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Released on 03 March 2008

Featuring: Shannyn Sossamon, Alecia Moore & Cabral Ibaka

Format: DVD | Rating: 18 years & over

2.0 out of 5 (24 customer reviews) | Write a review

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The world's largest mass grave is just 100 feet below the most romantic city in the world. When Victoria (Shannyn Sossamon - A Knight's Tale, The Rules of Attraction) is invited to stay with her sister (Alecia Moore - international best-selling artist Pink in her screen debut) in Paris, she finds herself at an illegal rave in the catacombs beneath the city where lie the remains of seven million bodies. But when Victoria wanders deeper below the city, away from the sex, music and absinthe fest, she finds herself the captive of a savage, inhuman being that is hungry for flesh. She has a terrifying choice: Fight the twisted creature or brave whatever lies in the pitch black of the catacombs. The latest gruesome offering from Twisted Pictures, makers of the Saw films, is a shocking, gruelling treat.
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 Average rating (24 reviews)


| | See all scotty29's reviews (9)

i think people have been to harsh on this film with there reviews. i watch this movie last nite. and thought it was good. not the best film ive seen but it keeps you on your toes. i would say that its worth watching.

 A Mish Mash Of Other Films

| | See all ianmham's reviews (47)

I suppose the most intresting thing about this dull and boring film is seeing how many other films (mainly horror) it nicks ideas from.
Among the films I spotted were The Descent, Creep, Satan, Them, The Game and April Fools Day. If only Catacombs was as good as the films I listed.

 predictable horror movie with every cliche in the book.

| | See all DOOfY2020's reviews (15)

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Ok, lets see. The first 30 minutes of this movie could be used to set up a potentially perfect horror flick, if you dont count the terrible acting, dialougue and poor lighting, you can just about fathom a rough background story. Then it goes worse.

Girl gets separated from friends. Girl gets chased by someone. Girl runs. Girl falls over, gets up and runs again.

That is basically the story. The movie repeats the same sequence throughout, the only variance is the VERY LONG black screens when the girl falls unconscious for whatever reason. Honestly, this movie has several 10 second parts where there is no picture or sound. (in my opinion this is to make the movie last a few minutes longer). Add to this a scene 40 minutes in where the girl sits in a corner crying for almost 2 minutes. Seriously. Then add another scene straight after where she is walking down a corridor counting her steps, another 5 minutes that should be on the cutting room floor.

Eventually there is an almost semi-decent twist at the end. the kind of twist that makes you feel 'hang on, i must have missed something in the movie', but kills any chance of you watching the movie again due to what it reveals. (i wont spoil it for you, but i congratulate you if you manage to watch the full thing.) i spent four times wartching this movie before i fanally got to the end, i had to stay awake with the light on and a strong cup of coffee to stop me falling alseep half way through. there is only so much running, screaming and vacant scenes one can put up with, and this movie overuses it and overuses it again.

Basically, im saying avoid this movie if you like ones that keep you awake. If you like movies that send you to sleep, as this did with me 3 times before i got to the end, then this movie is perfect for you.

Go buy Repo the genetic opera instead. Thats just as bad, but at least it has a semi decent storyline and does not repeat itself.

 Pink rubbish film

| | See all sweetpea2's reviews (9)

My husband bought this DVD for me while I was ill and we watched it and we both thought what a load of old tosh. Starts of fine then goes down hill, it was suppose to have been loosely I say loosely based on real events. God knows why they wanted to make a ridiculous film about it anyway. Do not waste your money or time on it. Plus Pink grated on my nerves just the first few minutes.

 Starts o.k (for 1 minute) but OMG! Downhill from there

| | See all discobiskit's reviews (6)

Do not buy or watch this movie i watched it last weekend and i have never turned off a movie , but this was the closest i have ever come to doing so. the movie itself is very very slow i think and boring. and i think the main female character won her audition for this movie by producing the most annoying screams ever! the script is very poor and the ending is terrible. I can`t even compare this to another bad movie i have had the misfortune of watching. All i can do is voice my opinion to help others in avoiding dissapointment. I didn`t even want to give it 1 star but it`s the lowest it goes.

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ActorsShannyn Sossamon, Alecia Moore, Cabral Ibaka, Cain Manoli, Radu Andrei Micu, Mihai Ogasanu, Pink & Ashleigh Rains
DirectorTomm Coker & David Elliot
Certificate18 years and over
LanguagesEnglish - Dolby Digital (5.1)
SubtitlesEnglish for the hearing impaired
Duration1 hour and 40 minutes (approx)
RegionRegion 2 - Will only play on European Region 2 or multi-region DVD players.