Eight for Silver Reviews



  • Eight for Silver
    • Genre : Drama,Horror
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    • Studio : LD Entertainment
    • Official Site : -
    • Reviews Rate
      Nothing's perfect, but it's worth seeing.

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Movie Reviews

  • this is not your average Gothic werewolf film. This one has classy production elements, builds intense suspense and features strong performances; If there's a flaw, it's in the main attraction
    3 of 4 by Dwight Brown [National Newspaper Publishers Association ]
  • the plot is incredibly straightforward but ticks a lot of the right classic monster movie boxes to make fans of Hammer Horror mostly happy. Sure some of it doesn't make much sense, but it entertains throughout
    3.5 of 5 by Kyle Anderson [Nerdist ]
  • the film is more suspenseful than scary, higher on sustained atmosphere than well-rounded characters. But it moves along at a stately pace and remains involving, driven by eerie ambient music, soupy chiaroscuro visuals..
    by David Rooney [The Hollywood Reporter ]
  • Sean Ellis revisits the werewolf curse by way of gypsy rage through Gothic period horror. The filmmaker introduces exciting new lore and gruesome gore, but it's undone by bland characters, sluggish pacing, and tired tropes
    2.5 of 5 by Meagan Navarro [Bloody Disgusting ]
  • Sean Ellis delivers a brilliant and brutal take on the Werewolf Movie. Less Full Moon and more Full-Blooded, "Eight for Silver" is a dark and horrific nightmare and fans of the genre will eat it up
    4 of 5 by Ty Cooper [HeyUGuys ]
  • it's a great-looking movie, with a fine cast (Reilly is particularly good) and a workable premise. The raw materials were clearly in place. Too bad they never came together
    Review rate : C- by Jason Bailey [The Playlist ]
  • Boyd Holbrook delivers a solid performance as the hero; Haunting, harrowing, and hypnotic, Eight for Silveris a werewolf story with a lot on its mind
    4 of 5 by Ben Pearson [Slash Film ]
  • as a horror movie, Eight for Silver is chillingly effective; Sadly, the good parts of the film are trapped within the monstrous body of an overly long and average feature film
    2.5 of 4 by Rafael Motamayor [Observer ]
  • an intelligent reworking of the werewolf myth that marries the sort of old-school atmospherics of classic Hammer with some impressive special effects and modern creature work
    4 of 5 by Amber Wilkinson [Eye for Film (UK) ]
  • "Eight for Silver" deliciously revives and enhances the werewolf genre; Director Sean Ellis succeeds in crafting the mood and setting needed for solid suspenseful horror, and his new take on the lycanthrope myth is both fresh and gross, in a good way
    by Josh Flanders [Chicago Reader ]
  • "Eight For Silver" bites into a divergent werewolf concept that successfully adapts gorgeous period architectures, but slumps into generics (and shoddy digital effects) as the overlong movie well overstays its welcome
    2.5 of 5 by Matt Donato [What to Watch ]

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