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Plot: Claire and Ryan, a newlywed couple, move into a new house across the country, only to find out that their marital issues are the least of their problems. Unbeknownst to them, Their grim and... Runtime: 87 mins Release Date: 17 Jul 2015
Neville Archambault done a terrific job playing Gerald, the landlord, in this movie! Worth watching and be sure to check out 14 cameras! Some other awesome actors in this film are Brianne Moncrief, PJ Mcabe, etc..The dog Baron is one of my favorites and hes just as good as an actor ; Check it out!
Makes no apologies (by jtindahouse)
The villain in '13 Cameras' reminded me a lot of the villain in 'The Human Centipede 2 Full Sequence ', not just in terms of looks but personality as well. I liked him as an antagonist and I liked this guy too. The thing I liked the most about them ironically, is that there is zero to like about them. You know the second you are introduced to them that they are a bad person who is not to be rooted for. Charming villains have certain things going for them 'James Bond' wouldn't exist without them but there is something about pure, unforgiving evil that is just so <more>
satisfying to watch.'13 Cameras' is a fun movie. It takes itself very seriously, and this is a good thing. I was shocked to see on IMDb that writer/director Victor Zarcoff was on debut here. While the film was far from technically perfect, it was pretty bloody good. The acting was also impressive throughout from the entire cast. The script manages to keep things fresh and exciting for the duration of the run time. Thing's certainly never got stale and you felt a need to know how this was all going to end. All in all this was a very pleasant surprise on a lazy Sunday night.
Smart suspense and social commentary (by christian94)
"13 cameras", having its world premiere at FantAsia in Montreal, I discovered this dark take on the expansion of the world public and now home surveillance & "security" camera market. Ingenious, funny and freighting this horror fare is fairly straightforward but has 2 elements going for it. 1 It focuses on the well written and acted familial drama of a couple with real life-changing and challenging issues. 2 It has a voyeurism background with a choice actor and appropriate filming angles to capture the imagination, instantly instilling discomfort and distress.The <more>
editing and crisp pacing make it move along nicely and the only move you do not want to make is in this house with the "slumlord" watching attentively... Kudos to Victor Zarcoff for building tension and a multi-layered cast of characters in a captivating setting and to the four convincing main actors for bringing us close to the abyss.A sure hit.USA 2015 | 84 mins | FANTASIA INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL | DCP | English
Growing up I always thought that a good ghost story was the scariest thing imaginable in a movie. Slow moving ghosts, creepy things in the mirror, transparent figures in hallways, the usual things that go bump in the night. As I grow older I find myself more and more scared by horror movies that are grounded in reality. Exaggerated as some may be, movies like "Eden Lake" and "Ils" have lasting effects above most horror movies. "Slumlord" is the closest I have came to such intensity this year. It's a small movie that played Fantasia International Film <more>
Festival, and which I believe will make a name for itself before too long."Slumlord" starts with an odd looking landlord looking for surveillance equipment. He buys the most discreet kind of cameras and begins to rig a house with them - before renting it out to a young newlywed couple who are expecting a baby. As Ryan starts cheating on Claire with his assistant Hannah, the marriage begins to crumble. Meanwhile, the landlord becomes more and more obsessed with watching them and goes into their house when they are away. Behind a locked door is a staircase down to a basement that the couple have not seen. A place that only the landlord can get into.From the very first shot, intensity is brewing in "Slumlord". It's the face of Neville Archambault as the landlord. People have been talking about Laurence R. Harvey's character in "The Human Centipede 2" as being a disturbing character, but his character always felt like a parody of the real creepy characters: the kind of character that Neville Archambault portrays to perfection in "Slumlord". Neville Archambault's performance as Gerald the landlord is masterful. It's the subtle things that always keep you on the edge. We don't know what his plans are, or how far he wants to go. Whether he is "just" a strange pervert or a complete psychopath is hard to tell, and in that lies the most disturbing aspect.What sets "Slumlord" apart from many similar horror movies is that beyond the voyeuristic horror plot, is a complete drama movie that actually could have survived on its own merits. Sure, it would have been a bit thin, but I have seen worse cases. The fact that the couple's many problems are a big focus for the majority of the movie makes any scene involving the surveillance cameras and the landlord that much more effective.I can't really say much bad about "Slumlord" at all. There's a predictability that comes with the premise but that's fine - it nails everything else about it so well. At certain times the dialogue felt stilted, but in no way did that lessen the impact."Slumlord" is really well crafted. It's somewhere between "Sleep Tight" and "Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer". Thanks to a few darkly funny moments it helped keeping the movie from being too disturbing. Despite that, it's exceptionally intense. Its voyeuristic plot fits perfectly with where we are as a society today, but obviously a bit more perverted. If you, like me, find horror movies with real villains to be effective then give this a shot.
Stuck with me the entire day (by ParallelFalchion)
I spend my time watching bad horror movies for a good laugh. Me and my friends improper grammar, sorry go to netflix and look for the worst possible story, visuals, and overall effect. But, one day, while browsing, this caught my eye. From the trailer, it genuinely looked suspenseful and interesting. So we thought, why not watch something that looks good? And we were satisfied. The acting was a little bit stale at some parts, but the amount of story was balanced perfectly. Between the couple, and the Slumlord, both received equal screen time. So much so, that I felt wanted to see the other <more>
when another was getting their time in. Overall, I recommend it!