Where do I begin? Shudder...and not in a good way
Cold Creek Mountain is easily one of the worst movies I have ever seen.
we all know that horror movies are typically laden with logic errors and
cliches, but the ones found in this film aren't enjoyable in any context.
Obviously the actors in this film merely needed a paycheck, because no one
in their right mind can take such an awful script seriously. I'm not even
going to begin to list the logic errors that will make you verbally
disgust...the act of finding them yourself is the only stimulation you'll
find with this film. Juliette Lewis is a highlight, however, only because
her unintentionally hilarious performance as the town slut/drunk. The
saddest thing about this film is undeniably the score; music usually holds
even the worst horror films together, but in this case it's like
director/composer Mike Figgis banged on a piano with a baseball bat.
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New Yorkers Cooper Tilson (Quaid), his wife Leah (Stone) and their two children move into a dilapidated old mansion that they thought could be their dream house. Until one after another terrifying incident led them to discover the secrets of the old house..
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Mean Green Acres
Fed up with the hustle-bustle of New York City life, documentary
filmmaker Dennis Quaid (as Cooper Tilson) and sexy Sharon Stone (as
Leah) opt for the serenity of country life. They move, with beautiful
kids Kristen Stewart (as Kristen) and Ryan Wilson (as Jesse), into a
dilapidated old mansion. But, "Cold Creek Manor" proves to be no "Green
Acres". The couple's "Eb" appears in the form of studly, shirt-shedding
ex-con Stephen Dorff (as Dale Massie). Since he used to live there, Mr.
Dorff slithers in, invites himself to dinner, and convinces Mr. Quaid
he should be hired as handyman...
Hiring Dorff to work on restoring his old swimming pool on the house
the Tilson family bought on foreclosure while Dorff was in prison (!)
qualifies Quaid as a classic haunted house dummy. This scene, which
signals the film's demise, could have easily been fixed by having Stone
hire Dorff while Quaid was out of town (picking up some home
improvement supplies). This would have played up the attraction between
Stone and Dorff; and, it would have given the younger cast a chance to
make clearer the violent and incestuous relationships Dorff had with
his own children.
This film would probably work better if the performers weren't so good
- it's very difficult to imagine this cast being so stupid. Scripter
Richard Jeffries fills the characters with intriguing backstories, but
none are played out with any effectiveness. Most obviously lost is the
promising effort to parallel Stone and the kids with Dorff's similar,
but "missing", family members. The fact that the Quaid/Stone marriage
is in trouble is likewise diffused; this fact should have been more
obvious from the start, making them (especially Stone and young Wilson)
more susceptible to Dorff's charismatic menace.
***** Cold Creek Manor (9/17/03) Mike Figgis ~ Dennis Quaid, Sharon
Stone, Stephen Dorff, Juliette Lewis.