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The Damned

Thriller . Horror . Mystery

After suffering the recent loss of his wife, David Reynolds decides to take his family on a cathartic trip to her home village in Columbia. While en route, they get into a car accident and seek refuge in a secluded inn. While there they find a mysterious young girl, Ana Maria, locked up with cryptic symbols painted on the walls of her cell. Shocked by the treatment of her caretaker, the family sets Ana free only to realize that she is possessed by an evil spirit from centuries past. What’s worse, the spirit can jump from person to person, creating a deadly dynamic amongst the once loving family. Now, David must figure out a way to lock the spirit up for good before it destroys him and his family.

Actors: Peter Facinelli , Sophia Myles , Nathalia Ramos , Carolina Guerra , Sebastian Martinez , Gustavo Angarita , Juan Pablo Gamboa , Julieta Salazar , Tatiana Renteria , Sebastian Martínez
Directors: Víctor García
Country: USA
Release: 2014-08-29
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  • Frank Scheck

    Tautly orchestrated within its single setting and photographed and edited for maximum shock value, The Damned never really rises above its standard conventions. But its fast pacing and sheer air of conviction make it a better than average example of its overworked genre.

    The Hollywood Reporter Full Review
  • Ernest Hardy

    It's all well acted and expertly crafted — quick edits that play mind and visual games with the viewer, music that heightens tension, some cool special effects — but most of the victims are people you want to slap even before their secrets are spilled.

    Village Voice Full Review
  • Jeannette Catsoulis

    Playing characters with no real substance, the actors struggle to develop a sense of shared peril.

    The New York Times Full Review
  • Gary Goldstein

    The script by Richard D'Ovidio is so packed with knuckleheaded moves and ultra-obvious dialogue ("Dad, there's something wrong with this place!") that the whole enterprise proves more risible than frightening.

    Los Angeles Times Full Review
  • Elizabeth Weitzman

    You won't get much back story, and the action is fairly generic. But The Damned still makes for a serviceable horror flick, with better performances than a movie of this caliber usually offers.

    New York Daily News Full Review
  • Carson Lund

    From its first draw of blood onward, it bolts down a foreseeable slasher-movie trajectory, laying on thick the dramatic irony while constantly inventing new reasons to punish its characters for old iniquities.

    Slant Magazine Full Review
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