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4.7 out of 10

Storm Warning

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Overall 10


ruban30, play.com
8 March 2012
  • Conclusion: i saw this film after i saw the trailor and i wasnt disapointed the story is very good and yet grusome at the same time, at one point i thought i was watching a mix between the a team and hellraiser (barn seen). Over all the sound track and effects were awesome (blueray) and a very good twist at the end.
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Overall 6

Nothing new here

IroNick, play.com
8 March 2012
  • Conclusion: Firstly its a cheap Blu-Ray flick,having said that some of the acting is wooden,the story is laughable but get over these hang ups and theres a cult horror to be had.Its all been done before but not quite with Aussie overtones like these,some funny and grusome moments,its certainly better than Eastenders anyhoo!
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Overall 8

Above average violence and acting. B-movie classic?

benminx, play.com
8 March 2012
  • Conclusion: Storm Warning from Jamie Blanks is a resolutely Aussie horror that benefits greatly from this slightly unfamiliar feeling location for UK and USA audiences. Shot with some eerily beautiful landscapes, Blanks also scored the movie and he gives us a well paced, gently ominous build up before our central duo - a couple lost while out boating - end up taking refuge at a remote farmhouse just off the marshland.
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