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Reviewed by snakeeyes GB / Joined snakeeyes 2014
The Descent
The Descent
The Descent
UK, 2005, 99 minutes Adventure, Horror, Sport
You have to feel sorry for the cave people in Neil Marshalls "The Descent". Not only are they fugly, blind and seemingly genitalia-less, but there they were, just chilling in the crib, when 6 girls decide to come trampling through and trash the place, killing a whole bunch of em in the process. How rude is that?! But we're getting ahead of ourselves here. The cave people don't really kick off until the second half of the film, whereas the first half is more "we're a group of fun-loving friends who enjoy pushing the limits...gosh, this cave is rather small, I'm having real difficulty squeezing through...I do hope nothing happens and we get stuck down here. I say, did I just see something MOVE?!" This film will make you jump regardless of your spatial preference - the first few minutes alone should see to that. And those who say they watched the whole thing without jumping at least once are lying and should not be trusted with money or small children. 
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