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After Dark: Frontier(s) [Unrated]


Xavier Gens

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About the Movie

A gang of small time crooks botch a robbery and are on the run from the law. With the police on their tails, they take refuge in a seedy hostel owned by degenerate rednecks who have a lot more than cattle on their minds.


Rotten Tomatoes Movie Reviews


  • Reviews Counted: 20
  • Fresh: 11
  • Rotten: 9
  • Average Rating: 5.4/10

Top Critics' Reviews

Fresh: The real surprise of Frontier(s) is that this creepy, bloody contemporary gross-out also has some ideas, visual and otherwise, wedged among its sanguineous drips. – Manohla Dargis, New York Times, Jul 16, 2008

Rotten: Can a movie be an adrenalin-fueled, blood-gushing thrill ride and still be as boring as dirt? Apparently. – John Anderson, Variety, Jul 7, 2010

Rotten: It's as relentless as it is hateful, hammily directed and derivative of the dreariest slop in contemporary American horror cinema. – Jim Ridley, Village Voice, May 14, 2008

Fresh: a bludgeoning, bloody trawl through the cliches of survival horror, with a strong contemporary political subtext - and as with any good barbecue, there is plenty of red sauce, and absolutely nothing has been left underdone. – Anton Bitel, Film4, Jun 24, 2010

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Customer Reviews

Derivative, but fantastic

With elements of 28 Days in the beginning, a good portion of Texas Chainsaw, a bit of Haute Tension, and a dash of Carrie for good measure (and even a sprinkle of The Descent), this movie is like an insider's guide to horror movies. Right now, the best horror movies are not coming out of America, but rather Europe and Asia. This is a good example of that.

With scares, gore, revenge, and political commentary all thrown in, I cannot recommend Frontier(s) more highly. It was entertaining from beginning to end. It is, however, truly a Frankenstein-like collection of other movies; but it's weaved together in an entirely original way.

And it has Nazis! And who doesn't love to see Nazis sliced up....

One of the best horror movie there is

This movie is one of the best in the genre. even though it's a foreign film, french, still the atmosphere, tension and plot makes for an exciting thrill ride. The ending though needed to be worked on. but the film itself was more than i had expected. horror movies, minus final destination and the saw movies, are lacking alot of energy. it surprised me that france could produce such surperior movies, last i seen was high tension which i still love, than places we should have expected movies to be better made. so my hat's off to the french. keep them coming.

WOW! Must see

Lots of suspense. Most blood I've seen in a movie. Magically disturbing! Must see. One of the better "Films to Die For" movies

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After Dark: Frontier(s) [Unrated]
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  • $5.99
  • Genre: Horror
  • Released: 2008

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