Don't Look Down (1998)

Don't Look Down





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Traumatized by the death of her sister, who smashed through a loose railing and plummetted down a steep cliff, Carla Engel (Megan Ward) has developed a debilitating fear of heights. On the advice of a therapist, Carla joins a support group consisting of others suffering from acrophobia. Then, one by one, the members of the group are killed--each of them falling to his or her death. A bizarre coincidence? Or is someone deliberately, and literally, trying to literally push Carla completely over … More

Rating: Unrated
Genre: Drama, Art House & International, Mystery & Suspense
Directed By:
In Theaters:
On DVD: Oct 22, 2002
Craven-Maddalena Films



as Carla

as Dr. Paul Sadowski

as Jocelyn

as Detective Yerxa

as Luther

as Young Rachel

as Young Carla

as Young Carla

as Senator Billings

as Dr. Hagerty

as Librarian

as Minister

as Man in Elevator
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Critic Reviews for Don't Look Down

All Critics (2)

I sincerely doubt that Wes Craven even watches the movies he 'presents' these days. Either that or he's gone insane.

Full Review… | April 28, 2003
Apollo Guide

Does for Wes Craven movies what Psycho did for showers.

Full Review… | October 22, 2002

Audience Reviews for Don't Look Down


The "Wes Craven Presents" before the title gave me pause. "Of course it's going to SUCK," it says, "but it might be fun on a so-bad-it's-good level." What it did NOT say was that this was a TV movie, and that any fun in the way of effects or actual scares was not allowed. Instead, it's a melodrama masquerading as a Hitchcock-type thriller. And poorly, at that.

Steve B.

Super Reviewer

This movie is actually really terrible, but in all the right ways. Nobody takes themselves too seriously, the plot is campy and predictable with just enough of a creepy edge to make it interesting, and the effects are so bad they're hilarious. You definitely shouldn't watch this unless you can appreciate a good B movie, but I really enjoyed it.


A little better than average suspense thriller, I feel mislabeled as a horror film. I didn't really see any horror elements in the film. It is reasonably suspenseful, although I was able to figure out "whodunnit" midway through the film. Nice location usage (Vancouver area). Fine acting, not great, but fine.

James Higgins

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