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Plot: Heading home late one night after a party, Kate falls asleep while waiting for her train. She awakens to find herself trapped in the London underground, with all the doors locked for the evening. While being attacked by a co-worker who has followed her, a mysterious unseen creature drags him away… Runtime: 85 min Release Date: 28 Jan 2005
My girlfriend and I saw this movie at the Brussels Fantastic Film Festival. We both liked it a lot. The movie contains everything what it takes to be a real good gory and scary movie. This as to be one of the best horror movies that I've seen over the last couple of months. It fascinated me from the start until the end. Maybe some scenes are nasty gore but it's a horror movie. The make-up and special effects are awesome and the London subway and sewers are the ideal place. remember Raw Meat I really hope we'll get to see more of Christopher Smith in the future because he did a <more>
This is not another predictable teen horror it is truly terrifying. Even from the start it is easy to tell it will be a great horror movie. Unable to find a cab Kate the main character decides to take the underground, after having a bit too much to drink she falls asleep and misses the last train. After meeting some homeless people they try to escape but after some gruesome and bloody murders Kate is chased down a labyrinth of deserted tunnels.It is a fast paced thriller that left me shaking due to the reality of the film. All the way through it and especially when the deformed psychotic <more>
killer is revealed i felt like i was there being chased with Kate. The graphics are amazing and this has a very disturbed story line which terrifies most people. The only problem is that the ending is slightly strange and the background of the murderer and how he came about is not clear it is only hinted at.I would recommend this to anyone who would not freak out at very realistic horror.
Effective and scary - but where did the idea come from? (by TartFromTomorrow)
I saw this film in Feb and actually really liked it, can't wait for the DVD. I liked the idea of fear of the unknown, which worked so well in the original Ring movie , and I have always found London tube stations quite scary what might be lurking down those dark tunnels where you can't see anything? . But I am just wondering, was this film possibly based on a book called 'Necessary Evil' by horror writer Shaun Hutson? I bought this said book today; I haven't read it yet but the blurb suggests something about horrific goings on in the London Underground, similar to what <more>
is hinted at in the movie. Has anybody got any comments about this at all?
It is the atmosphere that makes creep special. Normal situations turn into horror, but in a different and unusual way. I've seen lots of movies with a story that was barely covering an amount of action scenes, the director just brought from a workshop... The movie creep made me feel with the characters and filled the audience with a certain strange mood. The story is well described on this site and I don't want to echo things you've already read. But the point I liked most was the loss of control that cool Kate was forced to experience. Everything in her live went well until the <more>
night she falls asleep on an underground station. From now on nothing counts. I think this is the cardinal conclusion of creep.Stonk
A new perspective on an age old story (by madsurfwinder)
I had been highly anticipating Creep, due to the fact that it takes something millions of us use everyday, and turns it into something really terrifying. The idea of something lurking in the underground, in disused tunnels is really, for lack of a better word, creepy. It's not just the setting that's original, the story also is an intelligent and innovative new perspective on the story o Frankenstein. It should be pointed out here to the ignorant that Frankenstein is not the monster, but the professor who creates the fiend. Also the novel is told from 3 different perspectives: <more>
Frankenstein, the monster and the man who rescue's Frankenstein in the Artic, Robert Walton. Frankenstein's account of events demonises the monster, the monster's account of events demonises Frankenstein and society, and Walton is more or less neutral if not a tad biased to Frankenstein. Now that we've got that out of the way, let me just explain the significance of this multiple perspective on the story; none of the narratives display the point of view of society, ie. the individuals the monster encounters who have no idea of the circumstances of his birth and neglection. In Creep, the "Creep's" existence and his reason for the terrible deeds he commits are never explained, therefore placing the viewer and the characters in the film in much the same position as the collateral characters in Frankenstein. We can gather from evidence in the film that the "Creep" is the result of some kind of scientific or medical experiment, as the monster in Frankenstein was. So with this in mind, the film is just a new and brilliant perspective on the Frankenstein story. However a few more obvious clues throughout the film would have helped as there are those of us who are condemned to 'beach books' written by an author with no serious agenda who will have never read Frankenstein or any great work, and therefore will be unable to drag any educated conclusion. It is also a shame that so many of us need a film to have a satisfying explanation held within it and do not seek to find meaning themselves from the film. With this aside this is a brilliantly conceived film and it is a shame it did not do better than it deserved.
