Horror • R • 2012 • 1 hr 28 min
Why does this get such bad reviews? It nails the atmosphere, tension, and scares, and its characters feel like real people in real danger.
Ahhh was a little underwhelming, I expected some more weird mutants. Characters were kind of shallow
I’ve seen worse, but you’re given no reason to really care about these characters so whether they live or die is trivial.
This sucked hard. What a waste of a good setting.
What an amazing setting and premise for a horror movie that is completely and absolutely fumbled and wasted on this lazy, dumb flick.
The concept for this was so poorly executed, they had such great potential and squandered it
A original location for an horror movie, it's a shame that awful finale.
Great horror flick! Nothing to deep, but I really enjoyed it and would watch again, on a lazy afternoon...
Una película sumamente aburrida y con poco o nada realmente de terror. Entretenida talvez, pero olvidable.
A jump scary but still a huge let down. They got the rights to film at Chernobyl and made this...
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