13th Child (2002) - Horror, Mystery, Thriller

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People are being killed by someone or something using superhuman strength. A clever DA Assistant is sent to investigate. Is this just a way to commit the perfect murder or will the legend of the Jersey Devil prove to be true?

IMDB: 2.9
Director: Thomas Ashley
Stars: Cliff Robertson, Lesley-Anne Down
Length: 99 Minutes
PG Rating: R
Reviews: 21 out of 59 found boring (35.59%)

One-line Reviews (37)

13th Child is a rubbish horror film that tries to have supernatural overtones but it's all so boring & bland & exceedingly slow, a half decent monster & one or two gory bits can't come close to saving this one hour & forty minute bore.

The lead actress was boring and playing that cliché cop role females always portray.

This was so slow, boring, uneventful, and just plain ignorant.

After a slow start, "13th Child" proves itself an interesting monster in the woods film.

Worst movie EVER.

There was no story line, or I should say the plot was very week, the Jersey Devil looked completely fake, and the violence is very laughable.

She looked and acted just like what she drove around in, a dull, pale old VW Bug!!

Don't waste your time.

Quite possibly the world's worst movie .

The Devil in this movie looks like a rip off of Alien, the acting is so bad, it looked like they just wanted to leave, cant blame them.

Whom she had to suck for a leading part in this piece of crap should die a slow death.

I thought the photography was great and the story interesting and intriguing.

We had the token black guy and Chris Atkins playing a part that was as dull as anything he's ever done, would we expect anything else though.

The absolute WORST waste of my life I've ever had the misfortune to endure.

The title, come to think of it, does work on one level-it must have cost thirteen bucks to make, with thirteen people, in thirteen days, and with thirteen pages of pointless script.

One of the worst movies I've ever seen.

There were parts that were stupid, and there were incredibly boring parts.

For a start the script is painfully slow, at one hour & forty minutes long 13th Child felt like it went on forever & I was seriously bored.

What a complete waste of time to watch this dreadful piece of sh*t!!

The Legend of the Jersey Devil is a fascinating piece of folklore/legend/myth.

In my opinion, don't waste your time because my friends and I sure did.

Uneven, but ultimately enjoyable.

You know the type, they think the remake of TCM is better than the original, and they think Hitchcock's Psycho was boring between the killings and should have been in color.

What a Waste of Time!!.

Anyway the film goes on and on, with the same boring dialouge, interupted by scenes that weren't needed (A sex scene happens in an abanoded trailer between two white trash folk (The trashiest I've ever seen).

The film has the fun stylings of those campy drive-in horror films, but aside from that, suffers from painfully long/slow scenes coupled with downright derivative imagery.

The only thing I could think of when I left the theater was, Yucky!

We then get a "20 years later" text to take us away from this pointless nonsense that was shot with a hand held video camera that looked badder than bad.

The Devil monster was scary and the whole thing kept me on the edge of my seat.

This has got to the worst movie I have ever seen.

It was bland, definatly not horror and totally destroyed a really good legend.

It is one of the worst movies I have ever seen.

I know I am a bit biased on the horror, monster movie genre as I like all kinds and types but of all I have seen this must be close to the top of my 10 worst movies I have seen.

What a waste of time.

Poor treatment of a fascinating subject .

Is she frightened, pleasantly intrigued, or just bored with delivering dialogue that is so painfully unnatural?

The monster costume interested me in the film, but said movie's content was dull.