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Plot: A newlywed couple finds their lake-country honeymoon descend into chaos after Paul finds Bea wandering and disoriented in the middle of their first night. Runtime: 87 mins Release Date: 11 Sep 2014
A very unnerving and brilliantly acted thriller. I've been waiting for a film like this for ages! (by sheliavalerio)
I recently saw this at EFF and I have to write this down to get it off my chest. This is the most disturbing movie I think I have seen since The Shining. The pacing of the movie is perfect to the point where the ending just unnerves the hell out of you. The movie is boosted tremendously by the two leads. The chemistry between these two is undenyingly the strongest point of this film. I've seen Rose Leslie in GoT and she proved her worth in that series as well as this film. I can foresee a very successful career for her and will be keeping an eye on her future works. I was unfamiliar with <more>
Harry Treadway but I will be definitely watching him in the years to come. There are elements of classic horror from the 70s and 80s which I found to be highly effective. I highly recommend this film, for it will sit with you for days to come.
Terrific Horror Gem I stumbled on at the TriBeCa Film Fest by accident this year!! (by pevlcsw)
So......was at the TriBeCa Film Fest last weekend, and boy did I ever see a dandy of a little horror film which will be playing the Film Fest circuit for the rest of the year. It's called "Honeymoon." and the director et. al. have just inked a deal with Magnolia Pics for a release late in the year or early next year. Let's just say that it's easily the best horror film I've seen in the theaters over the last 2-3 years, and I smell a hit. The acting is superb, for one. It features an actress from Game Of Thrones that I quite liked and a very good looking Brit actor, <more>
whom I had the exciting and unexpected pleasure of holding the theater door for at the end of the evening. My friend and I stayed for the Q and A, and I was able to ask the director and co-writer what their primary influences were, as there were clearly some classic horror conventions that were paid homage to. She said the two films she was most influenced by were Polanski in general but especially Ro's Baby "oh, and by the way----there is a Devil , and the '78 version of Invasion Of The Body Snatchers, which I also adore. The third film I saw as influencing it was Alien. In any case, y'all look out for this one. It's a real doozy and will put "classic"-inspired horror back on the map, thank Satan!!!!!!!
You know what? this movie was just great. but why? (by mehmetski)
so giving 10 points is quite unusual. I've seen people complain that they didn't get gore or scares or stuff like that. and i agree.ratings are individual, just as much as intelligence isn't a single linear value. this movie though did a thing that can be called "great" for any kind of movie: it kept my interest and it stayed in my head. usually i tend to chat or play games while watching movies, i know thats stupid. but this movie....man i started and played on my phone, just to drop it a few minutes in and totally absorb the film.the shots are wonderful. its so <more>
aesthetically pleasing to watch. then there's the atmosphere: young married couple in a cabin by the lake, a little flirty and childish, enjoying life. sure thats not what you expect and want from a horror film necessarily, but don't always look at things through the lense of your expectation, take it as it comes and it will grab you.its the realism and naturalism of the movie that dragged me in and kept me thrilled till the end. and oh god the foreshadowing, or should i say "fauxshadowing"? there were so many moments i thought "dang, now the horror stuff starts" and i thought i knew where it was going but no, it was different.if you're still interested in watching it, then don't look for a typical horror movie. expect an aesthetic, kinda calm and shudder inducing movie, perfect for a warm summer night with an open window. its a "feel good horror movie" if that makes any sense?little spoiler: if i hadndt been gay already, i sure wouldve been after this movie....
Outstanding, brilliantly creepy little horror movie (by ronster100)
Honeymoon is a gem of an indie horror movie in which a young couple's idyllic honeymoon getaway at a lakeside cottage slowly turns into a strange and horrifying nightmare. Rose Leslie, star of Game Of Thrones, is excellent eventually - as in the brilliant British TV series Utopia in which she featured, her performance is over the top at first, almost drama school, but as the weird and disturbing story ramps up she fully inhabits the role. Treadaway, a tremendous young British actor, is fantastic from start to end, as he comes to realise the near-extreme horror scenario they're in. <more>
Music is superb, the atmosphere from the moment they reach the cabin is brilliant - all in all, a tremendous surprise, great performances and a first-time director with a distinctive voice and real vision. Horror fans, seek this film out.
