Timber Falls (2007)

Timber Falls

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When Mike and Sheryl head out for a weekend of camping in Lake Kumbrabow State Park, a peaceful excursion gives way to sheer terror as Sheryl is brutally abducted by a murderous cult in search of a newborn child. Later, as Mike wanders the woods in search of his missing mate, a mysterious, God-fearing woman offers her hand in help. Little does Mike realize that the outwardly benevolent soul is in fact the very person he should fear most, and by the time he sees Sheryl bound to a table in a dank … More

Rating: R (for strong bloody horror violence, torture, language and some sexuality)
Genre: Mystery & Suspense, Horror
Directed By:
Written By: Dan Kay, Tony Giglio, Daniel Kay
In Theaters:
On DVD: May 13, 2008
Runtime:
Slowhand Cinema

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as Sheryl

as Clyde

as Lonnie

as Jason
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Critic Reviews for Timber Falls

All Critics (10) | Top Critics (1)

Giglio doesn't quite seem able to decide what his tone is, incongruously mixing goofy redneck humor with harrowing scenes of intense pain, but horror fans should dig it nonetheless

Full Review… | December 6, 2007
L.A. Weekly
Top Critic

If you think the adults on Are You Smarter than a 5th Grader are dumb, wait until you meet this couple.

Full Review… | August 2, 2009
Filmcritic.com

This lost-in-the-woods thriller actually holds our interest thanks to good performances from the central duo. Everything else in this film is completely bonkers.

Full Review… | July 28, 2008
Shadows on the Wall

Although clearly derivative, the film works hard to assemble its familiar pieces into something that works in its own right.

Full Review… | July 15, 2008
ESplatter

Not only will you have a pretty good idea from the start what is going to happen to all these 'characters', but, even worse, you will not care when it does. A film so soulless deserves to be confined to DVD hell.

Full Review… | April 22, 2008
Eye for Film

Earns a few points for sheer silliness once Act III rolls around, but you'll have to muddle through a whole lot of familiar tedium to get there. Nice scenery, though.

Full Review… | November 29, 2007

Audience Reviews for Timber Falls

The story is not new: young couple goes hiking on the wrong trail and ends up in trouble. The shape of the trouble is so over the top and unrealistic here that it's hard to take it seriously. Christian fanatics may be a problem in certain parts of the world, but their motifs in catching the couple here lack any logic. It doesn't help that the freak's make up is incredibly silly. There are still moments of excitement and at least our protagonists make a few smart decisions unlike the usual horror thriller victims. So the result is not boring but overall just way too much over the top. It also drags on 15 minutes too long. And even though it doesn't mess up the rather decent ending, the last second scare is so obvious and stupid, you see it coming from a mile away.

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Jens S.

Super Reviewer

½

When I saw it I said it would get 3 stars. But I just don't see the point....cause it wasn't good...you could watch it without getting pissed off....but it wasn't good. And that's what matters....not wrestling...And come on...we could hear the waterfall was fake...

TheGame90
Martin Sahlin

Super Reviewer

½

Actually nothing special in this Movie, but entertaining.

ScoopOnline
Wahida K

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