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A good horror + a good comedy = Great Movie
A notch above the usual thriller fare.
This was a very awesome movie to watch
The characters can be quite unpleasant but the actors make everything really fun to watch, as the movie flirts with absurdity to the point of hilarious (especially when family secrets come up in the most bizarre situations) and offers us enough tension to compensate for its silliness.
A misunderstood film with hints of dark comedy that will detour you into your own imagination.
Starts out really promising, but the awful screenplay and the uneven and misguided comedic tone of the film weighs the entire movie down, even if the ending "resolves" everything.
The worst horror film I have ever seen. :(
I'm rather a fan of low budget Independent horror flics and this one was rather GOOD! It might not be the most original film but it does have a interesting story, decent acting and a good twist ending!
Dead End is truly one of those movies that requires multiple viewings in order to appreciate fully. Although the acting and plot are seasoned lightly with flaws, the premise is both attention catching and solid. Every character has his or her own back story, and these all have gritty substance that ends up playing off the others like gears in a grandfather clock. Dead End CAN be predictable. The best thing you can do is simply wind it up and let it run its course.
Kind of feels like a mixture of other films that were done before. Aside from the acting of Ray Wise (father in Twin Peaks) as the determined father slowing cracking , the movie isn't that memorable.