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      All Eyes

      Released Sep 2, 2022 1h 27m Mystery & Thriller List
      Reviews 57% Audience Score Fewer than 50 Ratings A recently-fired podcast host comes across a story that he feels could revitalize his career. The story: a recently widowed farmer claims there is a monster living in the woods behind his farm. The plan: trap and kill the beast. Read More Read Less Watch on Fandango at Home Buy Now

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      Alan Ng Film Threat An exciting and thrilling story of a farmhouse full of booby traps. Rated: 8.5/10 Aug 9, 2022 Full Review Read all reviews

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      Sha C Absolutely did not like this movie. Storyline of it was just ok. Was thinking Don was the clown on the poster on wall from many years ago & maybe that's when he met his wife idk lol BUT I believe the eye monster should of substantially been more apart of the movie. Rated 1 out of 5 stars 06/19/23 Full Review Christian S This movie is a miracle, but not a miracle like the sunrise or even like a car that narrowly avoids hitting you in a crosswalk. This is more like someone spattered a jar of spaghetti sauce all over your living room walls and carpet and in one corner of the room, one part looks a bit like Megatron. There are a few moments of horror done blindingly right. Heck, if you want to watch this movie as a fan of thrillers, stop at the 5 minute mark, because the opening was shockingly fresh and genuinely alarming to watch. But this movie, for its moments that seemed accidentally done well, the context is clumsy and offers nothing to hold onto. Not a truly likeable character, not an interesting setting, and barely a shred of discernable plot. There is a huge push to allow the two main characters to form a begrudging friendship or at the very least respect for each others losses, but that relationship has about the richness of a 3 day old can of La Croix you were sure you'd get back to eventually. Its biggest crime is that the moments that are good are just so damn good. The monster creeping behind a character, a tense moment staring into the trees at night, absolutely done to perfection, only to be immediately brushed off in an attempt to rejoin the story, which in the end the main character's narration even calls out as nonsensical and abjectly pointless without an astronomical leap by the viewer. Rated 2 out of 5 stars 06/22/23 Full Review Zachary S I have mixed feelings about this movie. I really enjoyed the setup. I found the characters mostly interesting with serviceable acting, and in some cases pretty solid by Don's actor. But I feel like around the 45-50 minute mark is when the writers/director didn't exactly know where to take the movie next and it shows. Also this is where the movie's budget REALLY begins to show. I think there was a major event that served no purpose to the overall story and would've been better had it not happened. I think the climax just fell flat overall and the illogical home-alone style booby traps made no sense and show a lack of effort by the writers. In the end, a great buildup and concept with decent acting flopped hard. Not sure if it was just a rush to finish or they ran out of ideas, but it's unfortunate. Still enjoyed overall, but this one missed the mark and fell shy of it's potential. Rated 3 out of 5 stars 05/07/23 Full Review Audience Member Awful writing, pacing, low budget, not scary. If you like hereditary this is not your movie. This is a drama that is neither deep or new. Bad acting, bad story, bad cgi. Just bad. Stay away. Rated 0.5 out of 5 stars 04/16/23 Full Review R Z Sucked. I don't know if it was a parody or just bad. For example they did that trope where a grumpy bad-*ss character softens up and shows a rare moment of vulnerability. But with Don they repeated that "rare" moment like every other scene. Rated 1 out of 5 stars 04/14/23 Full Review Carol L This movie is a sleeping GIANT. Brilliantly conceived and very well acted. Micro budget gold. Horror? Comedy? ? Repo Man vibe, great pacing (holy cow that monster), so many details I missed the first time. If you enjoyed Paradox Lost, you'll love this. The booby traps in the house are outrageously amusing, a farmers house trying to kill a podcaster- I mean, this film deserves a much higher rating. Watch it, and…hopefully the red light won't go on… and summon Bladey! So good! Rated 5 out of 5 stars 03/23/23 Full Review Read all reviews
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      Synopsis A recently-fired podcast host comes across a story that he feels could revitalize his career. The story: a recently widowed farmer claims there is a monster living in the woods behind his farm. The plan: trap and kill the beast.
      Todd Greenlee
      Emily Calhoun, Laurie Cummings, Adam Greenlee, Alex Greenlee, Jeff Greenlee, Lisa Greenlee, Todd Greenlee, Janice Pellam, Tab Pierce
      Alex Greenlee
      Gravitas Ventures
      Production Co
      Homefront Pictures
      Mystery & Thriller
      Original Language
      Release Date (Theaters)
      Sep 2, 2022, Limited
      Release Date (Streaming)
      Sep 2, 2022
      1h 27m
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