Vile (2011)

Written by Eric Jay Beck and Rob Kowsaluk. Directed by Taylor Sheridan.

Starring Eric Jay Beck, April Matson and Akeem Smith.

Plot: A hitchhiker kidnaps and drugs a group of friends, when they wake up they find that in order to escape they have to cause extreme pain to each other and themselves.

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My sister thinks this is the worst movie she has ever seen and whoever made it is sick! She doesn’t say that often but this time she means it. It literally made her shake it is so disgusting. Things like this aren’t even scary to her just disgusting. This movie single-handedly guaranteed she will never watch another torture movie again. She would have turned it off if not for me.

I on the other hand found the concept to be interesting, though it could have been done better. I wanted more of an explanation for the whole thing and I only liked one person. This was for me a pretty well made movie but not re-watchable, kind of a one and done deal. I know this movie isn’t for everyone but the acting was good and it does cause a reaction so I say give it a chance, Tara gave it a zero but i gave it a 49/100.

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About DJVoorhees13

1. If I could manage it, I'd love to learn a new language. 2. My favorite piece of clothing is my Philadelphia Eagles tee shirt. 3. The fictional place I'd most like to go to is the Starship Voyager so I could explore space. 4. I once spent exactly 6 hours (no more, no less) working at a Burger King. 5. If making people laugh were a sport, I'd win the gold every time. 6. My favorite drink is Yoo-Hoo. 7. The best non-horror movie I've seen recently is Wonder. I loved the book, too. 8. My favorite bands are the Beach Boys and The Monkees. I've even seen The Monkees in concert. 9. Danny Trejo is my idol. He's overcome so much and he's super nice in person. 10. The most heartwarming thing I've ever seen is this old couple in the doctor's office. They were poking each other playfully and their love just filled the room.
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