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Primal (2010) 1080p YIFY Movie

Primal (2010) 1080p

A group of friends travel into the Australian wilds to view ancient cave paintings but soon find a horrible sickness gripping one of their own, which leaves them with nothing in their mind but a primal blood lust.

IMDB: 4.90 Likes

  • Genre: Horror | Thriller
  • Quality: 1080p
  • Size: 1.54G
  • Resolution: / fps
  • Language: English
  • Run Time: 80
  • IMDB Rating: 4.9/10 
  • MPR: Normal
  • Peers/Seeds: 0 / 1

The Synopsis for Primal (2010) 1080p

Anja and five friends join anthropology student Dace on a journey to study a remote ancient rock painting. Their excitement vanishes when Mel becomes delirious after skinny-dipping in the waterhole. Feverish bleeding and confused she physically and mentally regresses to a vicious predatory state. Mel has gone primal. Mel's lover and friends realize they are the prey as she savagely hunts them down. Before they can escape one of them starts to regress posing a hideous choice: kill their friends or be killed by them. Their only hope of survival is through a cave where Anja learns too late the meaning of the ancient rock art they came to study.

The Director and Players for Primal (2010) 1080p

[Director]Josh Reed
[Role:]Krew Boylan
[Role:]Lindsay Farris
[Role:]Zoe Gameau

The Reviews for Primal (2010) 1080p

Backpacker horror with some good twistsReviewed byLeofwine_dracaVote: 7/10

PRIMAL is a surprisingly gripping little slice of rural horror from our Antipodean cousins. The film follows the adventures of a team of six backpackers in rural Australia who are out to discover some ancient rock art but soon uncover something much more sinister. Rather than finding themselves hunted and massacred by a monster or psycho (as happens so often in these films), the group are attacked by some kind of virus that makes them become, well, primal.

What follows will surprise nobody, but director Josh Reed handles his budget and cast with no small measure of skill. This is a violent, blood-soaked story where much of the fun comes from seeing how character traits lead to survival – or downfall. Aside from a handful of silly scenes in which the film is sped up to give the impression of super-fast villains, PRIMAL is a well made and well judged movie. Zoe Tuckwell-Smith makes for an engaging lead, the gore and violence come thick and fast and there's even time for a bit of FX work during the surprise twist ending, which is effectively horrific and mean-spirited. Hardly a film to set the world on fire, but for what it is, it does well.

VegetabalReviewed byMaz Murdoch (asda-man)Vote: 3/10

Austrailian's seem to be making good horror films nowadays, with "Wolf Creek" and "The Loved Ones" to name the best. But, like any country, they've got to slip up somewhere and here it's Josh Reed's "Primal" which is more "Vegetabal" to be honest with you. It has no intelligence, no drive and is as brain dead as the zombies!

Like almost every horror film it starts with about 5 friends going on a trip into the wilderness and ends up into a fight for survival with a concept that could've actually been pretty good, but instead turned clichéd and unexciting. "Primal" should've been cool, but from the first look of that bad puppet rabbit with the sharp teeth, you know it's going to be a little bit naff, and it was.

The set-pieces were on of the low-lights of the film, it was obvious that the actors were struggling with keeping the massive fangs in their mouths, so why have them? All the characters were annoying, there was not one you couldn't warm to until they turned into zombies. It's OK to have one or two unlikable characters, but if you can't warm to anyone then there's no excitement if they're running for survival because you can't root for them! Also,you can't feel bad for them when they do turn which is really bad! Likable characters are the key link to a good slasher/survival horror film.

The film didn't go anywhere, it had no drive and resorted to annoying people acting annoying standing around panicking instead of doing something. The majority of the film was the characters arguing about what to do so the film was ultimately stalled. Don't get me wrong it started off OK with the kids trying to trap the zombie friend, but then it feel apart about as much as there plans.

Also, the directing and editing was really bad. It seemed to resemble an 80's pop video at times and tried to cram too much style into it. At times the camera was shaking like a drunk at a wedding which I find incredibly annoying. So basically, the screenplay, directing and editing were all bad and considering this Josh Reed bloke wrote, edited and directed the film. He should stick to his day job.

Then the film turned horrendously bad at the end, confusing an already mashed genre (slasher/horror/survival) with another element! I won't spoil it for you but it's just plain weird and makes no sense what so ever! "Primal" is like a really old battered car with no steering wheel. It doesn't look nice and it doesn't go any where. It's another example of a film with a nice concept but executed in the poorest of ways, with a lazy script, bad editing and grotesque directing. I would stay clear from these woods.

Great B-movie horror fun until the last 20 minutesReviewed byscarletheelsVote: 5/10

Formulaic B-movie horror flick about a group of 20-somethings that venture into the Australian wilderness with their anthropologist friend, Dace (played the very buff and very sexy Wil Traval), to study an ancient cave painting. It's paced well and it's not too long into the movie that Chad's free-spirited girlfriend, Mel, begins a horrific transformation into a frenzied predator that stalks them one by one.

For the gorehounds, there are rocks bashing heads in, teeth falling out, flesh ripping, cannibalism, and much more. Veteran horror fans, it's nothing you haven't witnessed before. The film borders on cheesy but, I have to be honest, I thoroughly enjoyed this movie until the last 20 minutes or so, when the special effects department decided to throw in some hokey CGI and a bizarre attempted impregnation scene between Anja and a seven foot cave-dwelling slug.

Primal isn't so much scary as it is intense. There are quite a few white knuckle moments, as well as a couple of holy sh*t, what the hell was that scenes that will stun and amuse you. It's almost devoid of gratuitous nudity since Mel's transformation from cute blond chick to ravenous killer with three inch fangs happens fairly quickly (sorry, men).

Definitely not recommended to the squeamish type or the casual viewer. If you liked movies like Cabin Fever and The Ruins, you may get a kick out of this return to Ozploitation from writer/director, Josh Reed.

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