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Entrance (2012)





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Entrance is a riveting new psychological thriller from newcomers Dallas Hallam and Patrick Horvath, exploring the thin line between anxiety and naked horror in the life of Suzy (Suziey Block), a young woman in Los Angeles who can't get comfortable in her own skin. A loner who wallows in nostalgia and finds herself wandering aimlessly through life in the city, she can't shake the gnawing suspicion that a true menace grows just outside her field of vision. As she scrambles to take control of her life, her anxiety rises to a fever pitch that boils over into a waking nightmare. -- (C) IFCmore
Rating: Unrated
Genre: Drama, Horror, Mystery & Suspense
Directed By: ,
Written By: Dallas Richard Hallam, Patrick Horvath, Karen Gorham, Michelle Margolis, Suziey Block
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On DVD: Sep 17, 2012
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Critic Reviews for Entrance

All Critics (5) | Top Critics (1)

Full Review… | January 22, 2013
Top Critic

A deliberately paced indie offering that bills itself as a psychological thriller but is actually an aimless tone piece about twentysomething emotional dislocation that only in its final reel leaps somewhat clumsily into genre-oriented skirmish.

Full Review… | July 29, 2012

Proving that small of means does not equate to slight of impact, "Entrance" is a shrewdly distressing knockout.

Full Review… | May 18, 2012

Almost aggressively slow to begin with, but be patient.

Full Review… | May 7, 2012

Full Review… | January 22, 2013
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Audience Reviews for Entrance


Extremely slow burn. Good ending but not sure if the first 60 minutes was even worth that ending.

Leina Rodriguez

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I am completely baffled by any praise it may receive because this is a film that does not work at all. The filmmakers are apparently trying to simulate real life by making the depiction of the protagonist's life dull and monotonous, but real life is far more interesting. Hell, just watch anybody's home movies and you're sure to find interesting people and dialogue that puts this lifeless assembly of cardboard cutouts to shame. There is a whole lot of nothing going on in this movie. Endless shots of people feeding their dogs and scrubbing toilets. The last half of the movie is the only half of the movie in which anything of consequence actually happens but it lacks the desired impact because we don't care about anyone involved. We don't care because we never got to know any of these people despite the fact that we were subjected to them for the first hour or so. They are such dullards, they hardly speak more than a few syllables, and they don't seem to have any interests beyond being an object in the movie. I was bored to death by the pretentious artsy quality. Lots of shaky cam for no apparent reason than to scream at the audience: "look, we're real!" I hated this movie. It is inept!

Philip Zamora

Yes, it seems slow and dull and where are we going with this, but it powerfully delivers on the methodical buildup of a sense, a feeling that something truly horrific is about to happen to this lovely, very nice girl. Wow! Looking forward to the next flick from these folks. The lead actress is wonderful.

Frank Rizo

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