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Im Spin-Off des Horrorklassikers gerät Frankensteins Monster Original-​Titel: I, Frankenstein. Filmstart in Deutschland: R. I, Frankenstein: Fantasyfilm von Richard S. Wright/Andrew Mason mit Aden Young/Deniz Akdeniz/Miranda Otto. Auf DVD und Blu-Ray. ltc2018.eu - Kaufen Sie I, Frankenstein günstig ein. Mai ; Darsteller: Aaron Eckhart, Bill Nighy, Aden Young, Yvonne Strahovski, Miranda Otto; Untertitel.

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Der vor Jahren von Frankenstein erschaffene Adam agiert als Beschützer der Menschen vor den Gestalten der Unterwelt. Denn in Darkhaven kämpfen Dämonen und Menschen in einer dystopischen Welt gegeneinander. Adam gerät zwischen die Fronten, als. I, Frankenstein – Wikipedia. Wenn das Mary Shelley wüsste! Im neuen Streich der „Underworld“-Macher gerät Aaron Eckhart als Frankensteins unsterbliche Kreatur in einen Konflikt. I, Frankenstein: Fantasyfilm von Richard S. Wright/Andrew Mason mit Aden Young/Deniz Akdeniz/Miranda Otto. Auf DVD und Blu-Ray. I, Frankenstein (). US-Fantasyfilm: Frankensteins Monster spielt eine entscheidende Schlüsselrolle in dem das weitere Schicksal der Menschheit. Im Spin-Off des Horrorklassikers gerät Frankensteins Monster Original-​Titel: I, Frankenstein. Filmstart in Deutschland: R. ltc2018.eu - Kaufen Sie I, Frankenstein günstig ein. Mai ; Darsteller: Aaron Eckhart, Bill Nighy, Aden Young, Yvonne Strahovski, Miranda Otto; Untertitel.

Frankenstein 2014

Im Spin-Off des Horrorklassikers gerät Frankensteins Monster Original-​Titel: I, Frankenstein. Filmstart in Deutschland: R. I, Frankenstein (). US-Fantasyfilm: Frankensteins Monster spielt eine entscheidende Schlüsselrolle in dem das weitere Schicksal der Menschheit. I, Frankenstein: Fantasyfilm von Richard S. Wright/Andrew Mason mit Aden Young/Deniz Akdeniz/Miranda Otto. Auf DVD und Blu-Ray. Doch die wirkliche Bedrohung naht in Gestalt der bösen Dämonen, die unter allen Umständen das Roberto Monden von Adams Unsterblichkeit zu ergründen versuchen. Sie führen für ihn Experimente durch, indem sie versuchen, Leichen wieder zum Leben zu erwecken. Caitlin Stasey. Nach dem Urteil. Die Entwicklung seines Charakters findet somit nicht statt, das macht auch die Auflösung des Konflikts Old And Young Ende zunichte. Januar Hulk Film, womit er einen Tag vor den USA startete. World War Z. Wangen Kino Monster bekommt einen Namen — und einen eigenen Film.

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I, Frankenstein Add Article. I, Frankenstein Critics Consensus Loud, incoherent, and dramatically listless, I, Frankenstein is a remarkably dull fantasy adventure that fails to generate much excitement or interest in its characters.

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How did you buy your ticket? View All Photos Movie Info. Two centuries after Dr. Frankenstein assembles and reanimates his creature, Adam Aaron Eckhart is still living.

He becomes embroiled in a war between two immortal races: gargoyles, the traditional protectors of mankind, and evil demons.

It is up to Adam to discover his inner humanity and the reason for his continued existence. Stuart Beattie. Wright , Andrew Mason , Sidney Kimmel.

Jan 5, Aaron Eckhart Adam. Bill Nighy Naberius. Miranda Otto Leonore. Jai Courtney Gideon. Yvonne Strahovski Terra.

Aden Young Victor Frankenstein. Kevin Grevioux Dekar. Socratis Otto Zuriel. Caitlin Stasey Keziah. Mahesh Jadu Ophir.

Stuart Beattie Director. Stuart Beattie Screenwriter. Tom Rosenberg Producer. Gary Lucchesi Producer.

Richard S. Wright Producer. Andrew Mason Producer. Sidney Kimmel Producer. Troy Lum Executive Producer. David Kern Executive Producer.

