Reviewed byjlrabyVote: 8/10/10
"The Warning" is a creepy, but fun ride that proves "You can't go backhome." Summer Moore plays Taylor Skye, a bitchy TV reporter whose maingoal in life is to become famous. She returns to her hometown ofManitou Springs, Colorado, once labeled "The Satanic Capital of theWestern World." There she teams up with her high school sweetheart andher "wannabe" best friend to investigate an urban legend that she hopeswill make her a TV celebrity. They interview a host of local weirdosand relatives of persons gone missing during the "Satanic Panic" of thelate 1980's. Exploring the surrounding wilderness in search of evidenceof current Satanic worship, they encounter strange happenings that leadup to a dramatic climax.
Good recipe for thrills and chills, with a dash of "campiness" andcomedy. Guaranteed to keep you out of the woods after dark!
Reviewed byianVote: 3/10/10
I mean, really? Surely if you want to make a new horror film you bringsomething to the table with you. Something inventive, original,creative, interesting. In short, something new. What you should not dois rearrange the leftovers of past classic horrorfests and present themas your own.
Here we have just that. Bitchy TV reporter, her dogsbody of anassistant and a cameraman proceed into the wild to track down a rumoredSatanic cult. Surrounded on all sides by dangerous horror movie clichésthey struggle through to the heart of darkness only to find .... butI'll leave that for you to discover. I had to suffer this tripe, nowit's your turn! Best thing by far about the movie is the delightfulTiffany Joy Williams. Great looks and a capable actress, this girlcould go a long way. I'm looking forward to seeing her again in filmsthat allow her to better show her talents.
Reviewed bytempeststudioVote: 10/10/10
I was lucky enough to catch an early screening of this and I was veryimpressed. A bitchy TV reporter returns to her hometown to shoot apilot for a reality show investigating a local Satanic Cult. She dragsher two best friends along and soon they are deep in the woods andcompletely out of their element.
The three leads are engaging and the mythology of the satanic cult wasinteresting and suitably creepy. I won't give anything away but thefinal act was extremely tense and genuinely had me on the edge of myseat. Good stuff! If you're a fan of found footage movies I definitelyrecommend it.
Determined to get ahead in the competitive world of TV journalism, a woman investigates a local legend of people vanishing at the hands of a satanic cult but finds that she herself becomes the hunted.