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  • Rated TVMA
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horror, thrillers

In this supernatural thriller, friends on a road trip explore a cemetery where the ghost of a notorious serial killer jumps from body to body, killing his victims one by one.

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Rotten: Everything about "#HoldYourBreath" is aggressively mediocre, shoddy and undistinguished...

- Mark Olsen, Los Angeles Times, Thursday, October 4, 2012

Audience Reviews

1 star

Katrina Bowden, the knockout receptionist of 30 Rock fame, has among the best pair of legs you will ever set eyes on. That's the only good I can muster for this horror film as weak as Montgomery Burns. No scares, not even tingles. Even the 'boo' moments are bore moments. Some of the worst CGI you will find. And a cast of annoying, or dumb, or annoying AND dumb characters. No atmosphere nor intelligence went into set design either: a prison abandoned for 50 years still has shiny metal surfaces, no dust, and even working electricity. There are a number of unintentional laughs though. So, there's that. And Bowden's short-shorts. Good luck with the rest.

- DrStrangeblog, Saturday, May 4, 2013

2 stars

Essentially a slasher film with a grade-school supernatural twist, Hold Your Breath "stars" 30 Rock alum, Katrina Bowden, who seems to have reacted to the end of 30 Rock by becoming a scream queen. Ultimately, Hold Your Breath stars out somewhat promisingly with a few twisted death scenes, but it gets tedious and stupid before the end. Still, an entertaining supernatural slasher film for those with nothing better to watch.

- fb555928095, Tuesday, March 26, 2013