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Seed

  • Rated NR

horror


Seed recounts the supernatural story of a ruthless serial killer who survives electrocution on death row. Prison guards fail to exorcise the evil in this murderer and inadvertently unleash a malevolent monster.

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Top Critic Reviews

Rotten: Say what you will about Saw 3 and Hostel 2, but compared to this malignant wreck, those (yes, harsh and brutal) horror flicks have the subtext of Shakespeare and the moral compass of Superman.

- Scott Weinberg, FEARnet, Thursday, June 24, 2010

Rotten: One for extreme gore connoisseurs, a Uwe Boll special. It's so appalling that it's worthy of an eve's viewing.

- Victor Olliver, Teletext, Thursday, June 24, 2010

Audience Reviews

2 stars

All I gotta say for this movie is SERIOUSLY!!! I would say I demand my money back after seeing this but it didn't cost me anything. How about I demand my Netflix paid for a month after seeing this kinda garbage. I mean, SERIOUSLY!!! Gimme a fucking break!

- DarkRaven27, Monday, August 1, 2011

4 stars

I watched it w/ my dog the first time ....and then i killed her o_O ... jk This movie was great and it had some good scares. I don't want to ruin any parts but its pretty brutalsss. Don't listen to the negative reviews, its at least worth a watch.

- madisoneffect, Tuesday, November 1, 2011

4 stars

Okay, so again, for starters, DON"T WATCH SEED unless you can handle truly depraved cinema. Secondly, I am going to champion Seed as an unrelentingly brutal piece of slasher cinema that simultaneously comments on the darkness and cruelty inherent in human nature. Yes, Uwe Boll generally sucks as a director, and Seed is by no means subtle in its message or its delivery; however, it manages to disturb even an avid viewer extreme cinema in a stylish and provocative manner. It features the same plot as Wes Craven's somewhat decent Shocker but elevates it to another level of brutality and meaning.

- fb555928095, Sunday, January 1, 2012