A terrifying supernatural thriller in which a group of college friends on a road trip find themselves fighting off dark forces at a remote farmhouse after a chance encounter with a strange little girl.
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The friends Tyler, Emily, Sean, Hank and Amanda are traveling to a music festival. They arrive late at a diner that is closed. As they are about to leave they find a girl. Lucy in the parking area. Lucy claims that she is lost and the group decides to drive her home, to a farmhouse. They meet her parents Val and Wayne who invite the group to have dinner with them. Val cuts her leg with an ax and Wayne takes her to the hospital while the group of friends stay in the house taking care of Lucy. Soon they discover that the place is evil and try to flee. Will they succeed?Written by
Paul S Gifford California
Jeremy Sumpter wears a Power Balance Wristband in the film and was bought by a fan in New York when the film wrapped. See more »
During the heated discussion, one of the young takes the rifle and dumps a boxful of rifle cartridges on the hearth. The rounds make a bell-like sound, indicating that they are empty casings. Loaded cartridges would normally make a dull clunk or thud. See more »
I am sad to have to advise my fellow horror nerds to stay clear of The Culling. This is another horrid low-budget attempt at making a generic horror film of very poor quality on many levels. It is actually quite cringe-worthy. The Culling primarily looks remarkably cheap and suffers from amateur cinematography at its worst; it really does look like a High School project due for a C-, and this is if the teacher was very, very kind. The acting and the behaviour of the characters reveal the awful writing and the cheesy/terrible directing from Rustam Branaman. The plot-setup isn't worth much either; it has been seen countless times: a group of friends go for a drive, then they have to stop at a remote location, etc. The plot is just taken from other horror movies and is completely uninspired and bland. And the execution actually tested my patience. The Culling drives each and every stereotypical character home like it was created to fit the generic pattern from the 70's: the Christian, non-alcoholic virgin is the good one, the marijuana smoker is somehow violent and obnoxious, the pushy drinker-boyfriend tries to pressure the good virgin to stray from her obvious Christian path, and her unchaste friend is just messed up. The whole problem with this particular generic type of friend-group isn't the fact that it is too basic, but that it hasn't got the actors who can act the parts in a convincing manner. Stay clear!
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