Rent The Cabin Murders (2019)

1.8 of 5 from 46 ratings
1h 24min
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A family's peaceful vacation at a remote cabin in Utah is shattered when they return from a day of exploring to find two masked intruders in their home. What begins as a robbery soon escalates into violence and two of the family are brutally murdered. As night falls only teenage sisters Linnea (Tiffany Ceri) and Tricia (Anna Ruben) remain alive, battling for survival against their sadistic captors. But as the sun comes up, the tormented teens find the strength to fight back and the intruders get more than they bargained for.
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Andrew Jones
Andrew Jones, Rebecca Graham, Robert Graham, Harry Willis, Jonathan Willis, Tom Willis
Andrew Jones
The Utah Cabin Murders
British Films, Drama, Horror
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Run Time:
84 minutes
DVD Regions:
Region 2
Aspect Ratio:
Widescreen 2.39:1

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Reviews (2) of The Cabin Murders

Please, never again - The Cabin Murders review by JD

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This film is a pitiful waste of two hours and a blatant rip off of Last House on The Left. The story line is appalling and its never an 18, and the acting so wooden the cast needs Cuprinol.

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One of North Bank Entertainment's best - The Cabin Murders review by NP

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Updated 23/03/2021

This is the most technically accomplished of Andrew Jones’ North Bank Entertainments’ productions, and the most enjoyable since, I think, 2018’s ‘Jurassic Predator’.

Talky to begin with, it features decent acting throughout with a fine performance from noisy gum-chewer lead clown Don Taylor (Lee McQueen), and while the leafy, misty landscapes are clearly not anywhere near Utah, we do seem to get some cutaway shots of a snowy US state (the film is also titled ‘The Cabin Murders’) to lend some authenticity to the detail..

The interior location is the same as the one used for Jones’ 2017 ‘Cabin 28’, and this acts as a kind of sequel, with some characters returning from that film.

When the very likeable family are house-invaded, things take a decidedly nasty turn. There are moments of genuine shock - mainly fuelled by the fact that this was based on true events.

It’s good, nicely paced low-budget stuff and I had a great time with it. It’s restored my faith is North Bank Entertainment and hope this is the sign of similarly fine things to come. My score is 7 out of 10.

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