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Hanah's Gift (2008)

| Horror, Thriller | 2008 (USA)
When a night of terror reigns on a secluded anger management group, the survivors must find a way to live through the night.

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Tyler
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Toby (as Victoria Engelmayer)
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Quillman
J.T. Williams ...
Stacy
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Mrs. Roarke
Alina Herrera ...
Hanah
Gregory B. Estel ...
Bum
Wesley Stiller ...
Bobby
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Max
Cynthia Boris ...
Wanda
Clarence Bledsoe ...
Purcell
Malissa Wise ...
Pratt
Sarah Allyn ...
Jane
Shoshana Rand ...
Roxy
Mike Notchey ...
Driver
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A thriller captured in real time from the point of view of a six year old girl named Hanah. Through the eyes of Hanah, we experience a normal, almost boring evening for Hanah and her friend Toby. It starts with laughter as a group of bickering, cranky anger management members gather. Hanah's night suddenly turns to screams as the group is methodically attacked and killed. Hanah and Toby, protected by a female firefighter, Tyler, escape and journey through a remote area in macabre game of hide and seek. Written by Anonymous

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87 minutes. Real time. Real terror

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Technical artistry delivers suspense
23 October 2015 | by See all my reviews

Got a recommendation to watch this movie, and I'm glad I did. The movie follows the tried-and-true formula of a group of people getting killed one by one, but a couple of things make this one stand out. First, centering the film around an anger management group is a refreshing departure from the ordinary run-of-the-mill films I've seen in the genre. Secondly, the point of view and camera-work really add to the suspense. Tight shots and closeups make you feel like you're right in the middle of the action. This kind of movie doesn't work if the audience feels disconnected from what's going on with the characters, so the camera-work helps create that connection (and ultimately the overall atmosphere of suspense). Lastly, the score really is well done. That's the kind of thing you only notice when it's especially good or especially bad--in this case, it was definitely GOOD!

Halloween is coming up, and Hanah's gift is the perfect choice for a movie marathon.


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