The Crying Dead (2011) 720p

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Adventure | Horror
Frame Rate:
23.976 fps
English 2.0  
Run Time:
77 min
IMDB Rating:
4.3 / 10 
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Directors: Hunter G. Williams [Director] ,

Movie Description:
This film tells the horrifying story of the cast and crew of a new reality TV show investigating the paranormal. When the team is denied access to the Ettersburg hospital, they decide to sneak in and explore at night. Ettersburg hospital, believed to be haunted after the tragic death years before of three young girls burned alive in an apparent accident is to be the pilot episode. What starts out as an uneventful evening exploring the dark halls of the expansive hospital, turns into a fear filled nightmare when one of their team goes missing. As the team separates to search for their missing friend, they find themselves running for their lives as one after the other they fall victim to the hospital and its crying dead.


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If you PAID to see this...YOU will be crying.

WOW!!! This movie is just beating the "found footage" genre into the ground. It's like the filmmakers said,"Did you see "Grave Encounters"?...well...we can make one MUCH MUCH worse!" And DID THEY EVER! I have to admit I have seen WORSE acting in a found footage film,but this lame story has been told a bazillion times,and there is NOTHING original about it. The FX are not SPECIAL at ALL...they are actually at the point of being laughable! When the first "ghost" showed up,I darn near turned the movie off,because I KNEW it wasn't going to get any better.

...I was correct.

A Nice Scare

I recently had the pleasure of screening the found-footage horror film The Crying Dead. When the idea of yet another found-footage horror film comes across there is always a little doubt in whether or not the viewing will be worth the time allotted. Most in the genre are a waist of time and very paint by the numbers.

To my surprise The Crying Dead was the exception. Though much of the plot is predictable the execution is grand. With good writing and directing the story easily flows from one event to the other. As a viewer I was never bored nor restless.

The acting is above average and the actors themselves succeed in portraying believable characters.

The scares are plentiful which makes for a great horror film.

I recommend anyone into good horror movies to give this one a try.

My Two Cents

So I started watching this for the first time this morning. I have to just say right off the bat, anyone who is familiar with the former Linda Vista hospital in Los Angeles then you would immediately recognize the shots outside of the hospital, it's a very iconic building. The same year this movie came out is when AMCAL Multi-Housing Inc. bought the building and renovated it into apartments. That is one of a few reasons why that scene was filmed out back of the hospital, since in this movie the hospital goes by a different name. I kinda giggled when Chris' character said it was "in a remote region of the northern California wilderness".

Yeah The Crying Dead was OK, but I wish someone would really kill (no pun intended) it with a ghost investigation movie.
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