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Timber Falls
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Timber Falls 2007


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A weekend of camping in the mountains becomes an excursion into hell for a young couple, who become pawns in a grotesque plot hatched by deranged locals.

Release Date:December 7th, 2007
Directed By:
No image existsTony Giglio
Written By:
No image existsTony Giglio
No image existsDaniel Kay
Starring:
No image existsBrianna Brown
Nick SearcyNick Searcy
No image existsBeth Broderick
No image existsCarl Bressler
No image existsSascha Rosemann
No image existsJosh Randall
No image existsBranden R. Morgan
No image existsRyan McGee
No image existsSuzanna Urszuly
No image existsRyan Wiik
No image existsDebbie Jaffe
No image existsT.W. Leshner

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Timber Falls Movie Review by Movie Addict (12/9/2008)

For the life of me I cannot understand why Michael (Josh Randall - "Ed") would bother going after Sheryl (Brianna Brown). All she did the first 30 minutes of this movie was whine and complain.

There is nothing new or original here. It's the same story about inbred mountain folk and their bizarre rituals - this time with a...

(complete Timber Falls review by Movie Addict)


Timber Falls Movie Review by Chris (7/21/2008)

As much as I truly hate to say this, but the horror genre, mainly the slasher subgenre, is slowly dying away. This is because we get these young directors who dream about creating films like Saw, Hostel, Wolf Creek, Texas Chainsaw Massacre and others. So when they finally get their big chance to create their horror film,...

(complete Timber Falls review by Chris)



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