The last third of the movie is set in the tunnels with some jumps to the fake interviews with the survivors. The writers did a good job with building the tension but they really screwed up the ending. The last sequence of REC is a really good example of how effective the first person view combined with a night vision camera can be. Sadly The Tunnel exposes all of its flaws. There is a mildly creepy scene involving a policeman and the monster or whatever is hunting them in the tunnels.
It is followed by a lot of running around the tunnels and screaming. And jerky camera movement. But if you are a horror nut like me, you're going to tough it out because you want to see the conclusion. Basically you want to see what exactly is chasing them around the tunnels. You would hope for some kind of an explanation. What is it? How did it get there? Where did it come from? None of those questions are answered. We really don't even get a hint. In a nutshell, this movie has no ending. Its like a murder mystery movie or book that ends without revealing who is the murderer.
Incomplete and thus flawed. You're not gonna see nothing new here, this movie is a bad mix of the Blair Witch, Cloverfield and countless other movies. But that's not what makes the movie bad, there's tons of good movies around that are not exactly original. The acting is very bad, not convincing at all; the two main actors are boring to death and for me they just don't seem to be your usual horror movie type, which makes the movie seem too fake.
But for me the lowest point was the interviews the characters are giving through the movie that makes you already know who died and who didn't, maybe they thought it could be a original idea but it sucks completely. You don't want to know who survived, it's boring to watch a movie already knowing what happens. Plus the interviews are so not believable, they tell the story like they're talking about something like the stock marketing. I could go on and on about how bad this movie.
If you're looking for an awful movie, here it is! Otherwise, don't waste your precious time. Let's try facts instead of paid positive reviewers. You don't know what talking heads are? It's a cheap production technique where all you see is someone's head talking to the camera; often in a monotonic pseudo-documentary style to save a money, cover a lack of the following: acting, sets, props, plot and to lend a deceiving sense of credibility to a story.
The Blair copycat formula of poorly lit places with shaky cameras e. Storyline is of the usual investigators of a make believe or highly exaggerated haunted "whatever" story. This one's a subway. In this case, as is usual, we have normal lighting which seems to randomly switch off followed by viewing through a low light camera. If watching the walls of a subway tunnel is exciting then this is time well spent.
Scary part is always very brief, in this case, just seconds. A very blurry figure that likes to make groaning sounds how creative and snatches someone so quickly it is also just a blur. Ends with usual talking heads' actors telling us how frightening it all was followed by few lines in credits telling us who lives on and who just disappeared.
Another mockumentary.. In my opinion this movie was hardly worth 5 minutes of the time I spent watching it. Very long build-up, which isn't actually building up a lot - certainly not tension or sympathy for the characters. I found it mildly amusing how desperate the movie tries to induce an understanding for the motivations of the protagonists - and utterly fails. The very scarce action is spoiled by a jerky hand-cam, which is definitely not adding to the overall credibility of the storytelling since it is clearly employed to omit any scene that would have cost actual money.
Adding credibility may have also been the idea behind the constant use of annoying effects mimicking a malfunctioning digital camera -they are laughably inauthentic! That at least shouldn't have been hard.. The viewer has a clear idea who will survive in this picture after he's watched the first 20 minutes.. I am a friend of horror movies.
I ain't here to bash a movie because it happens to be a genre I don't like and understand. I really dig indie movies with a shoestring budget: a well- told story doesn't need state-of-the-art effects to support it. The Tunnel is just an uninteresting, amateurishly executed movie, not because but in spite of being an Australian Indie. I learned after watching that it was made available for free.
Well good on them. It's still shite. There are flaws in this movie. Most movies have quite a few. However this movie, with some editing and a little more interaction with "them", could have been amazing. The entire concept of the movie is somewhat derivative.
Its all been done before. But this movie actually has a more modern and polished feel than those. The camera work is spot on, the acting quite good, and the movie is very scary. With all that going for it, the movie is somewhat predictable and formulaic. I gave this movie an 8 out of The movie is flat out freaky. Definitely worth a watch, or like me during parts, worth looking away. The setting was interesting and the initial build up was different and engaging enough to maintain ones attention.
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Fierce sensations from San Francisco band the Tunnel. Three new slabs of moody noise from San Francisco band the Tunnel. These two songs are the first to be written and recorded as a trio with new Tunnel drummer Michael Jacobs pOrch , who transforms the earlier EP's alien machine beats into a much more inviting, dynamic proposition.
This EP is a compilation of six online singles released by San Francisco band the Tunnel over 12 months roughly spanning Each was bashed out and recorded entirely direct by the stripped-down duo of Sam Black bass, electronics and Jeff Wagner voice, guitars.
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