No Time To Fear (2009)

No Time To Fear
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Strong violence

Director: Michael Korbic
Actors: James DeBello, Francesca Cecil, Louis Mandylor, Daniel Kountz

For a group of life-long friends an overdue camping trip ends abruptly when one of them mysteriously commits suicide after shooting at an ominous statue hidden in the woods. As the remaining four friends try to start a new life they find themselves under assault from an evil spirit that takes the form of its prey. As the friends tragically die one by one they realise something has followed them back from the woods -- something malicious. As the evil spirit spreads mistrust and carnage they must struggle to maintain strength in their friendship if they are to survive. But how do you defeat an evil that cannot be stopped

DVD
Status: Normal
Run time: 71mins
Origin: UNITED STATES
Aspect Ratio: 16:9

Member Reviews (5)

Lloyd
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Not bad but cheaply rips off Mirrors without that films style, class or great actors. The acting is passiable for this low budget kind of film and the actors try hard but the horrible pacing cheapens the film and reduces it to set pieces more so then a storyline. There's some violence but nothing overly gory and I found the evil doubles more interesting then the heroes as they like the Insidous ghosts have a story od their own to tell. A classic twist ending helps a lot. Good but Mirrors was way better.
Posted Sunday, 23 December 2012 See my other reviews
Lea
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Boring, boring could watch it without falling asleep.
Posted Friday, 7 December 2012 See my other reviews
Cockfancier
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This flick is so lame it wouldn't even be picked up by Jetstar as part of their of inflight trash even if the distibutors were giving the rights away. Need I say more. Quite simply the worst film I have seen in many a year. The performances make Steven Seigal's 'acting' look talented by comparison.
Posted Tuesday, 29 November 2011 See my other reviews
mrk
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Not a bad movie 5/10
Posted Tuesday, 25 October 2011 See my other reviews
june
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very slow but worth a watch
Posted Wednesday, 12 October 2011 See my other reviews