My Soul to Take 3D User Reviews

Current Rating: 3.38

Current Rating: 3.38

based on 49 votes and 17 reviews

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  • 2 stars Weak Return for Wes Craven It’s been five years since Wes Craven released his last horror film. Emerging from this hiatus is the director’s first 3D film, My Soul to Take. Mr. Craven’s new movie was a weak and formulaic thriller filled with non-stop perplexing dialogue. The movie emerges as a mere gap filler for audiences, who patiently await the highly anticipated film, Scream 4. The careless release in digital 3D seemed like another ploy to drag audiences back to cinemas. The town of Riverton, Massachusetts is being terrorized by a serial killer known as the Riverton Ripper. Police immediately find the killer and shoot him. En route to the hospital, the ambulance crashes and the Riv
  • 2 stars Same old thing. No surprises.
  • 2 stars Typical horror fodder, no reason for it be in 3D either.
  • 5 stars I loved It. Great To See Wes Craven Is Back And On Top Of His Game. From A Nightmare On Elm St. To The Scream Movies. He Is And Always Will Be One Of The True Masters Of Horror.
  • 1 stars i would have to say this movie is one of the worst ive ever seen, its only scary for the first twenty minutes and the rest of the movie the acting is so terrible and you forget that it is even in 3d or that it was supposed to be scary
  • 5 stars Really cool movie. Old school horror. I love it!
  • 3 stars Typical Wes Craven movie
  • 5 stars This movie was very smart, and effective. I would warn that its storyline maybe a bit convuluted for the average horror fan.
  • 5 stars Good movie!
  • 1 stars Not worth the money...

My Soul to Take 3D

Genre:  Thriller | Running Time:  107 min.
Release date:  October 8, 2010

Current rating: Rating: 3.38
based on 49 votes and 17 reviews
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Cast: Max Thieriot, John Magaro, Denzel Whitaker, Zena Grey, Nick Lashaway, Paulina Olszyinski, Jeremy Chu, Emily Meade, Raúl Esparza, Shareeka Epps