The Hideout (2007)

  |  Horror, Mystery, Thriller


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"The Hideout" is a mystery-thriller about an Italian woman who moves to Davenport to open a restaurant. After her husband commits suicide, she spends fifteen years recovering at a Minnesota... See full summary »


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21 November 2007 | dickvisa
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| Awful movie
Quentin Tarantino was 100% right when he said the nowadays Italian movies suck! After having seen "La Terza Madre" by Dario Argento i though that was impossible to find another movie with so much nonsense on it. The Hideout seems to be a movie shot by an amateur Avati long time ago made a movie called "La casa dalle finestre che ridono" which is an Italian horror masterpiece...the Hideout is suppose to be a sort of sequel but it is nothing else that a vacation director Pupi Avati decided to do with his own family... no acting because Laura Morante plays her self as usual, hysterical and confused...no story because the story is just a way to break people ears with loud scary noises and dumb voices, no suspense and a lot of foreseen things. Avoid this movie and pray for Italian movies resurrection

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