DVD Terrible Angels

DVD Terrible Angels
DVD Terrible Angels

Rating: 6.9
Genres: Mystery | Thriller
Director: Anthony Pierce
Writers: Anthony Pierce
Stars: Una Jo Blade, Michael Madsen, Hank Cartwright
Storyline
Detective Ben Nolan is sent to investigate the story of a convicted prostitute and known drug dealer Linda Grossel. Linda explains that she was kidnapped and held captive for weeks. As the investigation unfolds, Linda’s sanity is put to question, leaving Ben to decide whether to go on with the investigation or leave Linda to the fate of the prison system. Written by Anonymous
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Country: USA
Release Date: 15 October 2013 (USA)

4 Comments

  1. This movie, although the name, does not focus on supernatural creatures and either gore or trash violence

    What we have here is a good work that develops the mistakes committed by a mother that despite love her sons have a lot's of troubles with her drug addicted lifestyle.

    We see a protagonist that seems to understand her mistakes according as her mind and body are pull at the edge of what she can take.

    Good work of almost unknown Una Jo Blade and with a good director this movie shows a lot more that you probably expect.

    8/10

  2. No doubt in my mind there are some very sick cookies in this mad world of ours…we only have to see the "Saw" films 1-6 which were horror in the extreme…and so we now deal with "Terrible Angels" OK so it's certainly not for the faint hearted, within the first few minutes when you see someone buried underground with a tube for water and food…you just know this could give you nightmares, especially when we have just seen "The Raven" and the Edger Allen Po story dealing with the live burial of his lady friend…anyway "Terrible Angels" is far from a fast paced thriller…it drags on until we see Linda Grossel (Una Jo Blade) get kidnapped,she ends up as a prisoner with a wire rope and chain around her neck in some wooded area away from the civilisation…worse still there are tubes out of the ground, then the horror of people underground in coffins, they beg her for water…begging to be let out…the horror continues, backwards and forwards to her whilst being interviewed….she recalling what has happened to her…disbelief from her interrogator Ben Nolan(Michael Madsen)…this film is certainly thought provoking, and although she gets away, twice I will not actually spoil the ending, for this was just so unexpected it will leave you just asking "What the hell is this all about?" there are some sick cookies as previously mentioned that can write this stuff…if it is supposed to be based on real life God help us (if he exists at all?)

  3. Initially, this movie caught my attention due to the cover/poster and it's title. Then I was a bit intrigued about how little was written in regards to the plot summaries. So I decided to find out for myself!

    There were a couple of points where it dragged a little and I almost stopped watching, but I am really glad that I watched it to the end!

    For those of you who are looking for gore, this isn't for you… for those of you looking for standard horror/thriller clichés, you won't find what you're expecting. But for those of you who can truly stand in front of a mirror and be honest with yourself about what and who you see in that reflection, then you'll appreciate every moment of this movie!

  4. By about 25 minutes in I knew what was going on.. but I was still entertained!

    It was a really slow start but then after 15-20 minutes it started getting a lot better.. You really should stay through until the end though if you haven't figured things out 25-30 minutes in like I did.

    I also have no idea what I could compare this to either, it is a bit unique to me which is why I I was entertained.. I like originality.. so if you can sit through the slow start without giving up like one of the other reviewers then you'll probably enjoy it.

    I would have rated it higher if it weren't for some bad acting moments and the really slow start.

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