Ogre (2008)



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A forgotten town harbors a horrible secret that's discovered by a group of teens seeking to unlock the mysteries of the past. Somewhere, in the woods surrounding a remote village, a temperamental ogre waits for his next victim. When four teens in search of a cursed village arouse the ogre's attention, their discovery of a shaky true between the beast and the local population threatens to spell doom for all involved.

Rating: R
Genre: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Horror
Directed By:
Written By: Chuck Reeves, Chuc Reeves
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On DVD: Mar 31, 2009


as Henry Bartlett

as Hope Bartlett

as Franklin

as Giles

as Lawrence

as Matthew

as William

as Daniel

as Quincy's Daughter
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A group of teens find themselves in ogre their heads. No? :( In order to save themselves from a plague, a small town in the 1800s decide to create a magical pact with a hungry ogre. Each year the town sacrifices one resident to save themselves from the plague, but they also never age, and can never leave the town. Now present day, a group of teens stumble across the town and accidentally unleash the ogre. This isn't exactly original entertainment, but it does include some above par acting, courtesy of the likes of Katherine Isabelle, famous for her stints in Ginger Snaps movies. The dialogue isn't cringe worthy either, which makes a change. The ogre itself actually looked pretty cool as far as I'm concerned. certainly not realistic, but it had a sense of vulnerability which meant it wasn't the usual complete human destroyer. This certainly makes me feel more comfortable approaching the rest of Stephen R. Monroe's work.

Luke Baldock

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..Huh. This was interesting.

Jacob Palacio
Jacob Palacio

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A big, big surprise to me. Despite the abysmal CGI of the titular monster, the rest of this movie was engaging, original, well done, and had great acting! This village sacrifices one member of itself every year to the Ogre, and they are safe from it's wrath, and are given immortality within the borders of the village. Some teens on a supernatural hike (they are looking for supernatural places and such) stumble upon it, and cause a stir in the order of things, and one unknowingly (in a only slightly cliched bit) unleashes the ogre to terrorize the village for the day. Kathrine Isabelle, Ginger from Ginger Snaps, plays one of the leads, and I god, I love her. All the other actors acquit themselves admirably as well. What an awesome surprise, although I was a little disappointed it was "soo-bad-it's-good", but this is much better.

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