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May 12, 2012
There were only 2 people in the theater. One walked out after about 15 minutes. I stayed for another 10. What can I say??? I thought it was absolutely terrible.
May 11, 2012
the language there speaking is tagalog because it is shot in the philippines . n screw you for not liking this cool movie just because its not in english. watch it before you judge u mother fukin ****** bastard.
May 10, 2012
May 07, 2012
What language are you speaking in? I can't understand you.
May 07, 2012
IF ITS NOT M ENGLISH THAN NO! I HATE B MOVIES THAT ARENT IN OUR LANGUGE & IF THEY DON'T LIKE THAT THEN MAKE IT IN THIER COUNTRY, SOO TIRED OF FORIEN FLIMS BUT THEY MAYBE 4STARS THERE. REMEMBER AMERICA WERE YOUNG & HAVE SO MUCH TO LEARN, COMPARED TO EUROPE, & OTHER COUNTRIES, YET I WOULD PAY A BUCK AT REDBOX TO SEE IT, BC I AM A HORROR FAN
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Call it a haircut of "Psycho" with ectoplasmic additives, The Road still has a whispering menace and visual grandeur all its own. Full Review
Laranas does cultivate a mood of distinctive menace and mystery, not to mention a convoluted and ambitious chronology. Full Review
Yam Laranas doesn't leave it at that. In his low-budget, creepy thriller, he spells out why and how this particular path is so deadly, as well as what led to the crimes and supernatural horror that seem to frequent the place. Full Review
For a spell, the film gets by on its unpretentious flair for atmosphere, even its disconcerting nonsensicality. Full Review
The New York Times
The dead are unquiet and the living are terrified in The Road, a powerfully atmospheric blend of ghostly encounters, horrific situations and missing-persons mysteries from the Philippine director Yam Laranas. Full Review