The Descent. Ein Film von Neil Marshall. /asset/descent/ues_ocj_msb/l. Das Schweizer TV- und Kinomagazin Tele bezeichnete den Film als besten Horrorfilm des ganzen Jahres und meinfelder.com schrieb, The Descent sei. Descent ist ein US-amerikanisches Drama von Inhaltsverzeichnis. 1 Handlung; 2 Kritik Film. Originaltitel, Descent. Produktionsland, Vereinigte Staaten. Originalsprache, Englisch. Erscheinungsjahr, Länge, Minuten.
reiner MainstreamThe Descent – Abgrund des Grauens zeigt eine Gruppe Frauen, die sich in eine bisher unerforschte Höhle hinabwagen – mit ungeahnten Folgen. The Descent. Ein Film von Neil Marshall. /asset/descent/ues_ocj_msb/l. 39 Userkritiken zum Film The Descent - Abgrund des Grauens von Neil Marshall mit Natalie Jackson Mendoza, Shauna Macdonald, Myanna Buring.
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Die einzige Descent Film auf Weiterleben besteht darin, dass die Inhalte durch die Bezahloptionen auch weiterhin Descent Film bleiben und die Anbieter nicht gezwungen sind. - NavigationsmenüMit jeder Szene in der man sie sieht verlieren sie ein Stück weit an Movies Se, was auch daran liegt, dass relativ schnell die Stärken und Schwächen dieser Wesen klar sind.
Beth Saskia Mulder Rebecca MyAnna Buring Sam Nora-Jane Noone Holly Oliver Milburn Paul Molly Kayll Jessica Craig Conway Crawler - Scar Leslie Simpson Crawler Mark Cronfield Crawler Stephen Lamb Crawler as Steve Lamb Catherine Dyson Crawler Julie Ellis Crawler Sophie Trott Edit Storyline A woman goes on vacation with her friends after her husband and daughter encounter a tragic accident.
Edit Did You Know? Trivia No real caves appear anywhere in film. They were all sets built at Pinewood Studios, London created by production designer Simon Bowles.
Goofs The green light almost never matches the green glowsticks supposedly casting them. Several times the actors' shadows fall in the direction of the glowstick, rather than away from it.
Quotes Sarah : What about you Holly, got a man? Holly : Oh I'm a sports fuck like Juno. Crazy Credits The creature's snarling sound can be heard at the end of the credits.
Alternate Versions SPOILER: The endings of the US and UK versions differ. In the end, Sarah wakes up at the bottom of the cave, crawls out, and makes her way back to the car.
On n'a pas peur , mais on stress bien pendant tout le film. A voir, claustro s'abstenir A la sortie de certains films qui font sans doute rire maintenant, je n'ai pas pu bien dormir pendant des jours voire des semaines.
La hooooonte Excuse nous Hitchcock. Ben t'attends quoi!? Ma critique du film The Descent. Le pitch est nanardesque, et malheureusement le film aussi.
Et encore, je suis gentil. Histoire de finir ce diptyque horrifiquo- grotte esque. Des petit malin qui s'amuse a baisser la note du film Share this Rating Title: Descente en Enfer TV Movie 3.
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Edit Storyline When the Ring of Fire starts heating up with an unprecedented amount of volcanic activity a team of scientists are gathered to prevent a global catastrophe.
Taglines: They have one chance to save mankind. Director Neil Marshall first chose to have a dark cave as the setting for his horror film The Descent then decided to add the element of the crawlers, describing them as "something that could get the women, something human, but not quite".
The director included mothers and children in the colony of creatures, defining his vision, "It is a colony and I thought that was far more believable than making them the classic monsters.
If they had been all male, it would have made no sense, so I wanted to create a more realistic context for them. I wanted to have this very feral, very primal species living underground, but I wanted to make them human.
I didn't want to make them aliens because humans are the scariest things. The crawlers were designed by Paul Hyett, a makeup and prosthetics creator.
Crawlers originally had pure white skin, but the look was adjusted to seem grubbier. The skin was originally phosphorescent in appearance, but the effect was too bright and reflective in the darkened set, so the adjustment was made for them to blend in shadows.
Actress Natalie Mendoza said of the effect, "When the moment came, I nearly wet my pants! I was running around afterwards, laughing in this hysterical way and trying to hide the fact that I was pretty freaked out.
Even after that scene, we never really felt comfortable with them. The crawlers reappear in The Descent Part 2 , a sequel by Jon Harris with the first film's director Neil Marshall as executive producer.
For the sequel, Hyett improved the camouflaging ability of the crawlers' skin tones to deliver better scares. According to Hyett, "Jon wanted them more viciously feral, inbred, scarred and deformed, with rows of sharklike teeth for ripping flesh.
Rene Rodriguez of The Miami Herald described the crawlers as "blind, snarling cave-dwellers, looking much like Gollum 's bigger kin". The skull of women motif used in some advertising material is based on Philippe Halsman 's In Voluptas Mors photograph.
The film's marketing campaign in the United Kingdom was disrupted by the London bombings in July Advertisements on London's public transport system including the bus that had exploded had included posters that carried the quote, "Outright terror The distributor's marketing chief, Anna Butler, said of the new approach, "We changed tack to concentrate on the women involved all standing together and fighting back.
That seemed to chime with the prevailing mood of defiance that set in the weekend after the bombs. When it was released in July , this claustrophobic story of six women who stumble across something nasty on a caving trip got arguably the best reviews of any Brit pic this year.
The Descent premiered at the Edinburgh horror film festival Dead by Dawn on 6 July The film received limited releases in other European countries.
The film has received positive reviews from critics. The website's critical consensus states, "Deft direction and strong performances from its all-female cast guide The Descent , a riveting, claustrophobic horror film".
Roger Ebert 's editor, Jim Emerson, reviewed the film for Ebert's column whilst Ebert was on leave due to surgery, giving it four out of four stars.
He wrote, "This is the fresh, exciting summer movie I've been wanting for months. Or for years, it seems. Manohla Dargis of The New York Times described The Descent as "one of the better horror entertainments of the last few years", calling it "indisputably and pleasurably nerve-jangling".
Dargis applauded the claustrophobic atmosphere of the film, though she perceived sexual overtones in the all-female cast with their laboured breathing and sweaty clothing.
Rodriguez also noted the attempt to add dimension to the female characters but felt that the actresses were unable to perform.
Top ten lists, : . Bloody Disgusting ranked the film third in their list of the 'Top 20 Horror Films of the Decade', with the article saying "One of the scariest films of this or any decade Ultimately, The Descent is the purest kind of horror film — ruthless, unforgiving, showing no mercy.
Lawrence Toppman of The Charlotte Observer thought a weakness of The Descent was the failure of the writer to explain the evolution of the creature, though he said, "Their clicking and howling, used for echolocation and communication, makes them more alien; this otherness gives humans permission to mutilate them without seeming too disgusting to be sympathetic.
The Descent was released on DVD and Blu-ray on December 26, A sequel to The Descent was filmed at Ealing Studios in London during and was released on December 2, in the UK.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. For the book by Jeff Long, see The Descent novel. For other similarly named films, see Descent film and Descent film.
For other uses, see Descent disambiguation. Theatrical release poster. Celador Films Northmen Productions.
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