The production was very low-budget clearly even from the start, the acting is wooden and it feels like watching a play at a theater. The story at first interested me a bit, but after 20 minutes, I realized this was not going to be a good movie. I gave it my all to stay awake and watch the whole thing, but it never really got better. It was boring and hard to watch because of the low-budget. I know this is not horror and I did not go in thinking it was horror, but I still found it very slow even for a period drama. It's just not compelling. And I usually like indie films, but this is just bad. I'm sure the people who made the movie wanted to do something good, but sorry, it really needed more work to even be remotely enjoyable to watch.
The Isle (2018) 1080p YIFY Movie
The Isle (2018) 1080p
The Isle is a movie starring Conleth Hill, Alex Hassell, and Tori Butler-Hart. On a remote island off the west coast of Scotland in 1846 a heavy storm hits, causing a ship to sink. Three survivors row through a thick early morning...
IMDB: 6.83 Likes
The Synopsis for The Isle (2018) 1080p
On a remote island off the west coast of Scotland in 1846 a heavy storm hits, causing a ship to sink. Three survivors row through a thick early morning mist, lost and disorientated. The mist begins to clear and The Isle appears before them. They soon discover that it is almost abandoned except for four sole residents: an old harbour man, a farmer, his niece and a young mad woman. Once rested and recovered the sailors are desperate to leave and return to the mainland, but the promised boat never appears. One of them starts to investigate and learns of a tragedy at sea that occurred five years previously causing several young men from the island to perish. When his two shipmates meet with accidents, the myth of a ghostly siren haunting the island leads him to uncover the truth whilst he battles to save his own life.
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The Reviews for The Isle (2018) 1080p
Too slow and boringReviewed bybelgenbeeVote: 2/10
The reviews liken it to The Wicca man and The VVitch and I couldn't agree more.
It's more a thriller than horror, but nowhere do they say it's a horror so don't know why people are complaining about a lack of blood and scares!
It's really creepy, the story is great, and it's really well put together. If you like movies you have to think about, and that are stunningly beautiful, then The Isle is for you.
If you want jump scares and the usual terrible script go and watch one of the many Insidious movies (which I enjoy, but this is on a different level).
You have to have some patience with this one, but the rewards are there for those who have it!
This will be a movie that people watch and talk about for years, and it's cult status will just continue to grow, unlike the more traditional horror movies which are around for maybe six months...
I don't understand how anyone could give this movie a high rating.
Was it for the scenery? We don't see the scenery. We see tree silhouettes, and partial brick walls, with the occasional rocky and seaweed-strewn inlet.
Was it for the acting? This was the crappiest acting I've seen in a long time. The older blonde actress was painful to watch.
Was it the costumes? The very blonde dead woman has hair extensions that are clearly visible when she is seen from behind when she is talking to a guy on the path.
It was boring from start to finish. We almost didn't want to finish it at all, but pushed through. I'm embarrassed because I convinced my teen daughter to watch, saying it was decently rated, so should be good. I even came back to change my rating after thinking about it again.