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LandLocked

LandLocked

Directed by Paul Owens

At his soon-to-be-demolished childhood home, Mason finds a VHS camera that can see into the past, invoking a deadly obsession with nostalgia.

Mason finds a VHS camera that can see into the past.

Cast: Mason Owens, Jeffrey Owens, Seth Owens, Paul Owens

Member Reviews

Very slow and kind of dull, there's no real plot other then "hey this video camera can see into the past for specific moments." i'm sure there's a deeper meaning in this but it's too slow and not something i'd watch again.

GeminiK
4 days ago

Ill watch it again at some point.

Kissii-Suzuki
1 week ago

I saw this right after my mother had passed and I went back home to New Orleans and stayed in the house I grew up in. Talk about perfect timing.But I have a feeling I would have really like this film anyway. Its not for everyone but I think Ill watch it a few more times as time passes, Very atmospheric.

Kissii-Suzuki
1 week ago

For a full length film I have to give it a a skull. Would have had great potential as a short if they kept the right scenes and maybe modified a few. BUT it had way to many scenes that really added nothing.

Bliss
1 week ago

Complete waste of time. They forgot to have a plot and I couldn't tell you a single thing about any of the characters' personalities, motives, drives, hopes, desires, dreams, ambitions... anything. Movie clearly thinks it's got some clever interrogations of grief or growing up going on but it all fell completely flat for me and just ended up being a movie about a blank character moving from room to room aimlessly. I'm not someone who needs fast paced action in my movies, I love a good slow burn but jeezus it's got to build to something eventually. There was just so much repetition and everything was disconnected in the extreme. Movies like this are the ones you have to sift through to eventually find something good. So I guess thanks movie for making the next good movie I watch feel all the more worth it.

Sen
1 week ago