Eric Reid Executive Producer. Now Streaming: Her and I, Frankenstein. January 30, Full Review…. January 26, Rating: 1. February 1, Full Review….

November 11, Rating: 1. November 1, Full Review…. View All Critic Reviews Mar 02, Why wouldn't Frankenstein's monster henceforth referred to as Adam be the focal point in a war between heaven and hell?

And why wouldn't the angels really be gargoyles and live in cathedrals? And why wouldn't the demons be trying to get their demony hands on Dr.

F's book on reviving the dead? And why wouldn't we jump ahead years to modern-day, where "Adam" should be a rotted corpse? Transparently an attempt to replicate the surprisingly enduring Underworld franchise, this secret supernatural war is a lame monster movie disguised as a lamer superhero film.

It's also absurdly idiotic in just about every capacity, as if no department had any communication with one another. Aaron Eckhart grumbles and trudges his way through this awful mess but you can feel his disdain for the entire enterprise.

It's not even deliciously campy, choosing to try and re-envision the classic monster in a modern and realistic setting.

The action sequences are mundane when they're not incoherent. I, Frankenstein feels like a movie version based upon the video game of some other source material.

It's loud and inept and campy but mostly outrageously dumb. I can't wait to watch someone else in Hollywood recycle this cheap plot setup for a desperate supernatural franchise "Okay, the Creature from the Black Lagoon finds itself in the center of a war between centaurs and When people talk about the dregs of Hollywood, and the echo chamber of stripping away creativity, let I, Frankenstein be a prime example of the worst of us.

Nate's Grade: D. Nate Z Super Reviewer. Jan 01, Every now and then a movie comes along that is just inundated with great casting, and yet is one of the most unwatchably horrendous piles of garbage you will ever come across.

Movie 43 is one such film, another is 's Planet of the Apes. Green Lantern. X-Men: Last Stand You get the idea. You watch them and you think to yourself "Goddamn, whoever is pulling the string back there must have some seriously dark shit on these actors, because there is absolutely no way that these talented people would consciously make the decision to be in that movie other than blackmail.

I, Frankenstein isn't quite that bad. It's crap. But not quite on that level. It feels less like the actors were blackmailed, and a little more like they were doing favours.

Almost everybody in the bloody thing is Australian. And it was filmed here in Melbourne where I live, so most of the actors probably did them a favour because the movie brought a lot of money in to the country.

Bill Nighy has known the crew for a long time so that's why he's here. Kevin Grievoux wrote the comic it's based on so that's his favour. Gotta be honest though, if I was him, I'd be pretty damn mad about what they did to his source material.

But not as bad as I had been lead to believe. There's at least some practical effects, and that's always nice. There may not have been much of a story, and what story there was may not have been very good, or very well explained, but it had one.

It knew what it was about and that puts it miles above other entries of a similar vein like Age of Extinction or 47 Ronin, which just make bullshit up as they go along and end up with something that doesn't even resemble an actual movie.

I, Frankenstein was poor. So poor that I don't believe I'll ever watch it again. But it wasn't so unfathomably rubbish that I couldn't bare watching it the first time, or couldn't like a single thing about it.

Gimly M Super Reviewer. Aug 27, Stuart Beattie creates a monster of a film, based off of a monster. I, Frankenstein leaves nothing on the table, but the problem is that it doesn't put anything on it beforehand.

The story is just over 80 minutes, which is a good thing because plot details are light and simple, yet enough to get the film from opening to closing credits.

Loaded with CG, the battles between gargoyles and demons are tolerable, thanks to a great concept of descending and ascending deaths.

The choreography for some brief one on one duels also has potential. Showcasing a noticeable cast, there are no standout performances to report.

In other words, they keep the film from falling to the floor. I, Frankenstein takes itself too seriously and is too soft for its own good.

A more mature rating and some dark humor is needed to make this a recommendation. JY S Super Reviewer. Jul 08, Man, I heard this was a serious stretch, but Apple must be running out of ideas if it's going to create some kind of iFrankenstein product.

Lame jokes aside, first, the super-stylish Danny Boyle directs the "Frankenstein" play, and now we have this, so I reckon it's finally time for Frankenstein to come into the modern entertainment world.

