BelowBelow tells the story of a United States Navy submarine that experiences a series of supernatural events while on patrol in the Atlantic Ocean in 1943. For the shell-shocked crew, it is a journey into the sensory delusions, mental deceptions and runaway fear that lurk just below the surface of the ocean and deep inside the human psyche.
Actors of "Below"
Characters of "Below"
Directors of "Below"David TwohyBirthdate: 18 October 1955, Los Angeles County, California, USA
Creators of "Below"Lucas SussmanDarren AronofskyBirthdate: 12 February 1969, Brooklyn, New York City, New York, USA
Critic Reviews of "Below"Atlanta Journal-ConstitutionNovember 04, 2002
The film has enough spooky momentum and good actors to keep it going.Washington PostOctober 18, 2002
An enjoyable, if occasionally flawed, experiment.Washington PostOctober 18, 2002
It's not original enough.Seattle TimesOctober 18, 2002
Alive with creepy, menacing flair.San Francisco ChronicleOctober 18, 2002
Twohy's overwrought, comic-book theatrics work against him, as does the hokey script.Houston ChronicleOctober 18, 2002
The reason Below gets beneath your skin is that the scriptwriters know what most current horror filmmakers never learned: Fear is an emotion, not a visceral response.Cinema CrazedApril 29, 2009
We get the sense that Twohy wants to push this movie to the limits but eases up in the last minutes and tends to resort to old horror clichés...TheMovieReport.comJanuary 27, 2009
A subtly eerie mood piece.eFilmCritic.comMarch 31, 2004
A well-crafted and criminally underrated Underwater Ghost Story.Cinema em CenaMarch 02, 2004
O roteiro tem sua parcela de furos e absurdos, mas a boa direção de Twohy consegue manter o clima de tensão por boa parte do tempo.Movie GurusSeptember 24, 2003
An underappreciated little film that would go down well as part of a triple bill on video for some undemanding entertainment.MovieFreak.comJune 19, 2003
His Below is one of the scariest, most intense ghostly tales in a long time. Yet the ghost in question hardly lifts a finger and the unhinged human protagonists do most of the damage.
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