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Hide and Seek

  • Rated R


A young, expecting couple's idyllic world is turned into a living nightmare when a deranged, childless couple kidnap the pregnant wife as part of a secret, evil plan.

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- Emanuel Levy, EmanuelLevy.Com, Thursday, June 24, 2010

Rotten: Sounds like nothing especially unusual in straight-to-tape thriller land, but when Jennifer Tilly is cast as the psycho wife, what you get is camp nirvana.

- Michael Dequina,, Thursday, June 24, 2010


- Ryan Cracknell, Apollo Guide, Thursday, June 24, 2010

Audience Reviews

3 stars

Jennifer Tilly?s impressive over the top manic performance makes this one worth watching. The rest of the cast is fine as well. It has it?s flaws but the pacing is great and it always held my interest. It is suspenseful and well edited.

- jam233, Sunday, May 23, 2010

0 star

Daryl Hannah and Bruce Greenwood are good actors and with them this would have been a pretty good movie but what ruined the movie was Vincent Gallo and Jennifer Tilly. They should have picked two other actors to play the crazy people in this movie. They could have picked any other two actors and it would have been a better choice then Gallo and Tilly. Gallo is no great or even good actor and Tilly has got to be one of the worst actors ever! I have never seen a movie Jennifer Tilly was in and thought, "Wow, what a great performance by Tilly!" or "I feel an Oscar coming her way!" No! She has one range of acting. It never differs! How she has received as many jobs as she has is astounding to me. This could have been a good film or at least ok but Gallo and especially Tilly ruined this film. Stay clear of this movie and if you ever see any movie Tilly is in then save your time and skip it.

- justinquinn99, Thursday, August 21, 2008

3 stars

I was a bit worried at first, but this movie turned out to have some good stuff in it. Jennifer Tilly reaches new levels of creepy in this one. Vincent Gallo really had no business with her, and unforntunately he left the movie a bit too early.

- puffchunk, Wednesday, June 17, 2009