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    The Descent

    A woman goes on vacation with her friends after her husband and daughter encounter a tragic accident. One year later she goes hiking with her friends and they get trapped in the cave. With a lack of supply, they struggle to survive and they meet strange blood thirsty creatures.
    Duration: 99 min
    Quality: HD
    Release: 2005
    IMDb: 7.2
    4.5
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    TJfromcanada Anonymous
    No..She Lived! There is a 2009 part 2 movie to this on here!
    2019-08-19 23:08
    zaccius Anonymous
    they all die
    2019-04-06 03:04

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  • Actors of "The Descent"

  • Characters of "The Descent"

    Sarah. Character of The Descent
    Juno. Character of The Descent
    Beth. Character of The Descent
    Played by: Alex Reid
    Rebecca. Character of The Descent
    Played by: Saskia Mulder
    Sam. Character of The Descent
    Played by: MyAnna Buring
    Holly. Character of The Descent
    Paul. Character of The Descent
    Played by: Oliver Milburn
    Jessica. Character of The Descent
    Played by: Molly Kayll
  • Directors of "The Descent"

    Neil Marshall. Director of The Descent
    Neil Marshall
    Birthdate: 25 May 1970, Newcastle upon Tyne, England, UK
  • Creators of "The Descent"

    Neil Marshall. Director of The Descent
    Neil Marshall
    Birthdate: 25 May 1970, Newcastle upon Tyne, England, UK
  • Critic Reviews of "The Descent"

    TIME Magazine
    October 15, 2008

    Marshall could very well be the Caravaggio of the B-movie.

    Chicago Reader
    September 24, 2007

    This intermittently effective UK horror thriller carefully establishes the psychological relationships among the women, then squanders this calibrated and generally plausible setup with a series of crude, implausible, and scattershot horror effects.

    AV Club
    August 05, 2006

    The Descent sustains a level of intensity that most horror films can barely muster for five minutes.

    USA Today
    August 04, 2006

    For my money, [the] first 20 or so minutes are the best in the film. Once the real adventure gets underway in the cave, things get less interesting.

    Toronto Star
    August 04, 2006

    While the movie has wonderful moments of unmotivated tension that make sure we're quite ill at ease from the beginning, it's also got a few too many of the kind of cheap boo-scares that indicate a director not fully trusting his grip on you.

    Seattle Times
    August 04, 2006

    Tight shots of women desperately wriggling through worm holes or teetering on a ledge overlooking an abyss create a claustrophobic effect, one that leaves the characters gasping for air and the audience breathing shallower.

    Cinemaphile.org
    July 31, 2014

    Here is a movie so precise and cautious with its material that every moment, every suggestion or action, becomes an experience that involves us to alarming lengths.

    Radio Times
    October 06, 2013

    Super-scary and vicious, both psychologically and physically, this cleverly produced chill-ride is edgy British horror at its very best.

    Total Film
    October 10, 2012

    Tense, gory and masterfully malevolent.

    Suite101.com
    September 25, 2010

    Although Neil Marshall's attempt to justify the U.S. ending is admirable, the original ending is the only way out - providing a chilling bookend to a motif and suggesting what seems like cerulean-tinged peace is actually the solitary solace of madness.

    Kinetofilm
    January 31, 2010

    Director Marshall has obviously kept his DVD player spinning for days studying all of the classics and simply taking everything he needed like a Vanilla Ice "Under Pressure"

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