I don't know about you, but I'm just glad that the bored, middle-aged housewives trying to impress teenaged girls didn't get ahold of this property, you know, again Hey, 21 was middle-aged back in Mary Shelley's day , so, as a man, I'll take this, even though it is lame and, perhaps on purpose, an unholy fusion of some dead neo-supernatural film franchises.

It's "Underworld" meets "Blade", except there is a distinction: it doesn't have vampires, which is bogus, because now that Aaron Eckhart is mad and deformed to the max, he's ready to take on some batmen.

Jokes aside, Eckhart is taking this a little too seriously, even though he's probably not going to get any more attention for this than Kevin Grevioux is, because even though co-wrote the graphic novel upon which this film is based, and actually in this film, I mean, no more than the amount of people who read the graphic novel in question is going to remember this film.

Nonetheless, excitement is still in the air, because Tom Rosenberg, Gary Lucchesi and Richard Wright hit two bats with one stone when they produced "Underworld" and took on vampires and werewolves, but now they're ready to take on the Stein, baby, so maybe they'll make a better "Mummy" film when they join the franchise for the next installment, so long as it's not like this film.

Lakeshore has put out some pretty good stuff, but make no mistake, this is less "Million Dollar Baby" and more "The Six Million Dollar Man", or rather, "The Sixty-Five Million Dollar Man" That might be too much to rebuild this man, let alone this franchise , all fluff, though not much payoff, despite some undeniable strengths.

Although it has its flat spots, and is made fairly awkward by the showcasing of new advancements in frame rate technology which limit realistic motion blurs, Ross Emery's cinematography is fairly handsome in its neo-gothic chill, which supplements some reasonably memorable visuals, complimented by visual effects that are often flimsy, but just as often fair in their rendering, and consistently colorful in their flashy concept.

The creature buries his creator in the Frankenstein family cemetery and is then attacked by demons before being rescued by the gargoyles Ophir and Keziah, who bring it before the gargoyle queen Leonore and their commander Gideon.

Leonore explains that they were created by the Archangel Michael to battle demons on Earth and protect humanity.

They name the creature "Adam" and invite him to join them, but he declines and departs after being given heavy, baton-like weapons to protect himself, as more demons will come after him.

The weapons allow him to "descend" demons destroying their bodies and trapping their souls in Hell as they have the symbol of the Gargoyle Order carved on them.

Throughout the centuries, Adam fends off the demons that pursue him. During a modern-day confrontation at a nightclub, a human police officer is killed.

While Adam is summoned by the gargoyles once more, the demon Helek reports that Adam is alive to his leader, the demon-prince Naberius , who is disguised as billionaire businessman Charles Wessex, and his right-hand man, Dekar.

Wessex has employed scientists Terra Wade and Carl Avery to conduct experiments with reanimated corpses, and sends a group of demons led by his most formidable warrior, Zuriel, to attack the gargoyles' cathedral and capture Adam so he can unlock the secret to giving life.

Before Leonore can punish Adam for the police officer's death, the cathedral is attacked and Adam convinces Ophir to release him. In the ensuing battle, dozens, if not hundreds, of demons are slain and descended, but 16 gargoyles, including Ophir and Keziah, are "ascended" returned to and trapped in Heaven while Leonore is captured and brought to an abandoned theater.

Gideon is instructed to bring Adam as a trade for Leonore; Adam interrogates a demon and gains the same information. Adam having escaped, Gideon descends into the vaults and takes Victor Frankenstein's journal, which was taken off of Adam's body the night they found him.

He exchanges the journal for Leonore, as it contains the secrets of the experiment. Once Gideon departs with Leonore, Adam attempts to recover the journal, but is prevented from doing so as several demons attack.

Descending them, Adam then follows Zuriel to the Wessex Institute, where he learns that Naberius plans to recreate Frankenstein's experiment and use thousands of reanimated corpses as hosts for souls of the descended demons.

The demons will be able to return from Hell if they have soulless bodies to possess. Adam retrieves the journal and escapes, and later confronts Terra before they are attacked by Zuriel.

Adam manages to "descend" Zuriel. Adam warns the remaining gargoyles of Naberius' plan, agreeing to give them the journal if they get him and Terra to safety.

