The Seasoning House

The rotting remains of 2012's festival
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Re: The Seasoning House

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Seasoning House Guests on the Fright Fest stage

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Director Paul Hyett with Stars Rosie Day and Sean Pertwee

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Sean Pertwee and Producer Michael Riley
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Re: The Seasoning House

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That opening caption, "The Balkans, 1996" put me in the wrong mood for this one.

I thought OK, that means horrible people doing horrible things, from the off... and that's what we got. For me, it lessened the film's impact and I was distinctly underwhelmed.

In retrospect, it probably deserved a bit more of my attention and I'd like to see it again sometime.
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lupogirl wrote: While watching it did remind me of a couple of scenes from Taken.
I was indeed expecting Neeson to burst in shoting something about "particular set of skills".

Maybe one skill Pertwee should master is the art of holding a microphone closer to his mouth.
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Very grim and bleak, but nicely done and more exciting in its second half than the first (which in places I felt very uncomfortable with).
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Excellent opener, despite the second half getting dumb and derivative.
http://www.eyeforfilm.co.uk/review/the- ... vid-graham
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