The Forsaken (2001)
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Critic Reviews for The Forsaken
The writer/director then squanders his wayward energies on repetitive, ham-fisted action and boring violence.
An unoriginal, but occasionally pungent little horror flick.
Stripped to its essentials, this could have been an intriguing vampire movie.
A wearying desert-bound mess of exposed flesh, horrendous editing, retrograde effects and a grade-Z story.
Audience Reviews for The Forsaken
Kerr Smith is so gorgeous. Pretty bad movie, interesting premise, but awful script and cinematography. I watched the whole thing, but if it wasn't for Kerr I wouldn't have watched it. Cool title for the movie "The Forsaken" sounds so badass. Too bad it wasn't. Could've been though had I rewritten and directed it.
The Forsaken has got to be the best vampire flick since 1987's The Lost Boys. The film oozes of sexuality that made The Lost Boys such a great film. The Forsaken takes elements from a few classic vampire films, and combines them into one entertaining horror yarn. Though not original and lacking in serious talent, The Forsaken is a notch above recent vampire films such as Blade. Whats so great about this film is that it brings back all the elements of what made a vampire film so good. Flawed of course, but very entertaining, The Forsaken is one iof the better vampire films of recent memory. Combining elements of road movies such as The Hitcher with Near Dark, director J.S Cardone does a fairly good job at crafting a mildly scary horror film. The Forsaken can be seen as almost a return to form in the vampire genre because at this point in horror, vampire films had lost their touch, the traditional elements such as using a wooden stake through the heart, garlic and holy water. We had vampires that could walk through sunlight. All do respect, but wtf? Vampires are night creatures. They don't sparkle or walk through sunlight and live, they burn to death. The Forsaken embraces classic vampire lore with a modern day feel and the film is faithful to a true vampire film. Take it as you will, but considering the whole Twilight craze a few years after this film was released, at least we have a film like this to remind us that vampires were truly terrifying and NOT something to be twisted and manufactured to teenage girls. The Forsaken is a very good film and before one dismisses it, you should at least give this film a chance.
A fairly decent, low budget, Vampire road B movie. Quite a combination, gory at times, with a young cast two of which are from the first Final destination film. It's a bit silly at times, why are vampires traveling around the dessert in an old Dodge charger? However it's quite enjoyable if you don't think about it too much and it fairs better than most films of this budget. One for Vamp and low budget horror fans.
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