase scenes and half-baked mythology - is redeemed by a very good final act that doesn't lack justifiable body horror and emotional investment. And it's all decorated with nicely captured visuals that entwine naturalism with fantasy using forest as a backdrop.

  2. Wee Hunk's rating of the film The Hallow

    Turns out it's a pro-logging film. The problem with the woods is that there's a whole bunch of fae out there, who happen to look more like goblins. They're not nice beings, so the suggestion is to use logging as a method of genocide.

  3. Dogukan4Ever's rating of the film The Hallow

  4. Mathias Palmberg's rating of the film The Hallow

    An OK creature feature with great effects and cool monsters. The movies falters considerably in the script department due to the botched handling of a decent premise. The characters are also wafer thin which makes it difficult to root for the protagonist and his family. The first reel promises a whole lot but it all ends up with a lot of chasing, running to no avail.

  5. Nino Lasso's rating of the film The Hallow

    Cool practical effects, not-so-cool meh on pretty much everything else.

  6. pseuDony's rating of the film The Hallow

    stupid annoying characters tipikal horror yang biasa aja~

  7. Laura Lavorato's rating of the film The Hallow

    I do not get this antropomorphised-monster idiocy in horror movies. In this sort of super-natural horrors anything stops being scary when you are shown clearly and repeatedly the 'monster', the 'presence' of whatever there is. That was my main problem with the Hallow. Woods and darkness would have done a better job by themselves.

  8.'s rating of the film The Hallow

    intens, interesting story and had a great special effect. the intens keep me haunting and scared everytime. the cast is pretty well too. and one thing, the cinematography was very beautiful!

  9. Paolo Simeone's rating of the film The Hallow

    At least you don't have to wait to see these screeching mushroom people being aggressive, but towards the end the level of unsensical and illogical events goes overboard.

  10. filmcapsule's rating of the film The Hallow

    Traffics in a lot of familiar horror modes and tropes, relying on the viewer's familiar with the genre to generate suspense in its first soporific half. It never attempt to develop a relationship to the woods-are-alive horror concept beyond introducing a relevant entomological motif. Its last 10 minutes, however, slows down enough to focus on a single, effective idea, and feels exciting.

  11. Violins By Night's rating of the film The Hallow

    Too weighted down by established horror tropes, despite its solid acting and interesting creature design.

  12. Rafael Fonseca's rating of the film The Hallow

    It's a decent forest thriller. Almost completely hopeless for the most part - so much I felt bad just watching -, is turned around and gains its footing at the end. It gets a third star just for that final act. The whole room clapped, seriously! ||MotelX 2015

  13. Nick Schwab's rating of the film The Hallow

    Great creature f/x and design, as well as beautiful sets, locations, and photography. Yet, this 92 minute film feels much longer due to its repetitive nature that features the same characters going through the same running/searching/ fighting motions for a good hour of the run time. Its recycled nature is undercooked and generic. Could've been better with more story meat on it.