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Dartmoor Killing (2015)

Dartmoor Killing (2015)

Gemma-Leah DevereuxRebecca NightDavid HaymanCallum Blue
Peter Nicholson


Dartmoor Killing (2015) is a English movie. Peter Nicholson has directed this movie. Gemma-Leah Devereux,Rebecca Night,David Hayman,Callum Blue are the starring of this movie. It was released in 2015. Dartmoor Killing (2015) is considered one of the best Drama,Horror,Mystery,Thriller movie in India and around the world.

A dark and atmospheric story of female friendship tested by deceit, betrayal and a terrifying past. Susan, outwardly confident and Becky, more fragile and shy, both in their late twenties, are inseparable friends. But both women have secrets they have not shared, some recent, some long past and deeply buried. When, on a weekend trip to Dartmoor, they encounter the charismatic Chris, they are led into a web of mind games, sexual deceit and betrayal. As Becky's traumatic involvement in Chris' own damaged past is revealed, a psychological journey swiftly becomes a fight for survival.


Dartmoor Killing (2015) Reviews

  • I don't get it


    All I want is somebody to explain to me why Becky apparently stabbed the sister, who was having an incestuous relationship with her brother, to death. Also, while you're at it, why did the siblings' father serve 12 years time in connection with the death? The scenery and cinematography in this film was otherwise gorgeous and suitably brooding. The acting was able enough. But as a person who enjoys stories that have some cohesive purpose, I was left dumbfounded by the plot.

  • Nice Scenery


    Spoilers here in... Dartmoor looks great here and will make you want to visit. It's beautifully shot. That's almost it though. There is some good tension here as the guy plays mind games with the two women. There is mystery. The film feels a little French with it's countryside, sex, mind games and lurking violence scenario. There is a particular scene that shows his controlling rapacious attitude towards women, it's very brief(ha ha)but it does make you wonder if that was necessary and how the partici-pants(ha ha) felt afterwards. But the plot holes! How did the guy catch up with the women so soon, why did he run over and kill the one woman, and the crucial one: why did the other woman stab the guy's sister?? - we're not given a good reason for this and it's plain they just wanted to introduce a twist. It didn't need a twist. A twist for twist's sake that lets everything before it down. A coherent plot would've made this film.

  • Nearly. But not quite.


    I really wanted to like this. The moors are a suitable setting for anything eerie and I love an English approach to ghost stories / thrillers. But this never really seemed to get going. The requisite elements were there but the blue touch-paper never quite fully sparked it all into life.

  • Dartmoor, So It Has to Get a Ten


    I'm prejudiced when it comes to Dartmoor. It's my home, and I set my novels there, so when I discovered this little gem, I was quite delighted to see all my book locations so lovingly captured. It's such a shame that Hollywood dominates everything these days. Little indy films like this, low budget and yet so quintessentially English, can't compete when put up against something with the money of, say, The Night Manager. This is a surprisingly good film, given it's probably only going to have a "made for TV" kind of exposure. A well-crafted thriller, it's taut, keeps the interest, and had a few twists along the way I didn't see coming. I'm giving it ten because of its choice of location. The woods, the tors, the stream, the pool they swim in, the farm...I know them all very well. I swear I even recognised the small spider which appeared in one shot. Sue me; I'm homesick. I left Dartmoor to live in New Zealand. You can take the author out of the moors, but you can never take the moors ... 'nuff said. Highly recommended for fans of Agatha Christie-style dramas and all homesick Devonians.

  • Worse than those 1940's Westerns with Nazi war criminals


    So, how's this: 2 girls manage to escape and they jog off into the forest, probably with a 20-30 minute headstart on their pursuer. He finally gives chase, carrying a shotgun, which you think would slow him down. What time would you estimate is required for him to overtake the young, healthy girls? 1 hour? 2? How about 2 minutes? Earlier, the girls (who look remarkably similar) seen to be in conflict over who will make out with this guy, but it turns out one of them experienced a nasty encounter years before at this house, but... Wait for it: amnesia (the selective kind) caused her to forget all about it. That explains why the 2 girls accepted an invitation to a sleepover at this guy's secluded country cottage in the first place. I would put this film on par with those C westerns made in the 40's that had Nazi or Japanese war criminals for the 'bad guy'. As the lead reviewer stated, however, the scenery is very pretty - but, sorry, that doesn't make up for the gratuitous 'skin' scenes (which I FF, thank you), or the inane plot. PASS.


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