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The Woman (Blu-ray)

Released on 17 October 2011

Featuring: Pollyanna McIntosh, Sean Bridgers & Angela Bettis

Format: Blu-ray | Rating: 18 years & over

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When lawyer and proud family man Chris Cleek (Sean Bridgers - True Blood, Deadwood) stumbles across a wild, feral woman (Pollyanna McIntosh - Exam, Burke and Hare) bathing in a woodland stream near his isolated country home, he makes a decision that will dramatically change both their lives.

Capturing her, Chris chains The Woman up in the fruit cellar below his house, intending to tame and civilize her. But when the task at hand proves to be more difficult than first imagined, he sets in motion a collision course for a brutal showdown between his family and the wild female force of nature...

From author Jack Ketchum (The Girl Next Door, The Lost) and director Lucky McKee (May), The Woman is laced with intense savagery and dark humour that builds to a haunting and simply unforgettable climax.
  • Suitable for 18 years and over. Not for sale to persons under age 18. By purchasing this product, you declare that you are 18 years of age and over.

  • The Making of The Woman
  • Deleted Scenes
  • Short Film - Mi Burro
  • Meet The Makers
  • Music Track - "Distracted' by Sean Spillane
  • The Film4 FrightFest Total Film panel with Lucky McKee, Andrew van den Houten, Adam Green, Joel Lynch, Ti West and Larry Fessenden

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 Average rating (11 reviews)

 not quite hitting the horror heights..

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At times I wasnt sure if this was a horror, comedy or a violent episode of The Waltons, yes there are moments of heavy violence but not as extreme as I have heard in other reviews, the acting from the family members is ordinary and the twist at the end is signposted throughout, however "the woman" is superb, she plays feral to perfection and is the most convincing thing about this film. Overall, enjoyable but not one of the best...


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This film is absolutely brilliant and amazing, its dark and twisted and evil in every way possible, a very strong character driven film with a superb cast, the story is very original and has lots of surprises in store as it goes on and a very superb ending that is such a massive payoff, its shocking and disturbing in every way you want a horror film to be without being too over the top, maybe a tad far fetched in ways but thats what horror is about. This is a must for horror fans a diamond in the rough as horror has been weak in the last year.

 Awesome Movie - Awesome Movie

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This film is brillant very dark and twisted at times but it is definitely a Masterpiece. Suberb camera work plus acting from all the cast especially the Woman. To all horrror and thriller fans please do not miss this movie. Enjoy


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Unusual,one word that comes to my mind after watching this. I'd say it's a film about power control and how it twists minds.
A man (if you can call him that) spots a wild woman,whilst out hunting,kidnaps her and holds her in the basement as his docile family basicly jump when he says. The wife is annoyingly weak in that she won't stand up to a husband that is about as nasty as you can get and just allows him to use this wild woman for whatever means he wants. He claims he's trying to teach her how to behave,it's soon clear he just loves the control. This film does feature rape and torture which is disturbing to watch,but i wouldn't say it has no place in the movie,as it's all about control. I don't think this movie is saying all males are evil,but the main two in this film are soon revealed to be so,more so the dad,but the son becomes a chip off the old block. As the film goes on and we get to learn the teenage daughter has a secret she wants to keep from her evil father,we start feeling for her and her little sister as they seem pleasant enough,so does the mum,but as i say,she won't help herself or the woman chained up and no,i'm not laying into abused women,i'm stating this woman in particular really needs to start seeing reality. The final half hour of the film really gets things moving and has a very brutal and bloody climax,making it well worth sticking with,i also appreciated the revelation near the end. So with acting that's certainly not awful and story that does have a point,i'd say it's well worth getting,just be prepared for a disturbing viewing.


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Checking the plot and expecting a hefty dose of torture porn? How very wrong. And if that's what you're after, avoid. What you get is a devastatingly bleak look at the dark side of family life. The titular woman is an incredible presence but also a true metaphor for the real victims of the piece, Some have cried out about the mysogyny of the movie (wild woman, chained, humiliated and tortured by cultured man) but miss the point, rarely has there been such a male negative movie, Slow burning from an action perspective but gradually and intensely disturbing. the blood soaked climax tops one of the most interesting drama/ thrillers in years. Not perfect but almost a twisted classic,

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ActorsPollyanna McIntosh, Sean Bridgers, Angela Bettis, Lauren Ashley Carter, Carlee Baker, Alexa Marcigliano & Zach Rand
DirectorLucky McKee
Certificate18 years and over
Duration1 hour and 44 minutes (approx)