Fading of the Cries

2008

Action / Fantasy / Horror

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IMDb Rating 3 10 1605

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Synopsis


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Director

Cast

Ryan Bartley as Anna
Chris Brewster as Creature
Jessica Morris as Malyhne
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855.87 MB
1280*538
English 2.0
R
24 fps
1 hr 33 min
P/S 6 / 18
1.72 GB
1904*800
English 5.1
R
24 fps
1 hr 33 min
P/S 7 / 16

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by suite92 1 / 10

Nonsensical mixture of disparate sub-genres of horror; bad screenplay.

Michael's wife and daughter die in a car crash. Then 14 years go by. However, this point in time is returned to more than once, such as when Maggie introduces very young Sarah to Uncle Michael at Echling Manor.

In the present, bad-tempered, ungrateful teenager Sarah steals some booze and a necklace, gives her mother a hard time, then goes to see her friend and fellow drinker Emily. They drink and talk about how creepy Echling Manor is. That does not last long. The zombie apocalypse arrives in the blink of an eye. Emily gets killed right off the bat.

A young man (I guess) rescues Sarah, and they make their way through small mobs of zombies. These are fast zombies. The young man is even faster with his sword, but he and Sarah have to run to get away from the remaining zombies.

In the past, Michael finds a large, creepy book under a broken floor board in Echling Manor. All this back and forth over 14 years is irritating. Perhaps I'll see the utility later.

Sarah and the young man hole up on the 'old church' which looks absolutely nothing like the rest of the town. They have an incredibly inane conversation filled with bald assertions that often make no sense. The young man finally identifies himself as Jacob. With lines such as 'Hey, I need you to trust me,' and 'The sanctuary has been breached,' I'm hoping the zombies get him first. As well as the zombies, we have a gorilla-Predator-Spiderman cross-match, and hordes of low-flying bats. Sigh.

In the past, Michael reads the journal or whatever. He's tormented by bumps in the night and feelings of doom. He reads the journal (a spell book) and ignores writing his current novel. Eventually, he starts invoking spells. He shows Maggie and Sarah one of the more elementary ones. Unfortunately, it immediately starts warping his ego and ethical sensibilities.

Jacob and Sarah go down the secret exit from the church. The church is one small room, maybe 1000 square feet. Underneath the church is huge, as in hundreds of football fields of area, huge supporting structures, and quite a high ceiling. Sarah meets the necromancer Mathias, who wants the necklace from Sarah's neck. He cannot take it from her, for unknown reasons. Soon Mathias shows up as does an enormous crowd of CGI characters. To escape, they climb a cliff hundreds of feet high. Sure.

Maggie and Jill hide in a closet at home. Maggie hears a noise, and goes to see whether it is Sarah returning. It's not; it's the zombies. Maggie and Jill run for it.

Jacob and Sarah have more run-ins with zombies. They have some quality time together where they discuss the necromancer, the necklace, the book of spells, and the monsters. Jacob lived at Michael's house a bit after Michael. They discuss Sarah's meeting of the necromancer, and the 'Rune of Syirlan,' which Sarah had been wearing as a necklace. Jacob tells her that they've been trailed because she had skin contact with the Run. Sarah tells Jacob that she inherited the necklace from Uncle Michael after he died in Echling Manor. Jacob relates that his parents died soon after they moved into the house a few years later. Also, Echling Manor used to be the necromancer's house. No one else has been welcome since.

In the past, Michael kills the drunk driver who ran down his family. He uses that to bring forth one of the more advanced spells. That is, summoning one of the necromancer's familiars. Then he summons another. Later, when Jacob's family moves into Echling Manor, the servants of the necromancer are all present.

In the present, Sarah and Jacob confront the necromancer too early; Jacob loses his sword and they lose Jill. The necromancer invokes night, and the zombies rise. Jacob goes to meet the necromancer in Echling Manor.

Will anyone get out alive?

-----Scores------

Cinematography: 6/10 Fine most of the time. Occasionally, as in the tombs under the town, the mob made of CGI looks totally fake, which it is. Unfortunately, it's horribly fake. Demerits for shaky camera and out of focus passages.

Sound: 8/10 Well recorded at least, with some reasonably creepy incidental music.

Acting: 2/10 Brad Dourif has been in some bad films over his 38+ years of acting. He has also had many much, much better roles than this; The Lord of the Rings comes to mind. Veteran character actress Elaine Hendrix has had 20 years of better roles in television, plus some movies. The rest of the cast I do not recognise and expect that I never will recognise, since they seem to be non-actors. Hallee Hirsh is a terribly bad actress, and Jordan Andrews is just as useless. Also, the 24-year-old Hirsh (as of 2011) looks much older than her age, and has no business playing a teenager.

Screenplay: 2/10 Yikes. Worse conversation than one would find in a bad original high school play. Bad dialog, horrible exposition, sad logical failures, hundreds of continuity errors. The beginning to middle to end progression goes somewhat well, but the rotten dialog and horrible acting ruin the film.

Reviewed by dctr666 3 / 10

It feels funny...no real opinion

The movie is weird...the "first part" of the movie fails to deliver almost everything...from story,to action...all the scenes are forced and it's not difficult to see the "make believe" in the combat scenes...

The dialogs are bad...they sound like dialogs in a porno movie...better yet, the porno movie Dark Angels 2 works even better has a horror movie (it's about vampires)...

Then we have a "second part"...more or less the last 30 min of the film,maybe a little bit less...the action is more fast paced,and the effects improved a bit....and then, we almost want to see more...just a bit more...

But,in all,the movie lacks almost everything...it steals scenes from other movies,like The Crow, The Returner...and it delivers a somewhat irregular flick...my vote 3 out of 10 just for the last half...

If you don't have nothing better to do...give it a try

Reviewed by captaincameron 2 / 10

Rated K, for Kill Me Now

I always click the "contains spoilers" box, although I always try to avoid actually listing spoilers. But there are no spoilers for this movie. It is spoiled, rotten, and freaking awful. The first stab I took at it only lasted about 20 minutes. I had to stop because my eyes were so tired and bored that they kept trying to reach back and choke my brain. But I'm a movie fan--and a fan of bad movies. So I persevered, and went through the entire film the next time. I would like to save you that pain. Lighting, acting, action--crap. Zombies--wildly inconsistent. There can be the walking dead or the running dead or the MMA dead, but pick a zombie plague and be done with it. My advice: Given the option between watching this movie and voluntarily becoming a member of the zombie horde, you can best serve humanity by choosing the latter.

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