The Cellar



Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 28%
IMDb Rating 6.1 10 102

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April 13, 2022 at 08:59 PM


Elisha Cuthbert as Keira Woods
Eoin Macken as Brian Woods
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867.53 MB
English 2.0
24 fps
1 hr 34 min
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1.57 GB
English 2.0
24 fps
1 hr 34 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by kosmasp 8 / 10

Xaos - if you dig it

If you are familiar with the Greek language or I guess hebrew sign language, you may be able to see some red flags ... or whatever you would want to call them. Before you buy a house you should definitely check what happened there ... no one seems to be doing that in movies ... ok I kind of half kid - I mean we wouldn't get any movies done otherwise, right? Rhetorical question and all that.

The movie did surprise me however. I did not expect much and the way it started it seemed to fit into the pattern I imagined this to be. But then it does turn out to be something really interesting and good. The story is tight and it concentrates on what is important. There are still the usual tropes and cliches that have to be checked of course. But still if you are not too nitpicky, the movie offers a lot here. Some may even compare certain things and moods to classics like The Beyond.

And then the ending that will "reward" the viewer for having stayed on ... hopefully. Because I would understand if some felt it was a bit too much. Not me and a friend I can assure you. Watch at own peril.

Reviewed by rafael-05759 10 / 10

Elisha Cuthbert is the SCREAM queen

Elisha Cuthbert is a born SCREAM queen! She gave us an another great performance. She's a horror icon! It's a great horror movie. The story holds you from start to finish.

Reviewed by Pairic 7 / 10

Maths Madness

The Cellar: A family move into an isolated Irish Manor house, as could be expected the teen daughter Ellie (Abby Fitz) isn't enamoured with the change. Things take a turn for the strange when Ellie disappears in the basement while on the phone to her mother Keira (Elisha Cuthbert). The cellar itself exudes creepiness and Ellie had already been trapped there when the door jammed. We are off on a journey through possession, the opening of gates between dimensions and the discoveries of 12th century alchemists. But the Demon and supranatural effects in this case are summoned up by abstruse mathematical formulae. In the name of Schrodinger I compel thee! Some good shock scenes but most of the horror here is psychological. A bit uneven, at it's worst when dealling with Keira's viral marketing campaigns but returns to the promise of the opening when Keira meets the previous owner of the house as the narrative moves on to a cataclysmic finale. Written and Directed by Brendan Muldowney. 7/10.

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