Aftershock (2013)HD Closed Captioning
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About the Movie
Eli Roth presents a terrifying disaster thriller from groundbreaking director Nicolas Lopez where an American tourist discovers that surviving a 9.5 earthquake is nothing compared to the hell that follows.
Rotten Tomatoes Movie Reviews
- Reviews Counted: 51
- Fresh: 19
- Rotten: 32
- Average Rating: 4.6/10
Top Critics' Reviews
Fresh: The violence is quick and occasionally inventive, with little of the attenuated nastiness that characterizes so many genre pictures, and the photography ranges from brightly sun-kissed to down-and-dirty.
Rotten: It's hard to imagine just who would want to sit through this movie, given the sadistic mayhem the audience is subjected to.
Rotten: There's so little context to the litany of ugliness - some played for laughs, some meant to shock - that it's hard to discern where the entertainment value lies in any of this.
Rotten: Aftershock's best attribute is the disregard it shows for the safety of its central "heroes" who perish in brutal and generally unexpected ways.
Exactly what wouldn't happen after a 9.5 earthquake.
Ridiculous negativism and senselessness. I see no entertainment value in this what so ever. Save your money, it's not worth it.
It was okay. Expected a little bit more twists.
Not a horror- a grade B thriller at best.
Save your money- and if you're really bored on a rainy day and have nothing better to watch rent this when the price goes down. It definitely isn't a horror- having smashed people in it and people that get their limbs whacked off shouldn't make a movie "horror." It is a semi, at best, thriller about some party people in Chile when an earthquake hits- but the thing is- you really don't care what happens to them.