Leonore agrees, but sends Gideon to kill him and retrieve the journal. After a violent fight, Adam is forced to "ascend" Gideon and then decides to burn Frankenstein's journal and destroy its secrets before the gargoyles come after him.

Adam evades them, leading them to the Wessex Institute where they join battle with Naberius' demons, descending Dekar early in the fight.

While the battle progresses, Adam ventures into the Institute to rescue Terra, who had been kidnapped by Naberius to put the next stage of his plan into process after he killed Avery.

Naberius takes his true demonic form and activates the machine, throwing Terra into the electrical field. Adam dives between Terra and the lethal voltage, saving her.

Naberius overpowers Adam and tries to have one of the demon spirits possess him, but Adam proves immune as he has gained his own soul with his selfless act of sacrifice when saving Terra.

As the gargoyles attempt to stop the reanimated bodies, Adam carves the symbol of the Gargoyle Order on Naberius, sanctifying his very body and utterly destroying it, descending Naberius alongside all the other demons in his army, and causing the entire building to collapse.

Adam retrieves his weapons. After bidding farewell to Terra, Adam departs to begin an immortal quest to protect the humans of the world and hunt demons for selfless reasons, the attitude that had earned him his soul in the first place.

In doing so, he embraces his role and his true name of "Frankenstein". Kevin Grevioux of Underworld sold the original screenplay to Lakeshore Entertainment in It was announced on October 7, that Aaron Eckhart would play the lead role.

Principal photography began on February 27, , [15] based at Docklands Studios Melbourne. The North American release was originally set for February 22, , [17] and moved from its original release date of February 22, to September 13, It was released in a further nine countries between January 29 and January The site's general consensus is: "Loud, incoherent, and dramatically listless, I, Frankenstein is a remarkably dull fantasy adventure that fails to generate much excitement or interest in its characters.

Among the film's five positive reviews on Rotten Tomatoes was Ben Sachs, who said of the film "The novel premise quickly gives way to lots of chaotic action, though there are numerous incidental pleasures throughout.

Much doubt has been cast over a sequel due to the film's lackluster box office performance, though Kevin Grevioux , creator of the graphic novel and the Underworld film series , had earlier expressed interest in making more I, Frankenstein films along with an Underworld crossover film.

He stated in a pre-release interview that, in an early draft of his screenplay, Kate Beckinsale would have made a post-credits cameo appearance as Selene and that there would have been Underworld Easter eggs , but none of this was used.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Theatrical release poster. Kevin Grevioux Stuart Beattie. Johnny Klimek Reinhold Heil. Release date.

Running time. Archived from the original on October 24, Retrieved June 14, Entertainment Film Distributors. British Board of Film Classification.

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Cancel Resend Email. I, Frankenstein Add Article. I, Frankenstein Critics Consensus Loud, incoherent, and dramatically listless, I, Frankenstein is a remarkably dull fantasy adventure that fails to generate much excitement or interest in its characters.

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How did you buy your ticket? View All Photos Movie Info. Two centuries after Dr. Frankenstein assembles and reanimates his creature, Adam Aaron Eckhart is still living.

He becomes embroiled in a war between two immortal races: gargoyles, the traditional protectors of mankind, and evil demons.

It is up to Adam to discover his inner humanity and the reason for his continued existence. Stuart Beattie. Wright , Andrew Mason , Sidney Kimmel.

Jan 5, Aaron Eckhart Adam. Bill Nighy Naberius. Miranda Otto Leonore. Jai Courtney Gideon. Yvonne Strahovski Terra. Aden Young Victor Frankenstein.

Kevin Grevioux Dekar. Socratis Otto Zuriel. Caitlin Stasey Keziah. Mahesh Jadu Ophir. Stuart Beattie Director. Stuart Beattie Screenwriter.

Tom Rosenberg Producer. Gary Lucchesi Producer. Richard S. Wright Producer. Andrew Mason Producer. Sidney Kimmel Producer.

Troy Lum Executive Producer. David Kern Executive Producer. Eric Reid Executive Producer. Now Streaming: Her and I, Frankenstein.

January 30, Full Review…. January 26, Rating: 1. February 1, Full Review…. November 11, Rating: 1.

November 1, Full Review…. View All Critic Reviews Mar 02, Why wouldn't Frankenstein's monster henceforth referred to as Adam be the focal point in a war between heaven and hell?

