Fantasy / Horror / Thriller

IMDb Rating 5.4 10 6314

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February 07, 2021 at 02:52 AM



Jeff Goldblum as Hatch
Jeremy Sisto as Vassago
Alfred Molina as Jonas
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972.63 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 45 min
P/S 11 / 40
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English 5.1
23.976 fps
1 hr 45 min
P/S 23 / 58

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by gridoon 6 / 10

Entertaining enough.

I haven't read Dean Koontz's novel, but most of this movie's faults can be traced back to predictable and simplistic script, which bears a strong resemblance to "The Eyes Of Laura Mars". Otherwise, this is an entertaining horror thriller, with trippy "tunnel vision" (literally) sequences, flashes of dark humor and the usual good performance by Jeff Goldblum. The "good vs. evil" climax does come off a bit cheesy, but that doesn't happen because the effects are not good; it happens because of the way in which they are employed. (**1/2)

Reviewed by claudio_carvalho 6 / 10

He Comes Back to Life With Another Vision

While traveling on the road with his wife Lindsay (Christine Lahti) and his daughter Regina (Alicia Silverstone), Hatch Harrison (Jeff Goldblum) has a car accident, hitting a truck and falling with his wife in a river. He dies for more than two hours, but the specialist Dr. Jonas Nyebern (Alfred Molina) successfully brings him back to life. Hatch has some weird premonitions and becomes able to see through the eyes of the psychopath serial killer Vassago (Jeremy Sisto), a young man that killed his mother and his sister and committed suicide and was also brought back to life and now is killing young women and teenagers. When he foresees that Vassago is trying to capture his daughter, Hatch tries to find the criminal first, in spite of Lindsay, Regina and the detective in charge of the investigation believe that he needs psychiatric help.

"Hideaway" is another rip-off of "Eye of Laura Mars", I believe the first movie to explore the idea of a person connected to a serial killer through his eyes. "Hideaway" has a good cinematography and special affects, the cast is great and the sequence of the accident of Hatch and Lindsay is excellent. Although not being an original storyline, this attractive movie entertains. My vote is six.

Title (Brazil): "O Esconderijo" ("The Hiding Place")

Reviewed by poolandrews 7 / 10

"Deader than Elvis." Not too bad actually.

Hidaway tells the tale of the Harrison family, husband & wife Hatch (Jeff Goldblum) & Lindsey (Christine Lahti) plus their teenage daughter Regina (Alicia Silverstone). Driving back from a weekend away they are involved in a car accident which kills Hatch but after being technically dead for 1 hour & 20 minutes Dr. Jonas Nyebern (Alfred Molina) manages to bring him back to life using a new form of resuscitation developed by himself. At first the Harrison family believe they have been given a second change & are overjoyed but one night Hatch as a disturbing vision while cutting himself, that of a young missing girl named Wendy Stone (Gaetana Korbin) being brutally murdered. The visions continue as Hatch begins to think that he may have a psychic link with a serial killer named Vassago (Jeremy Sisto) but at the same time Vassago has a link with him & decides he'll pay Hatch's family a nice friendly visit...

Directed by Brett Leonard I thought Hideaway was a decent enough horror/thriller but in the end nothing spectacular. The script by Andrew Kevin Walker & Neal Jimenez was based on the novel by Dean R. Koontz who was prepared to sue to get his name off the opening credits he thought it so crap, well I probably wouldn't want to put my name to it but that seems a little extreme. Anyway Hideaway moves along at a reasonable pace although it could have used 10 or so minutes cut out, it takes Goldblum ages to realise what's going on while we, the audience, know almost straight away so we sit there waiting for him to catch up. I was also disappointed in the weak climax, a lacklustre good vs. evil showdown with Goldblum's family in danger, seen it all before. On a positive note I thought the film was entertaining for what it was, there's an average twist at the end which isn't brilliant but is better than nothing I suppose & it maintained my interest in where it was going.

Director Leonard doesn't do much to impress, Hideaway is a well made but has little in the way of scares or tension. The best scenes involve Vassago dressed in shades & long black coat, he's has a strong on screen presence. The gore is OK but not exactly plentiful, someone impales themselves on a knife, someone's eye is poked out, there are a couple of slit throats & Goldblum clenches a razor which sends blood squirting everywhere.

With an extremely healthy sounding $15,000,000 budget I simply can't see where all that money went, I really can't. Sure you have to pay stars Goldblum & Silverstone but apart from that there's no big action scenes, limited special effects, no exotic locations & the thing looks like a TV film on occasion. Certainly not worth fifteen big ones. The acting is pretty good & Goldblum is always good to watch although I thought Lahti as his wife was awful.

Hideaway is a decent way to pass the time, it's not the best film ever but it's not the worst. I liked it but I could see why someone wouldn't, hard to give a glowing recommendation to but I think it's worth a watch.

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