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CastHayden Christensen, John Leguizamo, Larry Fessenden, Thandie Newton, Neal Huff, Hugh Maguire, Jacob Latimore, Arthur Cartwright, Stephen Clark, Nick Yu
DirectorBrad Anderson
Genre:  Horror, Mystery, Thriller
Release Date:  5 February 2011 (Japan)
MPAA Rating:  R
Screen WriterAnthony Jaswinski
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review by . May 30, 2011
posted in Movie Hype
Be Afraid....Be Very Afraid...Of The Dark....
Brad Anderson, the director of “The Machinist”, “Session 9” and “Transsiberian” goes back to the horror genre with the creepy ‘shadowy’ horror film called “Vanishing On 7th Street”. The director knows how to generate suspense and that aura of mystery as he has proven in “Session 9” and while the film’s script (written by Anthony Jaswinski) may be flawed, Anderson does succeed in drawing scares from nothing as the horror …
review by . September 25, 2011
posted in Movie Hype
** out of ****     For what it is, I guess "Vanishing on 7th" street can't really be called "bad". It has good intentions - and yes, ALL OF THEM are good - but such things can only go so far before you need to bring some actual creativity into the equation. I was hoping to be one of those few, but respected people that enjoyed the flick. I tried, I tried, and I tried; but kept drawing blanks when it came to why this movie might be considered good. Some people might like the fact …
review by . February 20, 2011
posted in Movie Hype
'Vanishing On 7th Street' Two Jews On Film Are In The Dark With This One (Video)
Vanishing on 7th Street' is directed by Brad Anderson (The Machinest) and stars Hayden Christenson, (Luke) Thandie Newton(Rosemary) and John Leguizamo(Paul). An unexplained blackout plunges the city of Detroit into total darkness.  By the time the sun rises, only a few people remain, surrounded by heaps of empty clothing, abandoned cars and lengthening dark shadows.      Luke, Rosemarie and Paul each find their way to a rundown bar where they're greeted …
review by . February 25, 2011
posted in Movie Hype
Star Rating:         Brad Anderson is aiming for something here, and I have absolutely no idea what it is. His film, Vanishing on 7th Street, is chilling but impenetrable, a stylish and moody horror film that’s heavily symbolic of nothing clear or attainable. It’s founded on one of the oldest and most basic dualities there is, namely the battle between light and dark; this is a good, reliable metaphor, but it only works if the story in some way resolves …
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