Don't Look Down (1998)

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Movie Info

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 the edge? With the name Wes Craven in the film's title, that question virtually answers itself. Don't Look Down first aired October 29, 1998, on ABC.
Rating:
NR
Genre:
Art House & International , Drama , Mystery & Suspense
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Studio:
Craven-Maddalena Films

Cast

Megan Ward
as Carla
Terry Kinney
as Dr. Paul Sadowski
Angela Moore
as Jocelyn
Kate Robbins
as Hallie
Bob Morrisey
as Detective Yerxa
Zachary Lee
as Daniel
Benz Antoine
as Luther
Britt McKillip
as Young Rachel
Carly Mc Killip
as Young Carla
Carly McKillip
as Young Carla
John Treleaven
as Senator Billings
Maria Herrera
as Dr. Hagerty
Klodyne Rodney
as Librarian
John Innes
as Minister
Brent Sheppard
as Man in Elevator
Dean Wray
as Shag
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Critic Reviews for Don't Look Down

All Critics (2)

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May 8, 2007
Reel.com

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

April 28, 2003
Apollo Guide

Does for Wes Craven movies what Psycho did for showers.

October 22, 2002
Filmcritic.com

Audience Reviews for Don't Look Down

DON'T LOOK DOWN is hilariously terrible. The performances are over the top, the characterizations and plot are a joke, and there isn't anything remotely scary about it. Watch it with some friends. Create a drinking game. Just don't expect to be afraid or emotionally invested.

Jane Lane
Jane Lane

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.

Amanda Hendsbee
Amanda Hendsbee

You really hate these movies. You have Wes Craven's name in the title so you expect something good. But he was just a producer. Typical therapy group, members bumped off one at a time fare. Not really suspenseful and no kill scenes shown. Which is a deathblow to this type of film. While watching it I couldn't help but feel like I was watching your typical movie you'd catch playing on Cinemax at indescript times.

Phil Hatch
Phil Hatch

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