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A Lonely Place to Die

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A new adventure thriller written and directed by Julian Gilbey, starring Melissa George, Ed Speelers, and Sean Harris.

A group of five mountaineers are hiking and climbing in the Scottish Highlands when they discover a young Serbian girl buried in a small chamber in the wilderness.

Fantastic fest review: http://www.filmschoolrejects.com/rev...ace-to-die.php

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Lee did a review on this one in the bluray reviews forum. Sounds mediocre really but I am a BIG Melissa George fan so I will see it regardless.
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In NY theaters and IFC On Demand today.

When will DirecTV start offering IFC OD? Sigh.
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Originally Posted by wizzack View Post

In NY theaters and IFC On Demand today.

When will DirecTV start offering IFC OD? Sigh.

I'll let you know how it is
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I never got around to seeing this when it was available for VOD but it is out today and I'll be watching it tonight. NF already shows a long wait for it but amazon looks like they have it available for streaming if anyone is interested.
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It's not a bad movie, definitely worth a rental and should keep you entertained throughout it's 99 min. runtime. I think you'll like it General.
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Not a bad movie! The wife and I both enjoyed it and Melissa George was great as always. Some beautiful cinematography and while the second half was fairly predictable we still found it to be entertaining and would recommend a rent.
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I suspect Melissa George would like to shoot whoever made the poster:



It's vertically squished to make her look 30 lbs heavier. She doesn't look anything like that in the movie.

-Bill
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Watched tonite and enjoyed it.
A good thriller...if one overlooks some implausible moments.

Recommended to those into the genre.
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