Hole, The (UK)
Desperate to get in. Dying to get out
Running Time: 98 mins
Retail Price: £17.99
Content Type: Movie
Liz (Thora Birch) staggers towards her exclusive school, bloodied and deeply traumatised. Whilst a police psychologist is trying to figure out what happened to her she reveals this twisted and chilling tale.
Three rebellious friends, Mike, Geoff and Frankie, are desperate to avoid a school fieldtrip to Wales. Martin, the school nerd, helps them hide away in an old underground bunker and his only condition is that his friend Liz joins them. Martin is in love with Liz, but she wants Mike, the coolest guy in school.
The teenagers party, uncontrolled and undetected in the soundproofed bunker hidden deep in the woods. For three days it is this wild place; Mike even starts to notice Liz for the first time. But when Martin doesn`t return to let them out the party atmosphere drains and their sanctuary quickly becomes their living nightmare...
Director`s Audio Commentary
Widescreen Anamorphic 2.35:1
Dolby Digital 5.1 English
Director of Photography:
Your Opinions and Comments
The film isn`t really very believeable and considering this is not supernatural or anything it needs to be.
The cut away scenes (from the hole in the ground) are not particularly interesting; the tale is told in a convoluted flashback manner similar to Ghosts of Mars. The final scene did not really satisfy me, normally I love an unhappy ending, but this bitch must pay!
Deleted scenes are not worth mentioning to your grand kids, there are alternative beginnings where stuff which happens later is given away. There is no alternative ending contrary to what main reviewer said.
Haven`t heard the commentry, but might listen if I don`t manage to sell it on Amazon. Yes, it`s not worth keeping even for a Sunday afternoon