Killing Ground (2017) 720p YIFY Movie

Killing Ground (2017)

A couples' camping trip turns into a frightening ordeal when they stumble across the scene of a horrific crime.

IMDB: 5.89 Likes

  • Genre: Horror | Thriller
  • Quality: 720p
  • Size: 650.20M
  • Resolution: 1280*800 / 23.976 fpsfps
  • Language: English
  • Run Time: 88
  • IMDB Rating: 5.8/10 
  • MPR: Normal
  • Peers/Seeds: 26 / 236

The Synopsis for Killing Ground (2017) 720p

A couples' camping trip turns into a frightening ordeal when they stumble across the scene of a horrific crime.


The Director and Players for Killing Ground (2017) 720p

[Director]Damien Power
[Role:]Mitzi Ruhlmann
[Role:]Aaron Pedersen
[Role:]Harriet Dyer


The Reviews for Killing Ground (2017) 720p


Reviewed byjtindahouseVote: 9/10/10

When you watch a large variety of movies something you come to noticeis that every different country makes films very uniquely. I've come tofind that I quite like Australia's way of story telling. Theircharacteristics are likable and realistic characters, they're notafraid of extreme violence and they like to have a little bit of apsychological edge to their story. All three of those traits areapparent in 'Killing Ground' which turned out to be a surprisinglyenjoyable experience.

I didn't go into the film with a lot of hope, simply because it lookedlow-budget and I am finder it harder and harder to come across goodquality, low-budget films. It really pleasantly surprised me however.It gets off to a very patient and slow start with almost no actiontaking place for at least the first 30 minutes. Usually this would bean absolute killer for any horror/thriller movie, but on this occasionthe characters were strong enough that I could enjoy that period of thefilm regardless.

I like a film that isn't afraid to be bold and this is certainly one ofthose. It's a film that doesn't want to be forgotten about any timesoon. It wants to stick with you for a while to come. Not simply byhaving some pretty explicit violence at times, but more so by thepsychological twist that is created near the end. The whole film isquite masterfully put together. One not to be missed.

Reviewed bydavid-rector-85092Vote: 7/10/10

Having watched three violent and at times brutal Australian movies backto back; I'm very concerned about what passes as entertainment and whythese films are being funded and backed! Berlin Syndrome (well directedbut just without any real purpose); Hounds of Love (just nasty andbrutal) and now Killing Ground. Classic Aussie flicks like Picnic atHanging Rock, Wake in Fright, even Road Games and Dead Calm, used thelandscape or the road or the sea to evoke and create menace. Thesecurrent films bludgeon (pardon the terribly violent pun) the audienceand its often hapless characters with overt brutality and sadism,rather than finding more nuanced and creative ways to build a thrilleror a horror movie; as the aforementioned classics achieved.

Killing Ground has a picturesque but ultimately menacing surrounds forits narrative to unfold. Using an interesting plot device of non linearsequences, the audience is edgy and unsure where it all is going; butonce it gets there, it is simply unapologetic murder and torture. Why?I am most proud of the wonderful technicians and crafts men and womenthat the Australian industry has cultivated and continues to engender,but why so many filmmakers are drawn to this bleak content, escapes me.With so few local films making any money, more of these pointlessschlock horror pieces, and there will be no industry to speak of!

OK, having got that off my chest, Killing Ground boasts an impressivefemale lead in Harriet Dyer (I first discovered her in Reuben Guthrie acouple of years ago). Harriet has great screen presence and I hope shecontinues to get some good roles. Although he plays an execrable loser,Aaron Glenane is very convincing and gives some real layer to thisotherwise psychotic creep. The rest of the cast is fine, but really thecinematography and the clever editing make this film the tense and attimes interesting visual experience that it is, but enough with tortureand murder!

Reviewed bymichaelseitherVote: 8/10/10

I read some reviews online and here before attempting "Killing Ground."My impression of the reviews was that the movie would be hard to watchbecause of the violence, including rape. My first instinct was notwatch. But there were some pretty positive reviews as well and it had a77% on Tomatoes. So we gave it a try. There was, of course violence butI've seen a lot, lot worse. There was no actual rape scene and theblood was at a minimum. Be aware, it is a violent movie but it is ahorror (thriller) movie. What I enjoyed is how the writer and directorturned the standard tropes on their head. Watching movies, you havecertain expectations and this movie blurs lines on those expectationswhich adds to the suspense. "When will this happen, you wonder?" Ienjoyed it because it is different and like I said in the summary, Iconsider it something of a shaggy dog story, which I really lookforward to. Nobody in Hollywood would green light this thing because itshatters expectations. I won't go into specifics because it won't workif you know what to expect going in. Thriller movies shouldn't be funbut this one is (because it isn't true, it's only a movie and a goodone at that)

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