Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
Actors: Jeff Blum, Greyson Chadwick, Brit Morgan
Director: Paul Etheredge
Genres: Horror, Science Fiction & Fantasy
The digital series originally created for FearNet as a movie! It begins with a terrifying darkness, the sound of staccato breathing, spurts of weeping, and the horrifying screech of fingernails against metal. Someone is bu... more »
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Derek B. from LINDSBORG, KS
Reviewed on 12/14/2011...
If you find yourself owning this movie then go ahead and just throw it in the trash. This movie is an absolute waste of time. It's as if a middle school student wrote this. The acting is on par with an elementary school play, the story is more predictable then the tides and the story is just stupid. These characters do not act like human beings. "Oh I just saw my friend kidnapped via our web cam, but I'm not going to call the cops I'm going to do a webcast about how I'm not sure why she wont return my phone calls" YOU WATCHED THE KIDNAPPING!!!!! CALL THE FREAKING COPS!!!!!! Seriously she never calls the cops she just keeps wandering around acting like a whack job. Lets not also forget the brother who thinks she is crazy despite the evidence showing the kidnappings. Do not ever watch this movie. If I could rate this any lower I would.
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Not missing much
N. Durham | Philadelphia, PA | 12/02/2007
(2 out of 5 stars)
"Buried Alive revolves around a group of college kids who soon learn that the demonic spirit of a woman murdered in their vacation house is out for blood, and guess who's in her axe-wielding sights? Robert Kurtzman, best known as partner to gore effects gurus Greg Nicotero and Howard Berger (hence, KNB Effects) and the original scripter for From Dusk Till Dawn, directs Buried Alive, and sadly it comes off as another derivative, uninspired slasher flick that provides little in the way of scares or suspense. The acting is atrocious and the story is cliche and oh so predictable (for the most part), but Buried Alive does have a few good moments of note, including some nifty gore effects and a small role from Saw's Tobin "Jigsaw" Bell, who himself up's the creep factor just by appearing on film. All in all, Buried Alive may be worth a look for die hard slasher fans, but those that don't see it won't be missing much at all either."
Brian Lueth | Chicago, IL United States | 09/10/2009
(1 out of 5 stars)
"Buried Alive is idiotic. Period. I'm not even sure where to begin so I'll just start with the obvious stupidity like the cliché characters. We've got the druggie slacker, the jock, the beotch, the nerd, the slut and the one and only chick that JUST SO HAPPENS to be schooled in the fine art of Native American totems and ancient evil. Did I mention there's also a "Crazy Ralph?" Well, there is, Tobin Bell plays a sinister old prospector/caretaker that warns the group about evil, makes lewd comments and threatens the guys with bodily harm.
The dialogue was just plain bad, the banter bordered on nonsensical and some of the "back story" like the druggie slacker's need for medication and the druggie slacker's incestuous connections with his cousin (the beotch). This was a poorly written script, no doubt about it.
About midway through the film I realized there were only two things that could possibly keep this film from being the worst film in Robert Kurtzman's filmography...nudity & gore. Unfortunately...the gore was sparse and, while there was nudity, it could have been a higher quality nudity.
In other words...Buried Alive failed. Even when they could have succeeded in the lowest common denominator category...they failed at that as well. The story was convoluted and goofy, it took way too long to get some real murderous mayhem and the finale was a rushed let down."
OK for amusement only
K. Leonard | Birmingham, AL USA | 08/04/2009
(3 out of 5 stars)
"Campy horror film, only bought film because jigsaw from saw was in it. The killings were average. The ending could have been better, it made the film seem unfinished."