Shadows on the Wall

2015

Horror / Sci-Fi / Thriller

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IMDb Rating 4.9 10 211

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Reviewed by guiver 3 / 10 / 10

Very good core idea, but sadly that's all.

WARNING - SPOILERS !!! These days I am in the mood for Indie Sci-Fi movies, that's how I found "Shadows on the wall". Right from the beginning of the movie it is clear that the director does not have much experience. The camera work is not good, there was a shot with the camera turned 90 degrees without this adding anything to the scene. Several more times it was tilted in different angles, but it didn't bother me very much. Well, this is what you can probably expect from low quality B rated movie. Now let's move to the plot, the characters and the pace of the film. The "Core-idea" is great, I loved it! Spoilers will follow! A machine is created, which can access "information"(pictures in this case") instantly from a great distance, using the background radiation, but the script around this idea is absolutely ridiculous - a boy which is great with electronics and machines, is just building something but he cannot do the maths so a girl helps him and another boy afterwords. And at the end, the machine works! It's like a ten year old builds a particle accelerator with Lego. The director should have consulted with someone with the background of... hum... with someone intelligent... The dialogue... The pain! Half of the film, the main character is whining like a baby, I'm not sure who tells him he has to go to the toilet. He will be the main reason for the people to hate this film. The girl is somewhat decent, but this is not enough. Final verdict: Low quality camera work, mediocre acting, offensively stupid story build around a solid idea. Don't watch it if you are sober!

Reviewed by rickaholland 5 / 10 / 10

1950's style Science Fiction

"Have a Coke", make some popcorn, relax and suspend disbelief. The unlikely unfolding of events and less-than award-winning acting is part of the fun of this kind of film — very much in the genre of the 1950's science fiction movies. Here are science-y people doing impossible, scientific-like things with technological-looking hardware which results in unforeseeable consequences of cosmic proportions. But, unlike modern "sci-fi" movies that rely heavily on computer-generated worlds, violence and prurience, this little film relies almost completely on plot and characters. That makes for a terrific bit of entertainment in my book. (I put "sci-fi" in quotes as most films of that kind today rely almost entirely on magic with not even the suggestion of anything scientific.)

Reviewed by trutypesounds 5 / 10 / 10

Another Primer wannabe.

I'll try to be honest and short here - it's another Primer wannabe movie, great idea and a very mediocre execution with total lack of technical detail thru the movie itself. Also, can anyone here explain me the one thing please - is it a nowadays trend with hysterical characters not capable of logic and proper reactions anymore? I remember the nearly same rant about Prometheus characters acting like hysterical amateurs and the proper crew in original Alien movie. Anyway, as i've previously mentioned the core idea behind the movie is great, and with a proper execution it can be a very nice top notch scifi movie, so don't take my prejudices too serious (because its just another someone's opinion on the internet) and watch that one for yourself.

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