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Critic Reviews for Beneath
Whatever tension the pic manages to build ... is mostly undercut by the recurring appearance of the fish and by the generally overemphatic performances of the human cast ...
As shrill as it often is, the film's situational peril makes otherwise unlikable characters sympathetic, or maybe just sympathetic enough.
A proudly lowbrow, low-budget monster movie that sees nothing wrong with the cheap-and-dirty shortcuts of yesteryear.
The title doesn't just refer to what lurks in the lake's still water. It's a guide to where Beneath's substance lies, the acid heart inside its plastic chest.
Audience Reviews for Beneath
A not entirely original thriller that takes place almost exclusively on a small boat, Beneath features a terribly cheesy looking monster but does manage to take the group of victims to some genuinely dark places before the end. A film that believes itself to be a moral drama far above its station, Beneath aspires to be more than it is yet still manages to be a relatively entertaining and brutal little horror film....
This move was pretty predictable and though it was made in 2014, I think I had seen this film already in the 80's and the 90's and feel like Mr King himself wrote a short story like this...
Like Hitchcock's Lifeboat, except with the unsatisfied wish that every character die immediately. Also fish puppets.
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