Rent Among the Living (2014)

2.7 of 5 from 64 ratings
1h 24min
Rent Among the Living (aka Aux yeux des vivants) Online DVD & Blu-ray Rental
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Three kids skip school in order to explore an abandoned amusement park when they stumble upon the horrific acts of a twisted murderer disguised in a clown mask. Terrified by what they saw and the thought that the man will come after them, the boys alert the police. But their pleas for help fall on deaf ears and soon it is not only their own lives that are in danger, but those of their families as well.
, , , , Damien Ferdel, , , , , , Martina Angareva, , , Vincent Dupuy, Dimitur 'Mafia' Ivanov, Sandrine Kesana, Sébastien Lambot, , Stéphane Leroux, Alexia Mihylova
Voiced By:
Lyra Champagne, Diane de Naurois, Ferdinand de Naurois, Alexandre Maccarone, Antoine Maccarone
Narrated By:
Yann Pichon
Alexandre Bustillo
Aux yeux des vivants
Horror, Sci-Fi & Fantasy, Thrillers
France, Horror, Sci-Fi & Fantasy, Thrillers
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Run Time:
84 minutes
DVD Regions:
Region 2
Aspect Ratio:
Widescreen 1.78:1 / 16:9

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Reviews (2) of Among the Living

Brotherhood of blades - Among the Living review by ps

Spoiler Alert

The only complaint I have against this film is the subtitles you do not get enough time to read them and this spoilt the film because I had to concentrate to much on the subtitles so I turned it off before I ended up with an headache!!

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Weird, compelling and violent - Among the Living review by NP

Spoiler Alert

You know how, in slasher movies, people get knifed/cut down/etc and then get up and carry on fighting? Well, to get it out of the way, it’s not really a spoiler to say there’s a fair bit of that during the second half of ‘Among the Living.’

That is the nearest I can come to any kind of criticism concerning a film that, from the pre-credits sequence until the final line, is terrific. Compelling. Weird. And violent! Three of the main players are 14 years of age, and their tender years gave me the feeling that things wouldn’t get too grim. Happily I was wrong.

Victor (Theo Fernandez), Tom (Zacharie Chasseriaud) and ‘nerdy’ Dan (Damien Ferdel) are three scamps skiving school. They visit an abandoned film lot – an excellent location for horror, and one I’m surprised isn’t featured more often. They are enjoyable company and very well played. They witness frightening brutality from Klarence (Fabien Jegoudez), who is a truly frightening individual.

No-one gets through this film without receiving some sort of bloody graphic punishment, and the audience is given no clue as to who will survive and who won’t. I had a great time with this subtitled French film and recommend it fully. My score is 8 out of 10.

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