Enter Nowhere (2011) - Mystery, Sci-Fi, Thriller

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Three strangers arrive one by one at a mysterious cabin in the middle of nowhere only to learn they've been brought together for a reason.

IMDB: 6.5
Director: Jack Heller
Stars: Katherine Waterston, Scott Eastwood
Length: 90 Minutes
PG Rating: R
Reviews: 11 out of 63 found boring (17.46%)

One-line Reviews (50)

This is one of the most unpredictable movies I have seen.

To avoid spoilers, I won't elaborate on what the film provided in place of this, except to say it was a rather enjoyable experience.

For instance, any TV Guide kinda place, leaves out a lot of info which makes this an uninteresting movie to want to watch.

The film does a very good job staying unpredictable and extremely entertaining.

I agree with some of the reviews here that this one is underrated, well shot on low budget, good plot, good enough acting and exciting last few minutes.

The story, screenplay, direction and acting hold their own and result in an intriguing, tightly constructed tale with a fascinating mystery and characters you will care about.

The starting itself is strong and happenings unpredictable, and the ending is a major twist that one will not see coming from miles away.

Original and suspenseful .

Just a waste of time..I strongly recommend not to think about it at all ..

Instinctively directed by Jack Heller with skill and flair, this is an absorbing science fiction film that you can't put down.

Don't waste your time .

Frankly, this is an excellent, unknown, bizarre yet entertaining movie!

Movie starts slow and gets tense as you go.

What started off as a run of the mill movie began introducing twists and turns that actually made it pretty enjoyable and had me guessing almost the entire time.

Original ideas and intriguing plot .

If you don't have what to do and outside is raining, then this movie is the perfect cure to banish boredom.

low budget, and intriguing.

Just nothing happens in beginning and people would be wondering when would the real movie start.

A huge waste of time.

This movie was enough to keep my interest from the beginning, it was okay, but I can only give it a four because to me it was just a drawn out Twilight Zone episode.


It's not the block buster type, but certainly worth watching with family over dinner night or on a weekend.

Very slow paced and very uneventful.

The movie can be a bit confusing, but is enjoyable, and will probably make more sense than this review (again though, the movie is rooted in science fiction or fictitious drama).

Maybe not so different but the overall tone develops in to a psychological thriller scenario and although the twist isn't something to write home about, its certainly unexpected.

How wrong was I, the ending is genius, and despite some dodgy acting from all involved, and some silly tropes, its worth watching for the ending alone.

The action dragged in a couple of areas and a few minor things didn't make sense (what happened to the canned food from the bunker?

This is a languid moody chiller that will knock your socks off.

Waste of time!.

If you did that while watching this film, you missed out on one hell of an ending, that just brought everything together in a way that made the slow start a simple afterthought.

The one complaint I have that prevented me from rating this movie higher is all the gratuitous and rather tedious chase scenes through the woods.

The premise of the movie makes it quite intriguing and interesting.

I was on the edge of my seat for pretty much the entire movie, and I was unable to concentrate on anything else.

Enter Nowhere is honestly hard to sit through, as for a long time it seems to be going nowhere.

In a world where everything has been done, well thanks to this little innovative chiller there is still new and exciting ideas floating in our membranes.

Entertaining and keeps you thinking unlike most movies out there.

" Still, I would recommend this movie for anyone who wants something fun, intriguing, and thought-provoking.

The movie at this point was starting to bore me.

Overall a neat little story that is both entertaining and immediately forgettable.

Definitely check this one out, it is well worth the watch.

It's all quite predictable and uninteresting.

The first half of the movie is taken up with often tedious dialogue as the three try to figure out how they're seemingly stranded, and how to get home.

At the very end, its kinda confusing - it seems to take place in the mid to late 80s.

The twists and turns along the way to the conclusion were enjoyable and credible within the context of the movie.

you know the old cliché'.

The dialogue and actors' portrayals were naturalistic, intelligent and intense.

The movie is very slow in first half, almost non watchable.

It's very suspenseful and keeps you at the edge of your seat.

The only problem with this to me is that parts of the movie were really good while others were so slow I almost lost interest.

I enjoyed it and appreciated it's uniqueness in comparison to other films.