Hollow Review

Engaged couple Emma (Plumtree) and Scott (Stokoe) take some friends to the rural cottage of her now-deceased grandfather. But haunted goings-on at nearby Greenfriars Monastery, and a gnarled tree stump, auger badly for their chances of making it out again.

by Kim Newman |
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Release Date:

25 Jan 2013

Running Time:

91 minutes



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A British found footage horror effort, which has good Suffolk locations and some nicely traditional ghostliness going for it – but isn’t sufficiently different from its genre kin to stand out. Better than The Tapes, not as good as A Night in the Woods.

A so-so spookfest that offers few surprises.
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