And why wouldn't the angels really be gargoyles and live in cathedrals? And why wouldn't the demons be trying to get their demony hands on Dr.

F's book on reviving the dead? And why wouldn't we jump ahead years to modern-day, where "Adam" should be a rotted corpse?

Transparently an attempt to replicate the surprisingly enduring Underworld franchise, this secret supernatural war is a lame monster movie disguised as a lamer superhero film.

It's also absurdly idiotic in just about every capacity, as if no department had any communication with one another. Aaron Eckhart grumbles and trudges his way through this awful mess but you can feel his disdain for the entire enterprise.

It's not even deliciously campy, choosing to try and re-envision the classic monster in a modern and realistic setting.

The action sequences are mundane when they're not incoherent. I, Frankenstein feels like a movie version based upon the video game of some other source material.

It's loud and inept and campy but mostly outrageously dumb. I can't wait to watch someone else in Hollywood recycle this cheap plot setup for a desperate supernatural franchise "Okay, the Creature from the Black Lagoon finds itself in the center of a war between centaurs and When people talk about the dregs of Hollywood, and the echo chamber of stripping away creativity, let I, Frankenstein be a prime example of the worst of us.

Nate's Grade: D. Nate Z Super Reviewer. Jan 01, Every now and then a movie comes along that is just inundated with great casting, and yet is one of the most unwatchably horrendous piles of garbage you will ever come across.

Movie 43 is one such film, another is 's Planet of the Apes. Green Lantern. X-Men: Last Stand You get the idea. You watch them and you think to yourself "Goddamn, whoever is pulling the string back there must have some seriously dark shit on these actors, because there is absolutely no way that these talented people would consciously make the decision to be in that movie other than blackmail.

I, Frankenstein isn't quite that bad. It's crap. But not quite on that level. It feels less like the actors were blackmailed, and a little more like they were doing favours.

Almost everybody in the bloody thing is Australian. And it was filmed here in Melbourne where I live, so most of the actors probably did them a favour because the movie brought a lot of money in to the country.

Bill Nighy has known the crew for a long time so that's why he's here. Kevin Grievoux wrote the comic it's based on so that's his favour.

Gotta be honest though, if I was him, I'd be pretty damn mad about what they did to his source material. But not as bad as I had been lead to believe.

There's at least some practical effects, and that's always nice. There may not have been much of a story, and what story there was may not have been very good, or very well explained, but it had one.

It knew what it was about and that puts it miles above other entries of a similar vein like Age of Extinction or 47 Ronin, which just make bullshit up as they go along and end up with something that doesn't even resemble an actual movie.

I, Frankenstein was poor. So poor that I don't believe I'll ever watch it again. But it wasn't so unfathomably rubbish that I couldn't bare watching it the first time, or couldn't like a single thing about it.

Gimly M Super Reviewer. Aug 27, Stuart Beattie creates a monster of a film, based off of a monster. I, Frankenstein leaves nothing on the table, but the problem is that it doesn't put anything on it beforehand.

The story is just over 80 minutes, which is a good thing because plot details are light and simple, yet enough to get the film from opening to closing credits.

Loaded with CG, the battles between gargoyles and demons are tolerable, thanks to a great concept of descending and ascending deaths.

The choreography for some brief one on one duels also has potential. Showcasing a noticeable cast, there are no standout performances to report.

In other words, they keep the film from falling to the floor. I, Frankenstein takes itself too seriously and is too soft for its own good.

A more mature rating and some dark humor is needed to make this a recommendation. JY S Super Reviewer. Jul 08, Man, I heard this was a serious stretch, but Apple must be running out of ideas if it's going to create some kind of iFrankenstein product.

Lame jokes aside, first, the super-stylish Danny Boyle directs the "Frankenstein" play, and now we have this, so I reckon it's finally time for Frankenstein to come into the modern entertainment world.

I don't know about you, but I'm just glad that the bored, middle-aged housewives trying to impress teenaged girls didn't get ahold of this property, you know, again Hey, 21 was middle-aged back in Mary Shelley's day , so, as a man, I'll take this, even though it is lame and, perhaps on purpose, an unholy fusion of some dead neo-supernatural film franchises.

It's "Underworld" meets "Blade", except there is a distinction: it doesn't have vampires, which is bogus, because now that Aaron Eckhart is mad and deformed to the max, he's ready to take on some batmen.

