Bonehill Road (2017) - Horror, Thriller

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Emily and Eden Stevens escape one violent situation only to stumble into another. Terrified and alone, they are stranded in the woods, hunted by a werewolf. When they find shelter in a ...

IMDB: 6.3
Director: Todd Sheets
Stars: Eli DeGeer, Ana Rojas-Plumberg
Length: 106 Minutes
PG Rating: N/A
Reviews: 2 out of 53 found boring (3.77%)

One-line Reviews (15)

This film is a creepy, scary, intense experience.

The emphasis in the script is on character development and building intense terror rather than just one gore scene after another.

I highly recommend it to fans of the genre.

The edgier, more "rockish" parts of the score work surprisingly well too, bringing a real sense of edge and danger to the more intense moments of the film.

The end result is intriguing, shocking, unpredictable and most importantly, realistic, playing perfectly to the documentary feel that Sheets strives for in the camerawork.

It's an engaging and worthy watch that is a fresh and original vision of familiar material.

Great story, awesome effects, and most importantly, entertaining as hell!

And most of them are a waste of time, no exception here.

As the Mother, Emily, Eli DeGeer gives a stunning performance.

The story itself is pretty predictable.

The acting was fantastic, great story, gruesome special effects and very enjoyable to watch.

Bonehill Road is a savage, entertaining and worthy addition to the Werewolf Genre .

With these movies it's not the story that counts, but the adrenaline.

Nerve shredding suspense, unexpected twists and turns and kick ass practical monster effects fuel Bonehill Road, the newest horrorfest from indie director Todd Sheets.

A movie like Bonehill Road is further proof that in this age of ghosts, zombies and dull teenage-themed slasher films, werewolves should receive some sort of celebratory recognition as still being scary.