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My Soul to Take

Rated R for strong bloody violence, and pervasive language including sexual references.

R In Theaters 10/8/2010 , 88min.
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March 03, 2011
a real thriller with a very good acting & good looking young stars!
February 25, 2011
I think it may be time for Wes Craven to hang it up; this movie is a waste of time and not worth seeing...horrible!!!
February 19, 2011
Cool Movie
October 12, 2010
You would expect a much better film from such an experienced and well known director. It was not only hard to follow, and boring, the acting was very sketchy. Not the least bit scary. There was not a good scene in the entire movie. Didn't make a whole lot of sense, being based on 16 year old children.
October 11, 2010
Yet one more movie that is advertised with scenes that are not even in the movie. In the trailer you see on TV you see a hand come out of the wall and grab a guys face this never happens in the movie. This is a very disappointing film for being written and directed by Wes Craven. The film attempts to have some twists to the story like scream and fails miserably. The acting is

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Adam Markovitz
Entertainment Weekly
Wes Craven's first new movie in five years is a brainless, joyless, and yes, you might even say, soulless teen slasher. Full Review
Dennis Harvey
This dumb, derivative teen slasher movie would be uninspiring coming from any writer-director, let alone one with several genre classics under his belt. Full Review
Frank Scheck
The Hollywood Reporter
Dull, talk-heavy snoozer that most closely resembles something that would show up on the CW network. Full Review
Gary Goldstein
Los Angeles Times
Sadly, there's not an ounce of tension or a single decent scare to be found amid any of this convoluted mayhem. Full Review
Keith Phipps
The Onion A.V. Club
As for the 3-D, much ballyhooed in the film's advertisements, it's another muddy conversion that does little but make the film's unconvincing blood effects look a little darker. It's good, theoretically at least, to have Craven back. But why come back for this? Full Review
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