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Trust me, I've seem them all, and I normally look for them uncut and all. You just name them, I've most likely seen' em. This is not the most graphic of the bunch.... not by a long shot. No gang rape or that sort of thing, as it's usually the case, and no revenge in the strict sense of the term, even though this is somewhat sold as that... Not too elaborate, either. Instead, just brutally honest. Sticks to logical consequences snowballing out of control, which has been done a zillion times before. On the other hand, no relief whatsoever. NONE. ZERO! Just the most grueling, heart and gut wrenching ride into the farthest reaches of human evil... The worst people can do to each other if given the chance, the closest glimpse at the depths of Hell you are ever likely to get as a moviegoer. I can truly say that nothing could have prepared me for what I just saw. You know from the beginning it's gonna be real bad, but this goes way farther anything I could've ever remotely imagined. The saddest part is that, except for their idea of what you can do after an injury to the foot, -for those of you who mind about "plausibility" or are just plain picky-, is all TOO BELIEVABLE-. I dare say; just take a look at your neighborhood's Middle or High Schools. Most definitely, like Spinoza would put in one of his writings, there's no freedom outside of society... only the jungle; and that's too nice a way to put it. There is no end to how much hate and rage the human heart can harbor and what it can do. The only "positive" afterthought I can come up with is that it makes you stop and think about who we usually conceive as victims ... there's nothing to cling on anymore to pass judgment. The Last House on the Left is the grandmother of this kind of films. Well, the "formula" is turned upside down and, in my book, finally outdone. Positively, not for everyone. Wouldn't dream of showing this to anyone with depression or anger management issues. Actually, I have no idea who else would "like" it as much as I "did." From here henceforth, holds the dubious honor of being the most effective horror movie I've ever seen. More of an endurance test, but not the way we expect from bad movies. Sadly, this is too well done to think of it that way. The bleakest portrayal of human nature I've experienced. Horror it does deliver, raw, live and bloody!
*******SPOILER ALERT******Absolute torture from start to finish. I've seen every horror film worth watching dating back to 1930. This film was absolutely unbearable. I know it's horror and it's not supposed to be easy to watch at times, but there was nothing redeeming about this film. It could have salvaged itself if there was a great reversal leading up to a tremendous revenge in the end. Didn't happen. It would have been one of the best revenge movies if that had happened. Instead it's just pure torture. Avoid this one.
Reviewed in the United States on February 28, 2018
I wanted this idiot couple to die by the middle of the movie. They stick around while a gang of hoodlums take over the beach at the plain, run-of-the-mill lake that they traveled two days to get to. Boy, they sure showed them. They weren't going to let those pesky kids run them off. Their romantic day at the beach ends with a slashed tire.
After a chance meeting with the hoodlums' mum at the cafe where she surely spit all over their food, they just happen to see the boys' bicycles as they're driving past a house. Their plan? Teach those naughty kids a lesson by breaking in to their angry alcoholic dad's house and, what...?. Wagging a finger at them? That's your plan?
Eh. Let's go back to that very same beach and go for a swim. Wait...where's our beach bag? And our car keys?
Oh look! There those hoodlums are again, hoodlumming in the huge woods! Such a fortuitous meeting! Let's go confront them and get our car keys! That seems like a good idea. Oopsie. Boyfriend kills the head hoodlum's beloved devil dog while girlfriend finds the keys. The moron wrecks the car (of course) and gets trapped inside. The chick gets away, free and clear in the middle of the night, then goes who knows where for hours, WITH A CELL PHONE, to hide...instead of running for help.
She just happens to stumble upon her boyfriend getting the fire beat and cut out of him in the vast woods, and what does she do? Sits there and cries, gasps and watches. Suddenly she realizes she has a fully-charged cellphone, right there in her hands! So five minutes in to watching her boyfriend being tortured, making as much noise as she can possibly muster, she decides to call for help - right where they could hear her. Why she doesn't think to use the phone prior to now, we'll never know.
Boyfriend breaks free and makes it to the car, where he sets off the alarm (of course) looking for the first aid kit. (Because some Band Aids are exactly what you're going to need for those gushing stab wounds, and while you're running from the hoodlums, you're going to have time to stop and spray on a little Bactine.)
The rest of the movie is filled with the scantily-clad chick tripping and falling through the woods, screaming, gasping and generally making a loud ruckus so that everyone within a mile radius can find her. But the good news is, these are apparently the kind of woods where you randomly run into everyone - even that friendless video-game-playing nerd who will do anything to be part of the gang that bullies him.
Chick runs again, then runs into yet ANOTHER person connected to the hoodlums! What a coincidence, they're everywhere! In her first intelligent move of the entire movie, she takes off with the dude's car. Guess what? SHE WRECKS IT, of course. And guess WHERE she wrecks it? At a party filled with friends of the...you guessed it! The hoodlums! What a small world!
When she realizes her incredible dumb luck, she takes some time in the loo to wash her face, sits around breathing and crying, then waits with a razor for the hoodlum family to break in and kill her. Once they kick down the door, what does she do with the razor? Slaps the alcoholic dad with it! She SLAPS him with it! Nyeh! Take that!
SPOILER ALERT!!!!! And then she dies. The movie would've been so much better if she'd have died about an hour earlier.
Don't be fooled by the preview. This movie sucks in ways you can't begin to fathom. You will be screaming at your TV.
Reviewed in the United States on December 12, 2018
This well made film is scary not because of a monster but due to some of todays youths that have walked down the wrong road. What really makes this movie scary is that it could happen and worst is it is a road that many of todays todays teens walking down. Definatly a movie that got little publicity while being a well made movie that will have you wondering about 'what If that were me' being terrorized?'.
I'm sure a lot of people have been to small towns on vacation, or have places they go in the summer where there is a separation between the locals and the 'vacationers.' I think that's what is intriguing about this movie. It was eerily familiar at times in the beginning, which makes it a successful movie. However, I wasn't expecting it to be a cautionary tale, which made the ending disappointing. Some movies are better for trying to have meaning, but somewhere the movie went from familiar to total horror flick so any actual lesson became lost.
3.0 out of 5 starsIf you go down to these woods today, bears are least of your worries
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on March 3, 2019
Having done the hard bit namely persuading Kelly Reilly's character to spend a night in a tent with him, the easy bit would be to find a quiet corner of a proper campsite and fill your boots. No this bloke Steve drags her through the woods (abandoning their car in the middle of nowhere) to camp by this lake where it is quickly obvious the local hooligans are looking for trouble. Instead of beating a retreat like any sensible person, our couple stand their ground. If you can swallow all this naïve behaviour, then what ensues is a reasonable tale of terror hide and seek with a particularly sadistic ending.