RICH REVIEWS: The Snare (Movie)
In theaters and On Demand January 2017, The Snare!
In theaters and On Demand January 6, writer-director C.A Cooper’s unnerving British horror-thriller The Snare from Uncork’d Entertainment.
Three friends head to the seafront for a drunken weekend, only to be imprisoned on the top floor of their holiday apartment by a malevolent paranormal force.
Eaoifa Forward, Dan Paton, and Rachel Warren star in a spine-chilling supernatural spookfest in the tradition of Evil Dead.
Full Cast & Crew
Eaoifa Forward … Alice Clarke
Dan Paton … Carl Weston
Rachel Warren … Lizzy Abel
Roman Kemp … Jake
Sameera Steward … Forest Woman
Stuart Nurse … David Clarke
Maria Popska … Lost Spirit
Tia Shenton … Forest Child
Fin Banks … Forest Child
Lily-Mae Hebbes … Forest Child
Renate Morley … The Spirit
Nathan Brine … Forest Man
Emma-Marie Cooper … The Ghoul (as Emma Cooper)
Mike Powell … Shopkeeper
Abbie Short … Young Lizzy
Rose Parker … Cherub
Bruno Wraight … Forest Child
Charlotte Parker… Cherub
Arthur Wraight … Forest Child
C.A. Cooper … producer
Anna Drizen … associate producer
Eaoifa Forward … assistant producer
Jack Hennigan … associate producer
The Snare Trivia: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt2935390/trivia?ref_=tt_trv_trv
Rating: 4 out of 5 stars
Run Time: 1 hr. 32 min.
Comments: The opening scenes do set the mood for this movie. They have a disturbing quality to them.
Alice is a beautiful woman. The scenes of her nude in the tube are not sexy even though they do show off her lovely body.
So the three friends Alice, Carl and Lizzy are off together to a holiday apartment.
You do get an odd feeling about Alice right from the start. Her two friends are party animals she though is not and seems so out of place around them.
The imagery is used so well to build suspense. You just know something is going to happen.
The three of them become trapped in the apartment. They are completely cut off from the rest of the world.
Alice starts to see things. Very disturbing things. Something strange and terrifying is going on.
The images or visions Alice sees seem to be becoming more real. The apartment does have a presence.
The movie is engrossing as you watch these three people trying to just survive with next to no food or water.
Alice does fight for her survival.
The ending does leave you wondering was there really something in that apartment?