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Rated R for strong bloody violence including rape, language, drug content and some nudity.

R In Theaters 05/10/2013 , 90min.
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Critic score based on 20 reviews

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August 30, 2013
absolutely horrible. not so much drama, not thrill, more horror. they wanted to just show limbs coming off and blood everywhere, not much hope, and stupid story line. this is not entertainment, and it looked like terrible film production. bad image of people in chile too. lucky to get one star.
August 12, 2013
Terrible movie. Gives the country of Chile a very VERY bad perception. Too much gore, blood, and violence. Wanna travel to Chile for a nice vacation??? Nope! not now! Two thumbs DOWN!
August 08, 2013
This movie was the most disgusting I've seen in a long time. It turns the stomach. Who on Earth wants to watch women getting raped and more?!?!? On top of that, the ending was ridiculous!
June 20, 2013
I loved this movie and to be honest after all that happened that was pretty much the best end you could ask for. Four stars for me and really worth watching,
June 02, 2013
I was pleasantly surprised! Pretty good, suspenseful movie. Wanted more!

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The Hollywood Reporter
A movie that tends to stick to formula, offering up minimal scares amid scattered moments of gross-out bliss. Full Review
Bill Goodykoontz
Arizona Republic
The ending is sick enough to make it almost worth the wait. Key word: almost. Full Review
Clark Collis
Entertainment Weekly
The first, pre-'quake half hour is such a patience-testing slow burn that director Nicolás López runs the risk of extinguishing the viewer's interest altogether. But when things head (metaphorically) south they do so with an escalating, apocalyptic ferocity which continues until the very last second. Full Review
Claudia Puig
USA Today
It's an unrelentingly brutal movie set in an unusually scenic locale — the coastal city of Valparaiso, Chile. Full Review
Dennis Harvey
The script by Roth, Lopez, and Lopez’s frequent collaborator, Guillermo Amoedo, giddily piles crisis upon crisis, with none of the customary mercy reserved for leading characters. Full Review

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