Restrained, effectively eerie, and incredibly well-acted (by Red_Identity)
Totally surprising. Finally, there's been some good horror films this year but none all that great, and I finally found it that is, if I don't count Under The Skin as horror . The pacing in this is really excellent, and it follows the old-school rule of what it doesn't show us is scarier. It's not incredibly original by any means, but it also doesn't fall into old weary horror clichés and it's all pretty grounded. This is in part due to the script and the really elegant and observant direction, but also because of the two fantastic lead performances. Rose Leslie <more>
certainly made her mark in Game of Thrones, and she's one to watch out for in the future. She's incredibly effective here, as is Harry Treadaway. Their chemistry is strong and it's about time we get some great acting in a horror film. This is truly well-acted and engrossing horror, not to mention actually scary. Might just be one of my favorite films the year so far
Atmospheric chiller - TWILIGHT ZONE meets THE X-FILES (by george.schmidt)
HONEYMOON 2014 ***1/2 Rose Leslie, Harry Treadaway, Ben Huber, Hanna Brown. Atmospheric chiller about a newlywed couple whose titular holiday becomes a living nightmare when unknown sources intervene causing a radical change in bride Leslie and instilling fear and distrust in husband Treadaway. Fine steady big-screen directorial debut by Leigh Janiak, who co-wrote its TWILIGHT ZONE meets THE X-FILES script with Leigh Janiak, manages to make eerie and edge-of-your-seat stillness a shrewd turn of the screw in its yeoman like, economical a brief yet nerve-shredding 87 minutes crafty work of <more>
getting-under-one's skin in the process of hoping for the better for the amiable, endangered duo Leslie & Treadaway have natural chemistry and great believability as recently wed young pair . Creepy score by Heather McIntosh has just the right amount of building dread mixed with Kyle Klutz's inventive cinematography and Christopher S. Capp's sharp editing makes for a memorable turn into WTF-ville. A sleeper genre gem. Seek it out!
I saw this at the Neuchâtel International Fantastic Film Festival, more or less by chance. I went to the theater to attend a reading of George R.R. Martin which was great , and this movie started just shortly afterward. I was surprised and pleased to see that the leading actress was one of the actresses of Game of Thrones, where she played Ygritte the wildling. In Honeymoon she could show a more mellow side.I am not quite sure why I liked this film so much. It is rather slow, normally I get bored easily. One point was probably the realism of the thing before the horror starts I mean . This <more>
thanks to the excellent acting and good dialogue. And also the good use of the surroundings. Another point is that the story line is more or less original and does not follow one of the numerous stereotypes in horror film making.Its horror is more psychological, gorehounds will probably be bored.The negative: Making a good ending for a movie is one of the hardest things. And I must say, that I did not find it all too satisfying in this case.But apart from that I would really recommend this movie.
If you can't sit through a relatively slow-paced movie without losing interest and wanting to play Angry Birds, this might not be the film for you. If however you do have an adult attention span and aren't afraid to engage it, this film will reward your patience many times over.Utilising a vanishingly small cast remarkably well, the film relies on the believability of the dialogue and the fine acting of the two main characters to draw you ever closer into their seemingly idyllic world. I won't go into any specific detail, but it is a technique that pays off as things become more <more>
and more unsettling and a real sense of wrongness begins to pervade what was supposed to be a perfect romantic getaway in the woods.The film successfully ratchets up the tension over the runtime of 87 minutes, and despite a pretty slow start, delivers a lot by the time of the final credits, leaving you feeling genuinely creeped-out and not entirely sure of what you just witnessed.Honeymoon is that rare beast, a genuinely well-crafted horror movie. The dialogue is genuinely solid, the acting is good, but it's the perfect pacing that really makes this a must-see for any avid horror fans.
A sickeningly loved-up, newly-married couple head off on a remote getaway for their honeymoon, but things get increasingly disturbing for Paul after he finds his new wife Bea alone in the woods in the middle of the night, with no recollection of how she got there.Plot-wise, Honeymoon is a fairly straight-forward, relatively old-fashioned horror, which is by no means a bad thing. However, the strength of this film is in the execution. The two leads are excellent, and the director allows the sense of dread to build gradually without allowing the story to drag; a difficult balance to pull off <more>
judging by the many films that fail in this respect.Although it's pretty obvious from early on, knowing the sub-genre of horror/sci-fi that this film belongs to in advance would remove the mystery element, so I won't mention it directly, but it's fair to say that it's a sub-genre with a strong allegorical heritage. Nonetheless it's still a testament to the elegance of the film that it feels as if there are numerous subtexts at play, in what on the surface is a simple and not especially original psychological horror.I'd be curious as to whether this stands up to a second viewing not possible at the time of writing having caught this at a festival , as it's then that the better films of this type begin to reveal themes, references or other elements that you missed the first time round.I didn't know until afterwards, but the fact that this is writer/director Leigh Janiak's debut feature film is scary in itself. I'm looking forward to seeing what she does next.