Jokes aside, Eckhart is taking this a little too seriously, even though he's probably not going to get any more attention for this than Kevin Grevioux is, because even though co-wrote the graphic novel upon which this film is based, and actually in this film, I mean, no more than the amount of people who read the graphic novel in question is going to remember this film.

Nonetheless, excitement is still in the air, because Tom Rosenberg, Gary Lucchesi and Richard Wright hit two bats with one stone when they produced "Underworld" and took on vampires and werewolves, but now they're ready to take on the Stein, baby, so maybe they'll make a better "Mummy" film when they join the franchise for the next installment, so long as it's not like this film.

Lakeshore has put out some pretty good stuff, but make no mistake, this is less "Million Dollar Baby" and more "The Six Million Dollar Man", or rather, "The Sixty-Five Million Dollar Man" That might be too much to rebuild this man, let alone this franchise , all fluff, though not much payoff, despite some undeniable strengths.

Although it has its flat spots, and is made fairly awkward by the showcasing of new advancements in frame rate technology which limit realistic motion blurs, Ross Emery's cinematography is fairly handsome in its neo-gothic chill, which supplements some reasonably memorable visuals, complimented by visual effects that are often flimsy, but just as often fair in their rendering, and consistently colorful in their flashy concept.

Needless to say, the technical flash really sparks during action sequences that, no matter how well-framed and questionably drawn in staging and technicality, mark heights in entertainment value through generally tense and tight staging that thrives on Stuart Beattie's direction.

I suppose action is most consistently commendable aspect to Beattie's direction, which is an often baffling mess Seriously, even the framing is often off , yet not exactly to where the final product collapses as contemptible, thanks to certain highlights in direction which range from lively orchestrations of style, to gaining a tight enough grip on pacing to provide fun moments amidst a consistent degree of mild entertainment value.

As the gargoyles attempt to stop the reanimated bodies, Adam carves the symbol of the Gargoyle Order on Naberius, sanctifying his very body and utterly destroying it, descending Naberius alongside all the other demons in his army, and causing the entire building to collapse.

Adam retrieves his weapons. After bidding farewell to Terra, Adam departs to begin an immortal quest to protect the humans of the world and hunt demons for selfless reasons, the attitude that had earned him his soul in the first place.

In doing so, he embraces his role and his true name of "Frankenstein". Kevin Grevioux of Underworld sold the original screenplay to Lakeshore Entertainment in It was announced on October 7, that Aaron Eckhart would play the lead role.

Principal photography began on February 27, , [15] based at Docklands Studios Melbourne. The North American release was originally set for February 22, , [17] and moved from its original release date of February 22, to September 13, It was released in a further nine countries between January 29 and January The site's general consensus is: "Loud, incoherent, and dramatically listless, I, Frankenstein is a remarkably dull fantasy adventure that fails to generate much excitement or interest in its characters.

Among the film's five positive reviews on Rotten Tomatoes was Ben Sachs, who said of the film "The novel premise quickly gives way to lots of chaotic action, though there are numerous incidental pleasures throughout.

Much doubt has been cast over a sequel due to the film's lackluster box office performance, though Kevin Grevioux , creator of the graphic novel and the Underworld film series , had earlier expressed interest in making more I, Frankenstein films along with an Underworld crossover film.

He stated in a pre-release interview that, in an early draft of his screenplay, Kate Beckinsale would have made a post-credits cameo appearance as Selene and that there would have been Underworld Easter eggs , but none of this was used.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Theatrical release poster. Kevin Grevioux Stuart Beattie. Johnny Klimek Reinhold Heil. Release date.

Running time. Archived from the original on October 24, Retrieved June 14, Entertainment Film Distributors. British Board of Film Classification.

January 14, Retrieved January 16, Box Office Mojo. Retrieved March 9, February 1, Retrieved March 15, April 15, Archived from the original on July 12, Dread Central.

February 2, Bloody Disgusting. March 28, The Hollywood Reporter. Retrieved May 3, Herald Sun. Retrieved March 4, Retrieved November 18, Den of Geek.

Film Business Asia. The Sydney Morning Herald. Australian Associated Press. February 27, Dead Central. April 19, Retrieved March 1, Retrieved February 28,

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