Awaiting (2015) is a English movie. Mark Murphy has directed this movie. Tony Curran,Diana Vickers,Rupert Hill,Peter Woodward are the starring of this movie. It was released in 2015. Awaiting (2015) is considered one of the best Drama,Horror,Thriller movie in India and around the world.
Morris is a recluse with psychotic tendencies, whose life changes when his innocent daughter Lauren rescues one of his victims and befriends him. Jake, an ordinary businessman, soon realises that he is stranded and his presence in the house gradually reveals unexpected and dark mysteries from the past.
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Don't have a whole lot to say about this flick, it's not terrible or anything but it fails to really do anything new. Seemed to have a good budget, the actors/actresses all did a fine job, and the effects were solid but every thing this film brought to the table just felt like things I have seen in tons of other horror films. Still was able to hold my interest til the credits and the last 20 minutes were pretty thrilling but nothing too memorable or unpredictable ever really happened. Not a bad movie, but pretty forgettable and not one I would suggest going out of your way to see. 5/10
You have to have a certain love for this special kind of horror film type. Not really my thing, though I have been proven wrong by some really fine examples (Loved Ones comes to mind). This isn't the worst of them, especially because you have a really fine actor as the bad guy here. A lot of weird things are happening though and our "lead" good guy, seems to struggle to make the right choices. Certain things you may understand, but of course not all of them. There is violence, there is terror and there is a certain amount of blood too. If you think you can handle it and you are sure you want to watch it, then go ahead. Make your day
Morris (Tony Curran) lives on the Moors. He owns a wrecker and has a nefarious watch collection. As he is about to add to his collection, his daughter (Diana Vickers) interrupts him and Jake (Rupert Hill) becomes a house guest in what comes initially as a farmer's daughter joke. Jake's desire to leave meets with resistance from Morris who operates a profitable business. Th picture starts out good but then stagnates. There are a limited number of victims so the film must concentrate on what few it has. The influence Jake has on the daughter wasn't done well. They should have cut 20 minutes from the film. Guide: F-bomb. No sex or nudity.
I like UK movies so even though the rating was low, I wanted to see it. If it had been from the US, I wouldn't have bothered. UK and other foreign movies, no matter how bad they might be, have a uniqueness to them that US movies don't. Because Awaiting was only an hour and a half, it was enjoyable and slightly horrific without becoming boring. It also wasn't a ridiculous scenario. I never heard of Diana Vickers before seeing this and I thought she was very good in her role. I also like the music at the end-was surprised it was also her singing. When you're in the middle of nowhere, it's easy to get away with things. And as for the daughter, this was the only life she had known so it didn't seem odd to her. I really don't want to give away spoilers for anyone who does want to see it. I think it was a good horror/thriller movie with some shocking scenes. Don't let a few negative reviews stop you from watching. It's definitely a unique movie - not the type of story that's been done over and over again.
The film starts with the main character Jake having an accident on his way to an unnamed city for an important 'once in a lifetime' meeting. He has an accident on the road and awakens in the care of Morris and his daughter. OK so that's the main bit in a paragraph or so. I've seen plenty of bad reviews for this film and I don't agree with many of them. This is a horror film for horror fans and I think some people hoping for a drama or a psychological thriller have come into this and been disappointed. The acting is fine, the tension is built well and there is enough gore for horror fans to keep you engaged but its not to the point of overkill. (its not hostel or saw) Well written and believable characters helped it along and the scenery is well shot and helped me suspend my disbelief and be carried away to this British hillbilly incestuous nightmare. Overall if you enjoy horror and films like 'the loved ones', you will find something here to keep you entertained. I sincerely hope that writer/director keeps going with the horror genre because I really like what I have seen so far and god knows the genre is wide open for the taking 7/10