DarkGame (2024)

  • Year: 2024
  • Released: 29 Feb 2024
  • Country: United Kingdom
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  • IMDb: https://www.imdb.com/title/tt5613018/
  • Rotten Tomatoes: https://www.rottentomatoes.com/m/darkgame
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  • Available in: 720p, 1080p, 1080p
  • Language: English
  • MPA Rating: N/A
  • Genre: Horror, Thriller
  • Runtime: 90 min
  • Writer: Tom George, Gary Grant, Niall Johnson
  • Director: Howard J. Ford
  • Cast: Ed Westwick, Andrew P Stephen, Natalya Tsvetkova
  • Keywords: dark web,
67% – Critics
67% – Audience

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DarkGame Movie Reviews

Worth a watch….

I found this film to be a gripping thriller that defied the expectations set by its trailer. While not excessively gory, it effectively maintained tension throughout, offering a storyline that kept me engaged without any dull moments. Ed Westwick’s portrayal of a troubled cop on a mission to rescue kidnapped individuals from a dark web game show was noteworthy, bringing depth to the character. Opposing him was a villain reminiscent of the Joker, played by newcomer Andrew Stephen, who delivered a standout performance that evolved from menacing to oddly compelling.

The heart of the film revolves around the captives, a group of likable characters, particularly the main female victim Katya, who serves as the audience’s window into the dark games. While the film may not be groundbreaking in its themes, it presents them in a well-structured manner that sustains interest from start to finish. The tension builds effectively, with gruesome moments cleverly implied rather than explicitly shown. The director skillfully elicits strong performances from the cast, and the refined script contributes to the overall coherence of the film.

While the film excels in many aspects, it does show signs of budget limitations in certain areas. While the setting suits the narrative, larger set pieces could have enhanced the viewing experience. Overall, it offers a tightly woven storyline that keeps viewers captivated throughout.

A more intelligent film than it first appears.

A more intelligent film than it first appears actually. I watched thinking it would be a mildly thriller in vein of other dark web orientated content. But I was surprisingly entertained on a few fronts.

The film opens with a bloody death as the masked host of a game show kills an innocent girl, and I immediately thought I’d be watching a nasty hostel-alike show.

Not at all – sticking with it, what unfurls is a tight, attention grabbing thriller, with a lot of tension, and squirming moments that manage to avoid showing any real gore, a testament to the film-makers to able to pull that off.

The antagonist of the film, the Presenter, kidnaps people and puts them in his game show on the dark web, where presumably his evil friends place bets on who gets evicted and how they get killed.

What then unfurls is something a little more layered. Ben, played by Gossip Girls Ed Westwick, is battling his own demons whilst hunting this supposed deranged lunatic taking people hostage, and a young mum called Kaya who provides our window into the game, and the Presenter himself, who, in my eyes, is the real star of the show here.

I found myself starting to root for him about two thirsts into the film, which is a great mark pf a film presenting an antagonist that we might love to hate. He is deliciously played by Andrew P Stephen, who has done little on screen before, but he is clearly enjoying the role immensely, he is a joy to watch and I would like to see a sequel where he take more of a central stage.

This film delivers of thrills and drama. It lacks some sophistication in its execution, I’d have liked the police station and exteriors to have felt bigger, but the action it does have is well done.

Baddest than saw and worst than hostel

The movie is very bad and the story is repeated, but by directing worse than the previous films that were watched, shooting is limited to two places throughout the movie. I do not recommend wasting your time watching this bad content. The movie is commercial. I don’t know how it was included in the cinema. It does not live up, so the actors were not, and there are many mistakes that the mind cannot accept even for entertainment. I hope that the cinema companies will be the greatest responsibility so that these commercial films are not included once in the theaters.

Thanks for reading my opinion.