The Cottage

 

"London To Brighton" director Paul Andrew Williams does horror/comedy. In a remote part of the countryside, a bungled kidnapping turns into a living nightmare for four central characters when they cross paths with a psychopathic farmer and all hell breaks loose.
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50 out of 100  brilliant
gerard from Dublin, 25 Jul 2008
This is a brilliant horror comedy and definitely one not to miss.Jennifer ellison is very good as the kidnapped daughter of a local mobster and Andy Serkis and Reece Shearsmith are hilarious as the bungling kidnappers trying to get a ransom.Plenty of gore and laughs in this one.

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25 out of 100  The Cottage
Emily from Galway, 03 Aug 2008
This is quite slow moving. It does imitate some of the best horror movies (Texas chainsaw massacre to name one) and is quite funny in parts. Jennifer Ellison absolutly wrecked my head though.

1 people out of 1 found this review helpful


25 out of 100  Funny
Jevgenija from Wicklow, 17 Oct 2008
Good British humor

1 people out of 1 found this review helpful


30 out of 100  Parody
Ciaran from Dublin, 04 Nov 2008
Mad cap stuff on show here and so long as you can go with it, well, it's great craic! A simple kidnap turns out to be anything but and what ensues is not what any of them expected. Plenty of gore on show and fans of the genre will lap it up.

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20 out of 100  The Cottage
e from Clare, 10 Nov 2008
Started well, descended into violent drivel. Shame, as it had potential to be a camp-horror-classic; instead I lost interest about 30 mins in.

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40 out of 100  Mad Mad Mad
SEAN from Sligo, 01 Oct 2008
Total P*** take on recent horror attempts, great comedy and a bit or gore. I've seen the foul mouthed blonde before but where..

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25 out of 100  The Cottage
Yvonne from Meath, 24 Feb 2009
Not a bad movie. Good few laughs along the way. Not for the faint hearted.

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