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The Descent 1 See a Problem? VideoOther People's Heartache, Bastille - The Descent ft. Lily Moore, Moss Kena, Jacob Banks En plein milieu du massif des Appalaches, six jeunes femmes se donnent rendez-vous pour une expédition spéléologique. Soudain, un éboulement bloque le chemin du retour. Alors qu'elles tentent de trouver une autre issue, elles réalisent qu'elles ne sont pas seules. Quelque chose est là, sous terre, avec elles Quelque chose de terriblement dangereux décidé à les traquer une à une. The Descent est un film réalisé par Neil Marshall avec Natalie Jackson Mendoza, Shauna Macdonald. Synopsis: En plein milieu du massif des Appalaches, six jeunes femmes se donnent rendez-vous 3/5(K). Descent is a first-person shooter (FPS) game developed by Parallax Software and released by Interplay Productions in for MS-DOS, and later for Macintosh, PlayStation, and RISC my-bar-mitzvah.com popularized a subgenre of FPS games employing six degrees of freedom and was the first FPS to feature entirely true-3D graphics. The player is cast as a mercenary hired to eliminate the threat of a mysterious Developer(s): Parallax Software.
The Descent 1 Rede The Descent 1 Balaleika Watchbox. - 5-fach Meilen im FebruarNach einer Nacht in einer Berghütte führt Im Auge Der Angst die fünf Freundinnen zum Eingang eines Höhlensystems, von dem sie glauben, es seien die touristisch erschlossenen Boreham Caverns.
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How did you buy your ticket? View All Photos Movie Info. A year after a severe emotional trauma, Sarah Shauna Macdonald goes to North Carolina to spend some time exploring caves with her friends; after descending underground, the women find strange cave paintings and evidence of an earlier expedition, then learn they are not alone: Underground predators inhabit the crevasses, and they have a taste for human flesh.
Neil Marshall. Christian Colson. Sep 8, Celador Productions. Dolby SRD, DTS, SDDS. Shauna Macdonald Sarah. Natalie Mendoza Juno.
Alex Reid Beth. Saskia Mulder Rebecca. Nora Jane Noone Holly. MyAnna Buring Sam. Oliver Milburn Paul. Molly Kayll Jessica. Neil Marshall Director.
Neil Marshall Writer. Christian Colson Producer. Paul Smith Executive Producer. Sam McCurdy Cinematographer.
Jon Harris Film Editor. David Julyan Original Music. Simon Bowles Production Design. Jason Knox-Johnston Art Direction. Various religious traditions offer aid, advise, relief and comfort in that struggle.
Mine offers me a Savior, but that's another matter. I'll finish this book. Indeed, I put it down with difficulty, a tribute to its power and realistically drawn characters and gripping situations.
I read to see how true to evil Long makes his Satan: can he manifest evil with mere physical cruelty or will his depictions cut closer to the spiritual realities of real evil?
View 1 comment. Feb 24, Algernon Darth Anyan rated it it was ok Shelves: To be honest, I would probably have rated The Descent a five star, had i only read it when I was 14 and eager for over the top adventures with scariest monsters and extensive bloodshed.
This is the kind of modern high-octane thriller that I was craving for after growing a bit too old for the classic tales of Jules Verne or Alexandre Dumas.
Alas, I can no longer ignore the poorly drawn characters, the whooping plot holes that accumulate toward the end of the journey, the bloated side quests that add nothing to the main plot, and especially the glaring inconsistencies in physics, chemistry and biology that masquerade as scientific facts.
Jules Verne had an excuse when he wrote Journey to The Center of the Earth , as the sum of human knowledge about our planet at the time he wrote his novel was much more sketchy and speculative than what we have now.
In the hollow world of The Descent, not only do the pressures and temperatures remain stubbornly temperate as we go down for miles into the earth's crust, but the air remains breathable, the walls glow with bioluminescence penetrating hundreds of meters of cavesapce, and microbes and fungi can support a fully functional ecosystem; standard batteries for lanterns and laptops can last for weeks of intensive use view spoiler [ not to mention that you can hide 5 canisters of poisonous gas inside a functional laptop hide spoiler ] For the good parts, the multiple POV storytelling, the epic scale and the apocalyptic disaster setting reminded me positively of some of Arthur Hailey or Michael Crichton thrillers.
Horror afficionados should enjoy the scary scenes right from the opening chapter, the grotesque creatures of the dark, the extremely high bodycount and the explicit descriptions of torn limbs and scattered entrails.
The high altitude rock climber Ike and the Catholic nun Ali are actually interesting lead characters, the religious connotations of the journey were well integrated into the story.
But, frankly, when I came across the quote: Lasciate ogni speranza, voi ch'entrate I felt like translating it into : Check your brains out before you enter, and enjoy the popcorn!
What to read instead? I recommend F Paul Wilson and Robert R McCammon. Dec 19, Susan the other Susan rated it it was amazing Shelves: made-me-add-more-books , yikes-almighty , creepy-splendor , thriller , biblical-horror , pardon-my-psycopathy , sci-fi-for-people-who-don-t-read-si , dont-mess-with-mr-howdy.
An epic tale of exploration and adventure, dark as caverns, blurring the line between the real and the supernatural. This begs to be a big-budget film brought to life with effects that would not have been possible when the book was published.
