Savageland (2015) - Crime, Horror, Thriller

Hohum Score

20

Watchable

When a small town near the Arizona-Mexico border is wiped out overnight, suspicion falls on the lone survivor. But a roll of photos the survivor took that night tells a different story.

IMDB: 5.9
Director: Phil Guidry
Stars: Monica Davis, Edward L. Green
Length: 80 Minutes
PG Rating: N/A
Reviews: 6 out of 34 found boring (17.64%)

One-line Reviews (20)

was a boring story about nothing.

I was watching this after hours and it was so boring I opened my work laptop and decided to work on the side.

I guess this way is more realistic but who wants too much reality when it's boring and frustrating,right?

Great concept, but kinda boring .

Found footage/documentary, since blair witch project and paranormal activity was dominated horror genre in recent year, but it was hard to mention a good one , either it was too cliche, repetitive, meaningless or as simply as didn't scary at all.

I was on the edge of my seat the entire movie which is funny in retrospect considering there wasn't a single action scene.

You get lost wondering if it's a documentary about racism or the worst movie ever about zombies and I have no idea how people are giving this movie eights and nines for their rating

SAVAGELAND does not fit the standard "horror movie" mold; aside from the many bloody crime scene photos, there is no violence, but that's much of what makes it so great- it's an engrossing, slowly unfolding, undeniably creepy story about the events that may or may not have taken place that night.

It was kinda boring.

Award for the most boring scary movie of all time.

Totally unexpected...

THAT is how boring it felt.

Well worth watching.

While I found the movie to be a little too long and repetitive in places, it is generally gripping and very intense.

Kept me on the edge of my seat!

Unexpected gem--CAUTION-spoilers below .

Slow...

Found this movie because a friend put me onto it and I thoroughly enjoyed it.

Intense and effective--definitely a notch above the average "found-footage/pseudo documentary" horror films out there.

Totally unexpected to say the least.