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‘The Hellion’ DVD Review

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Stars: Eaoifa Forward, Dan Paton, Rachel Warren, Roman Kemp, Stuart Nurse, Sameera Steward, Maria Popska, Fin Banks, Nathan Brine | Written and Directed by C.A. Cooper

The Hellion tells the story of Alice (Eaoifa Forward), a troubled young woman (we know this as her eyebrows are knitted in a perpetual state of worry from the very first frame) who sets off on a trip with her friend Lizzy (Rachel Warren) and her boyfriend Carl (Dan Paton) to a deserted holiday home by the sea. Owned by Lizzy’s father and closed for the season, the keys are left unattended long enough to find their way into Lizzy’s possession. Of course, this is an opportunity not to be squandered and the trio set up shop on the top floor, setting in motion a series of increasingly unbelievable (and occasionally ridiculous) events that render them trapped, with no means of escape and
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The Snare Review

The Snare‘s biggest problem (among Many), is that stakes are never defined. Creator C.A. Cooper introduces three (hollow) characters, a seaside vacation setting and a conflict. No backstory or forward thinking, just a situation where horrors will presumably present themselves. Imagine being told “this is a horror movie, and it is meant to scare you,” without having any proof of concept. Not exactly the rousing introduction you’d hope for, but at least expectations are set early – and even then, they’re barely met.

Eaoifa Forward stars as Alice Clarke, a girl who’s first seen packing a suitcase. Her father (?) walks into the room and asks a few questions, but before long, she’s driving in a car with friends Lizzy (Rachel Warren) and Carl (Dan Paton). Then, after some piggish “Would You Rather?” questions from Carl, the gang arrives at a vacant holiday apartment complex where they’re going to party irresponsibly.
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‘The Snare’ Review

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Stars: Eaoifa Forward, Dan Paton, Rachel Warren, Roman Kemp, Stuart Nurse, Sameera Steward, Maria Popska | Written and Directed by C.A. Cooper

In the interest of full disclosure I feel I should say now that this is my first review in several years and with that in mind, I approached this review of C.A. Cooper’s feature debut, The Snare, with some trepidation. Part of me was hoping for a film that would elicit a balanced, in-depth review hitting on both the good and bad aspects, while another part longed for an amazing experience that I could slather in superlatives and praise. However, there is still that other part that longs for something that demands my venom. The part that is angry to have endured a film and screams to vent.

Upon viewing The Snare, which part would be left sated?

The Snare tells the story of Alice (Eaoifa Forward), a
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Movie Review – The Snare (2017)

The Snare, 2017.

Directed by C.A. Cooper.

Starring Eiofa Forward, Dan Paton, Rachel Warren and Stuart Nurse.


Three friends decide to get away for a break, staying at an empty apartment block owned by the parents of one of them. However, due to various circumstances, the trio find themselves trapped on one of the upper floors, unable to call for help and quickly running out of supplies. With their sanity rapidly beginning to fracture, the trio begins to question whether some malicious force is at work, or whether it’s all in their heads.

I’m going to give you two versions of my review of the horror effort The Snare, a short version and a long version; because I think I’m best saving your time on this on dear readers.

Here’s the short version, The Snare is a terrible horror film that you shouldn’t waste your time on.
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Poster and trailer for British horror The Snare

Ahead of its U.S. release next month, Uncork’d Entertainment has released a poster and trailer for writer-director C.A. Cooper’s unnerving British horror-thriller The Snare; check them out here…

Three friends head to the seafront for a drunken weekend, only to be imprisoned on the top floor of their holiday apartment by a malevolent paranormal force.

The Snare hits theaters and On Demand on January 6th with a cast that includes Eaoifa Forward, Dan Paton and Rachel Warren.
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First Trailer for Micro-Budget British Horror The Snare

Arguably above all other genres, the horror is one that we know how to do best on our shores. The British horror industry continues to bring us some of the best films in the genre, and with Hammer recently getting its scare back, we’ve got plenty more to look forward to in the years to come. And if this first trailer for the micro-budgeted film, The Snare, is anything to go by, newcomer writer-director C.A. Cooper is very much one to watch.

With two shorts under his belt already, Cooper makes his first foray into the world of features here, and it’s shaping up to be a promising debut. If you didn’t know it, you really wouldn’t think this was made on a budget of £4,000.

Three students head to the seafront for a drunken weekend, only to be imprisoned on the top floor of their holiday
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The Snare Traps Three Friends on Holiday: First Trailer

The United Kingdom shot The Snare released a trailer recently. This indie film involves three friends on a holiday. And, the film stars Eaoifa Forward (Sacrifice), Dan Paton and Rachel Warren. The Snare's official trailer shows the trio tormented by a lurking apparition. The story for the film provides a few more clues as to the fate of the three friends. A holiday apartment houses an ancient evil, which makes three students' vacation a living hell. This paranormal force will stop at nothing, until it takes their lives! The Snare has finished production and the film should release soon. Fans of indie horror are encouraged to take a look at the trailer below. Release Date: 2014. Director: C.A. Cooper. Cast: Eaoifa Forward, Dan Paton and Rachel Warren. A trailer for The Snare is here: The film's official website is here: The Snare Homepage Source: The Snare at Igors Lab Subscribe
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