Sadly, the rights were purportedly p Spectacular. Sadly, the rights were purportedly purchased for a failed B-grade horror flick.
Talk about a missed opportunity.. After The Descent, I read anything I could find by Jeff Long. He's a must-read author for me.
Aug 10, Jason rated it it was amazing Shelves: e-books , read Most of the story takes place miles underground and Jeff Long, a real life cave diver, brings those environments to us through detailed prose.
Great characterizations, pace, and plot make this a gem of a narrative. I look forward to reading the follow up novels.
Feb 12, Nancy Oakes rated it really liked it Shelves: horror. This book was SO much fun to read. It scared me silly then kept me dangling up until the very end.
One of the major criticisms of this book was its ending, but I disagree. Other than that, there really wasn't much I didn't like about this book.
For a fun, scary, adventure type novel, it definitely merits a good rating. As the story opens, they along with their group find themselves stuck in a cave during a snowstorm In Tibet.
Turning on their lights, they make the gruesome discovery of a mummy with writing tattooed into his skin. Then the next day, they wake up and one of their group is gone.
After a long while, he has no luck, so he decides to go back to the others, but when he gets there, they've disappeared.
Then switch to the Kalahari, where Ali, a nun, is working in a leper colony. Then, in the final introductory chapter, Elias Branch, an Army general oversees an operation involving locating mass graves in Bosnia.
It doesn't take long until humanity realizes that they are not alone in this world After tests are done, it is shown that there is an entire complex of subterranean territory waiting to be claimed.
But first the humans must deal with what is below. And let me tell you, what's down there ain't pretty. Very similar in many ways to Dante's Inferno you'll understand if you've read Dante , it's also kind of a Journey to the Center of the Earth type thing.
This is not your standard horror novel; I would say it goes between supernatural and science fiction. It is one of those books where you have to tell yourself going into it that you're here for the suspenseful experience and for the fun.
I really liked this book and if you're into this kind of stuff, you'll like it too. Jul 17, Becca Charlier-Matthews rated it did not like it Shelves: horror , mystery-thriller.
Unfortunately there's not much in the way of character development or plot pacing. There was at least one character that was introduced and then disappeared for pages or so.
A world wide system of tunnels and caves is discovered deep within the earth along with an aggressive and violent human-like race of people living in them.
Much of the first pages goes to introducing the 4 or 5 main characters. Then the author often skips ahead years at a time, devoting only 2 or 3 pages to establishing an alternate future where government and corporations are struggling to find a place for the new hadals, as the new underground race is called.
There are some good scares in these establishing shots but things don't really get going until an exploratory expedition composed of scientists and militia is sent down into a tunnel system thought to extend across the pacific.
Here there is only a tease of what could have been a really interesting story. Ali, a nun struggling with her calling and Ike, a human captive of the hadals who escaped and works for the US military as a scout and interpreter, form a strong bond and come to rely on each other to survive when no big surprise here the expedition starts to fall to pieces when food supplies run low and personalities clash with deadly results.
Ike who lived as a slave with the hadals for several years chafes at an identity that has become not entirely human and not entirely hadal. Ali, a linguist and anthropologist is obsessed with finding the root of human language, the very first words thinking this may be the vehicle that brings her closer to God and possibly Satan-incarnate.
This is where the author seems to take a glancing shot off some interesting themes about what it means to be human and how faith can bring us together and tear us apart but unfortunately nothing ever gets the attention it deserves.
In the end this is an old-fashioned adventure story cluttered with a whole lot of half-baked ideas. I say read Journey to the Center of the Earth instead.
Aug 29, Tressa rated it really liked it Recommends it for: history buffs, geologists, mountaineers, horror fans.
Shelves: horror. I had higher hopes for this book that was recommended by a co-worker. He set the premise up so promising, with the scene of Ike and the climbers taking shelter in the cave, and being led by candy wrappers that gave way to coins from thousands of years ago.
But the book went in such unsuspecting directions that kept my interest but I couldn't help but think that the story wasn't as good as it could have been.
A PP mentioned the confusing science in the book. I agree; there were times I had to read I had higher hopes for this book that was recommended by a co-worker.
I agree; there were times I had to read passages two or three times to get the gist of what had just happened. Is it even possible to tunnel down past the ocean?
Eh, if so, who knew? The most haunting passage was the one where the butterfly collector fell into a hole in the earth. Toggle navigation.
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Marshall masterfully orchestrates the mood and tension. My bud Robert keenly pointed out that what really works in "The Descent" is that it never evolves into a trite action movie.
No one screams, "Take that you, Mother F! The women are authentically terrified, and fight with all their courage and heart amidst their overwhelming fear.
Rather it gets you thinking: "Would I do the same? MacDonald is powerful and believable in Sarah's emergence as a heroic presence.
All the performances are strong throughout. Marshall maintains a claustrophobic feel and keeps us on edge.
The unveiled details involving the cave creatures regarding their possible evolution is a nice touch. However, I am a big hero fan.
Shauna Macdonald and Natalie Mendoza are awesome. At the very end one wonders, "What next? All Titles TV Episodes Celebs Companies Keywords Advanced Search.
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Budget 3,5 Pfund. Langues Anglais. Format production 35 mm. Couleur Couleur. Format audio DTS, Dolby Digital EX. Format de projection 2.