Canaries (2017)

Canaries (2017)

GENRESComedy,Horror,Sci-Fi
LANGEnglish
ACTOR
Hannah DanielRobert PughKai OwenRobert Boulter
DIRECTOR
Peter Stray

SYNOPSICS

Canaries (2017) is a English movie. Peter Stray has directed this movie. Hannah Daniel,Robert Pugh,Kai Owen,Robert Boulter are the starring of this movie. It was released in 2017. Canaries (2017) is considered one of the best Comedy,Horror,Sci-Fi movie in India and around the world.

The first wave of an alien invasion coincides with a New Years Eve party in a Welsh valley.

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Canaries (2017) Reviews

  • 8 out of 10 for a film of this kind

    kryptkicker-308452018-08-18

    So I'm scoring this based on my personal opinion, and classed it as a low budget. I'm not comparing it to any other "type" of movie to give an accurate reflection. I watched it because it was fun, on sky and Welsh. Do I regret it... Hell no. Will it win Oscars also no. This is down to earth fun, solid acting, solid plot and well written. They've seemed to make the best with what they had and the end result is a high end low budget movie. I would recommend for sure but don't pull it apart and try to make it something its not... just sit back and appreciate the ride.

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  • Strong small budget fun

    Alexanderpenning2018-08-21

    Strong little indie movie Admittedly I didnt know the budget was so tiny until looking at some other reviews. Story is something a bit different if unfortunately not able to be fully realised. Acting from all on board was solid, script was surprisingly entertaining and direction / score etc largely worked well. Worth a look in to see what can be done with small backing or even just for a bit of fun, though dont approach with expectations of blockbuster effects as it would be foolish. Also serious thumbs up for the use of Le Casette's - Left to our own device in the soundtrack! Fingers crossed for a cheeky sequel..

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  • Rather clever

    simon.james2018-08-15

    An enjoyable 84 minutes, which may bring to mind peripherally Jaws, Hot Fuzz, I Know What You Did Last Summer among others, with some rather fancy locations. To producer Craig Russell, how on earth did you manage on the budget you mention? Congratulations: the mixture of eerie atmosphere, thrills (accompanied by notable soundtrack) and humour (some wry lines here) worked thoughtfully.

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  • In tune

    kosmasp2017-10-19

    The movie played at Frightfest and it arguably had if not the best introduction to a movie, then definitely one of the best. The main actor got conned into stripping (only partly, upper half, but still a hoot for all the women and some men I guess, but fun nevertheless). And it all was setting the mood for one very funny movie. The main character, a radio DJ, who is past his prime, goes back to his roots. For financial reasons of course. What he doesn't know: there are things happening outside of his realm ... literally! But while the dialog is amazing, the script may seem a bit convoluted in general, especially when it comes to coherence. Still that takes not much away from the fun you can have with this. Just roll with it and it's idea, that is really out there ...

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  • Good Indy Film

    jason246912018-08-15

    I have no idea why some reviews on here are criticising this film, maybe they are not used to watching Indy films and expect a big blockbuster film, well this film cost £29000 to make and i think they done an excellent job. The budget does show in the film but i think they make the most of it. The film makers have a lot of talent and maybe lets hope they will put some effort into making an historical film of Wales and its struggles for independence from an oppressive state

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