The Graves (2010)





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Movie Info

Brian Pulido's The Graves follows the exploits of Megan and Abby Graves, two pop-culture-obsessed sisters who stumble upon a haunted mine during their visit to the kitschy tourist trap known as Skull City Mine. Now they will need to be there for each other in order to make it home alive.

Rating: R (for bloody violence)
Genre: Action & Adventure, Horror
Directed By:
Written By: Brian Pulido
In Theaters:
On DVD: Mar 23, 2010
After Dark Films - Official Site


as Megan Graves

as Abby Graves

as Darlene

as Deacon Luke

as Reverend Stockton

as Jonah Lee Atwood

as Themselves
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Critic Reviews for The Graves

All Critics (2)

Unfortunately, The Graves is a tedious horror film and a complete waste of several talented actors (Bill Mosely, Clare Grant, Tony Todd, Amanda Wyss).

Full Review… | January 16, 2011

The Graves contains virtually none of the necessary elements to succeed even as a cult creepshow.

Full Review… | February 2, 2010

Audience Reviews for The Graves


A low budget film that caught the eye due to being mentioned as part of the Horrorfest a while back and seeing Tony Todd (Candyman, Final Destination) was involved. It starts ok but after the first 30mins it loses direction. Part slasher film, then oddball religious cult, survival horror. By then end you're not too sure why things were happening. Not one to go out of your way to see, one for fans of low budget slashers only really!

Dean King

Super Reviewer

An ok horror flick with a few scares, but overall, it's just a cheesey horror film, sorta meant for laughs.

Jacob Palacio
Jacob Palacio

Super Reviewer

Passable post-pub horror. Two fit sisters go on a goodbye roadtrip type thing cos one of them is moving away from their town for a big job in the city. Unfortunately they stumble across Skull City which has some weird supernatural murderous shit going down. If you don't take it seriously this is quite fun with elements of different types of horror and a decent cast including Bill Moseley and Tony Todd, who's brilliant as a mental reverand. Metal fans might also be interested to see Lamb of God frontman Randy Blythe's debut performance as the reverands minion type person. Not bad, not great, just there to pass the time.

Adam M.

Super Reviewer

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