Cry Wolf (2005)
Average Rating: 3.9/10
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Fresh: 10 | Rotten: 35
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Average Rating: 4.4/10
Critic Reviews: 11
Fresh: 4 | Rotten: 7
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A big lie told in fun has deadly consequences in this horror story. A group of students at an exclusive private school decide to have some fun by creating an urban legend and seeing how far it will spread. When a woman is murdered not far from the school's campus, the students create an elaborate mythology about a serial killer known as "the Wolf," whose motives and methods would make him a likely culprit for the recent crime. However, when other people begin dying at the hands of "the Wolf,"
Sep 16, 2005 Wide
Dec 20, 2005
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After so many years of memorable horror villains, what's particularly terrifying about some dude with a neon-orange ski mask and a ratty camouflage jacket?
Not only is it kind-of-sort-of-almost good, but it's also arguably the best horror movie in theaters right now -- thanks to a decent script with a couple of great twists.
The movie consistently keeps us guessing, right up to its twisty, satisfying finish.
It attempts to be taken as a slasher film but it's not a slasher whatsoever, it's a gigantic tease.
Cry Wolf is certainly an impressive calling card for its co-writer/director Jeff Wadlow, even if ultimately it is too derivative to qualify as something to howl about.
Mergulha nas velhas perseguições de sempre, sendo ainda mais prejudicado pelos diálogos pavorosamente ruins.
To help suspend disbelief, here's a tip--try watching it through gauze.
Aside from leading lady Lindy Booth and a directorial style that screams for a smarter screenplay, there's very little here that'll thrill the horror hounds and/or the gore gourmets.
Here's a little movie that should have thriller aficionados licking their chops.
Is there anything scarier than a threatening text message? Sure: Werewolves, vampires, killer diseases, and comedies written by and starring Jenny McCarthy come immediately to mind.
You know you're in trouble when Jon Bon Jovi is the most impressive actor in the bunch.
Rumors of the slasher genre's death have not been greatly exaggerated, if this Chrysler Million Dollar Film Contest winner is any indication.
another case of a modern thriller where we are expected to accept too many silly things
Like, no one would wonder why it's not on the news or something if some guy was going around murdering everyone! LOL!
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