Cradle of Fear

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"It's Not If They Die... It's How"
  • NR
  • 2000
  • 2 hr
  • 4.3  (3,286)

Cradle of Fear is a 2001 British horror film directed by Alex Chandon and starring Dani Filth, Emily Booth, Stuart Laing, and Edmund Dehn. The movie follows a serial killer named Kemper, who is on death row for his heinous crimes. Kemper is a sadistic and twisted individual who has a deep connection to a group of four people who are somehow connected to his past.

The movie is divided into four different segments, each of which tells the story of one of the four individuals. The segments are loosely connected, and each tells its own unique story of horror and revenge. The first segment is titled "The Prologue," and it introduces Kemper and his connection to the four people who will be the focus of the rest of the movie.

The second segment is titled "The Cat With Hands," and it tells the story of a woman named Emma (played by Emily Booth) who is haunted by a strange, cat-like creature with human hands. The creature seems to be trying to lead her somewhere, and as she follows it, she discovers the horrifying truth about her past and her connection to Kemper.

The third segment is titled "The Mother of Toads," and it follows a man named Craig (played by Stuart Laing) who is obsessed with finding and photographing a rare species of toad. His quest takes him to a remote village in France, where he discovers that the locals are all part of a sinister cult that worships an ancient deity. His journey takes a dark turn when he realizes that Kemper is somehow involved in the cult and is planning to use it for his own twisted purposes.

The fourth and final segment is titled "Contagion," and it tells the story of a man named Melissa (played by Eileen Daly) who is infected with a deadly virus that causes her to transform into a murderous, bloodthirsty creature. As she struggles to control her urges and find a cure for the virus, she discovers that Kemper is behind the outbreak and is using it as a way to exact his final revenge on his four victims.

Cradle of Fear is a brutal and disturbing movie that is not for the faint of heart. The movie is filled with graphic violence, gore, and sexual content, and it features a lot of disturbing imagery and themes. The performances from the cast are all excellent, especially Dani Filth as the diabolical Kemper, who is a truly terrifying and evil character.

The movie has a very unique and stylized look, with lots of vibrant colors and surreal images, which adds to the overall atmosphere of the movie. The music, which is composed by Dani Filth's band, Cradle of Filth, is also a highlight of the movie, with its haunting melodies and dark lyrics.

Overall, Cradle of Fear is a must-watch for horror fans who are looking for something truly disturbing and unforgettable. The movie is not perfect, and it may not be for everyone, but for those who can handle its intense content, it is a truly terrifying and memorable experience.

Cradle of Fear is a 2000 horror movie with a runtime of 2 hours. It has received mostly poor reviews from critics and viewers, who have given it an IMDb score of 4.3.

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    4.3  (3,286)