Walled In

Walled In

  • Walled In
    2 minutes 9 seconds
    Added: Apr 28, 2010


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Walled In Reviews

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Super Reviewer

April 23, 2010
The only scary parts was when Sam Walczak (Mischa Barton) got lost in dark on 8th floor and hearing voices. But other than that, this wasn't that much scary. The starting was great enough to make you want to watch the rest. I don't know whether it's me that thinks Mischa's acting was so-so in this movie. The story was okay. Not a waste of time but not that great either.
Dean !

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July 28, 2010
Based on a bestselling French novel apparently. I have to say I was disappointed with this. It sounded like a great setting for a horror film with a good back story. However it just slowly plods on to the conclusion, some of the dialogue was pretty bad I have to add. Not sure how Mischa Barton got talked into this.

Super Reviewer

December 22, 2009
It is such a shame directors are running out of Ideas.
_kelly .

Super Reviewer

August 27, 2009
I really like the concept of this film. The art direction is stunning and the cinematogrphy is great. Its biggest flaw is that it isn't scary. Its dialogue is pretty terrible and the plot uses many cheap twist tricks that any audience member will see coming. Overall, not bad but just not good enough to warrant a whole-hearted recommendation.

Super Reviewer

May 29, 2009
Not too terrible. For the most part though, it's a 1.5 hour Mischa Barton strip tease.

Super Reviewer

May 25, 2009
This is a Psycho Thriller, and Gilles Paquet Brenner the Director posses the thoughts of a Modern Era Alfred Hitchcock, you see it thought the movie. I enjoyed this Anchor Bay Movie. Cameron Bright plays the part he plays best after all he posses the eye's and the look, any of you who have this know what I am talking about. Misha Barton plays the part of the supervisor who is to demolition of the mysterious Malestrazza Building. The Builder Malestrazza entombed people in this building. The opening scene where a little girl is entombed in cement is enough to keep you glued to your seat. (1 Minutes of Suspense. Enjoy it and add it to your collection, Oh yea 5 Stars for sure.
Jacob P

Super Reviewer

October 16, 2011
A very awesome horror flick with good scares and blood throughout. Also a very good story.

Super Reviewer

June 24, 2010
In the opening sequence we witness a small child trapped between four walls, screaming her lungs out whilst cement slowly fills up her concrete grave. Fast forward 15 years later to Sam Walczak (Mischa Barton) who is a freshly graduated engineer and the heiress of her family's demolition company. Her father offers her the opportunity to be in charge of her very own project: organizing and supervising the demolition of a remote and sinister apartment building, originally designed by the notoriously eccentric architect Joseph Malestrazza. (Pascal Greggory)

Upon arriving there she finds that the massive concrete crypt is not entirely empty. Caretaker Mary (Deborah Kara Unger), her teenage son Jimmy (Cameron Bright) and two others are still living there although they've received eviction notices. Mary lodges Sam in apartment 208 that is furnished since the former dwellers have never collected the furniture. Sam is haunted during the nights by ghostly noises, halls that are lined with secrets and upon investigation comes to the horrifying realization that the location may very well be haunted by the past inhabitants who were entombed within its walls. (The building itself is riddled with hidden passageways, labyrinths, doorways that lead to bricks and mortar, and has windows you definitely don't want to open.)

Based on the best-selling French novel Les Emmurés by Serge Brussolo, the movie starts off really great but then gets absurd, disjointed, bland and predictable plodding along to an ending that is so incredibly dumb you have to see it to believe it.

Super Reviewer

May 4, 2009
I was intrigued by the description and was not disappointed, this is a good movie and is worth a watch. It is a thriller that gets your attention and holds it. Give it a watch and see what you think.
ken j

Super Reviewer

February 25, 2009
When a woman who just got done with engineering school takes a job with the family company her first job is to go to a very old building out in the middle of nowhere and get it ready to be destroyed once she shows up there she gets to meet first hand the handful of weird people still living inside when she starts hearing noises she decides to look up the buildings past and turns out it was the series of gruesome murders where the killer trapped them inside the wall of the building now she must turn the tables on this killer that still appears to be around before she ends up a victim herself. i found the story in this movie to be really good the acting was just ok though and the small twist and payoff at the end wasnt that bad worth a watch.
October 3, 2011
One of those movies that has just enough going for it to really make you realize how awful it is.

First and foremost among its shortcomings is its plot line. Starts out at a snails pace, then abruptly splinters off into about 8 other developments. What is so frustrating is that all these plot points pull against each other. None of them are even close to explained, and instead of trying to have them pull in the same direction, each new 'twist' tries to upstage the last, resulting in a big fat jumble of convoluted and inexplicable mess.

The script is painful too. Both in its writing, and in its mannerisms. It clearly does not represent the way people act, speak or interact with each other. On top of the horrible script, the actors do absolutely nothing to help. Instead, they take bad material and drag it down to awful. Cameron Bright might as well be a cardboard box, as thats all he seems capable of playing. The score is underwhelming, and at times overpowering.

There are a few positives. The set design is very good. The building has far more presence than any of the actors and characters. There are a few decent creepy moments (the cement pouring scenes in particular), and Mischa Barton's hotness (although it can't overcome her awfulness as an actress). These positives though are overwhelmed and buried by the permeating suck-tasticness of everything else.
May 22, 2011
I think they put the wrong thing for the type of movie, it wasn't scary at all. but idk there's something about this movie that made me watch it alot . It is one of my fav movies even though it's kinda ..eh.
July 11, 2010
I loved the concept of this movie. A killer builds an incredible building and kills people inside walls with cement. Cameron Bright was great in this movie.
April 24, 2010
Think Micha Barton couldn?t act (or at least was really boring while watching the O.C. this is just as bad. Boring, (I?d rather watch Phone booth again or even worse.. Alone in the Dark) VERY PREdictable & Obviously in no way original thought to this. Not really suspenseful, I basically knew every ?trick? that was going to happen next. The script stunk not even worth a rental (let alone your time) F
March 27, 2010
Walled In starts out well, and it just gets off track as it progresses, at times even to the point of being a bit preposterous. It does create an eerie atmosphere and the performances are good. Effective lighting. Overall it?s not too bad.
February 15, 2010
Mostly a complete waste of time, but it isn't the worst horror movie than I have ever sat through. The story was completely predictable and corny, but the killers got caught in the end.
December 23, 2009
it starts out really good then it really goes out to left field by making it no longer a horror movie into a hostage and survival fil decent acting awesome building weird mother
November 17, 2009
This strange suspense story features a small coterie of really strange characters. At first it seems to hint at the ghostly or otherwise supernatural but it develops into a tale of madness. The end isnt as good as the build up but it is still an engrossing tale and the cast make the most of their mostly twisted characters. Cameron Bright as the kid is especially good, though once again better in the early scenes than in the later ones.
June 5, 2009
This was a pretty good movie in my opinion. Here you have a old historic building, that had 16 bodies in the walls. And theres four people living in it. Then theres Jimmy, the caretakers son. Yeah, he was a pretty weird kid. Haha... yeah just watch the movie. The settings were great.
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