This film freaked me out and i can't believe some of you hated it. I'm guessing mostly Americans what a shock but it was great.Name one horror film that was better? Name something in the film that didn't fit or you thought was wrong...The hero of the film is a horrible person, The baddie you kinda feel sorry for. There is so much in this film. People can get locked down in the tubes, has happened a few times someone try to take it to court for stress The music is one if the best things about the film. I wish you can get it. Does anyone know if you can? The best bit was when <more>
Craig is on the floor after being hit loads by George and then speaks. At first you think he is calling out but he is repeating Mandys lasts words......OMG
This is good little shocker; not perfect by any stretch of the imagination, but tight, competent and disturbing. An excellent example of a simple idea developed into a compelling 90 minute script.The set up requires no bells and whistles, no lengthy exposition or wordy back story; Kate Franka Pontente , a young German business woman living in London, drifts off whilst waiting for the last tube train. She awakens to find the place deserted, but quickly comes to realise that she is far from alone. Someone, or something, is down there with her and it's intentions are wholly malicious.In <more>
fact she encounters several other characters in her quest to survive, including a lecherous work colleague, a homeless couple and a caged sewage worker, all of whom add pace and substance to the plot. There is a slightly awkward gear change somewhere in the middle of the film when tension thriller mutates into gore fest, but nothing so clumsy as to slow the hectic pace. For those of you with weak dispositions this is likely to be a harrowing ride; for those of you who relish a bit of well executed carnal mayhem this should press all the right buttons.The climax of the film is perhaps less successful than the main body of the film, but it is punctuated with a nice moment of unexpected social commentary which provides a satisfying conclusion.Some may find themselves feeling somewhat cheated of a clear explanation as to the exact nature and history of the threat encountered by Kate and her confederates, however, for me this was not the case. A horror film writer should not need feel compelled to dot every i and cross every t, in the same way a writer of political thrillers might be expected to. There are enough clues here to give you a very pretty clear idea of what brought this evil into existence, making a detailed and conclusive solution superfluous. The retention of a certain sense of mystery is to be welcomed and reminds us that in this film the ride was always going to be more important than the exact destination.My understanding is that the budget for this film was, to say the least, minimal, in which case our applause for this British horror should be all the louder, for at no point does one have the impression of corners being cut or effects failing to deliver.If this sounds like your kind of film then it probably is. Buy a ticket and climb aboard.
Shocking + Creepy + Gory The Perfect Horror Movie (by davidg109)
I caught this last night at the Toronto Film Festival and this is one of the better horror movies I've seen. The audience was really with this movie too as there were many scenes where people jumped or screamed. Creep is definitely not for the faint of the heart; I've never felt sick watching a movie before but there's one particular scene that was so gruesome, I had to turn away from the screen and felt nauseous. At that same scene, I caught about ten or fifteen people around me get up and walk out. By the end of the movie though the movie received a warm round of applause. As <more>
far as what this movie compares to, I'd say Texas Chainsaw Massacre. Similar killer profile, same level of gruesomeness, etc.
"How many different ways can sh*t smell?" I rather liked it. (by poolandrews)
Creep starts as two London sanitation workers Arthur Ken Campbell & George Vas Blackwood are clearing a blockage deep under the streets when Arthur notices a new passageway that wasn't there before, venturing inside Arthur quickly becomes aware that something nasty has broken free & is lurking in the shadows... Meet Kate Franka Ptente who knows where George Clooney is hanging out & fancies a piece of the action so gets herself to the nearest tube station, unfortunately she falls asleep on the platform & misses her train. She searches for a way out but finds the <more>
station locked up, then another train stops at the platform & she gets on it in the hope that it will take her to a manned station. However the train suddenly stops, the lights go out & her nightmare is just about to start...This British German co-production was written & directed Christopher Smith & I have to say I rather liked it for a few reasons. The script of Creep takes itself extremely seriously & is all about the build-up, in fact the entire film is pretty much one long stalk 'n' slash chase with all the false scares, the discovery of dead bodies strewn everywhere, the bit part character's being killed off & a shocking revelation. It's all here, present & correct. I don't usually like slow films but I think the build-up here is well handled & I found it quite watchable due to a certain air of mystery as the film doesn't try to give too much away to begin with although to be fair it's hardly rocket science & when it does shoot it's load it's not exactly life changing stuff but it'll do, hey this is just a horror film after all & doesn't try to be anything else. Whether you like the character's will depend, I can see both cases for liking them & hating them especially Kate who seems somewhat cold & isn't developed that much. To be honest I liked her, I don't want to hear her entire life story with long boring stretches of pointless dialogue, I liked the fact that she found herself in this horrible situation & just got on with it & nothing else really mattered. At least she didn't transform into some kung fu kick-boxing action hero that a lot of films would have turned her into. Plus thank god there wasn't any annoying American teenagers in this film, you see not all horror films need them. The creep himself isn't given any concrete story but there are clues to his origins here so make up your own mind, to me it's perfectly simple & easy to figure out. Creep probably bears a strong resemblance to another British horror film set on the Undrground called Death Line 1972 AKA Raw Meat in the US.Director Smith does a good job, I liked the way it looked even if it was a touch too dark at times. There's also something quite cool to know that I've been there, I've used the Underground many times & this is a perfectly reasonable representation of it & there wasn't anything that I thought was particularly far-fetched or unrealistic in it's portrayal. There's a nice atmosphere, a nice claustrophobia & a certain tension along with one or two cheap scares. The scene when the creep 'prepares' for surgery is very effective & the London Underground is used pretty well throughout. I was disappointed with he gore on offer, it goes for realism rather than over-the-top fountains of blood. There's a decent slit throat, there's a fair few dead mutilated bodies, someone has the high heel of a stiletto shoe shoved in their eye, someone has their head impaled on a spike & in the films best death there's a really cool & gory demise at the end involving a hook, a speeding train & someones throat...Technically Creep is good & in fact better than I had expected, it's definitely well made & it's also nice to see a modern low budget horror actually shot on film in a 2.35:1 full widescreen ratio rather than a digital camcorder. The special effects are good & the make-up on the creep himself looks suitably, erm creepy. The acting was OK, no-ones going to win any Oscars but it was OK.Creep was a pleasant surprise for me, I rather liked it. I liked the atmosphere, I liked he setting, I liked the fact I've been there & it's all very British & I liked it as a horror film. Personally I think it's well worth a watch, but then that's just my opinion.