Rites of Spring (2012)
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After kidnapping the nine-year-old daughter of a wealthy socialite and hiding out in an abandoned school, the kidnappers fall prey to a recurring terror in this place, a bloodlust that comes every first day of spring. -- (C) Official Site
Jul 27, 2012 Limited
Nov 27, 2012
IFC Films - Official Site
Skylar Page Burke
Marco St. John
Edward Saint Pe
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The acting is shaky, the scare scenes are fairly stock, and it takes way too long for Reynolds to put all his pieces in play, especially given that the movie doesn't have much of an ending.
What makes Rites of Spring worthwhile is that it plays like a kidnapping caper some slasher happened to slice its way into, which keeps the premise fresh enough to hold down a 90-minute feature.
Between uninspired acting and an almost insultingly underdeveloped script, Wormface and company fail to caputre any originality or creativity
Rites of Spring fuses two durable movie genres together, but neither supplies the requisite chills we demand.
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