The Shed

critic Reviews

58% Rotten Tomatometer Score58%
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    Todd JorgensonCinemalogue
    The social subtext doesn't carry much weight alongside the supernatural nonsense, and it's difficult to find sympathy for these characters who consistently lack common sense.
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    Noel MurrayLos Angeles Times
    Part angsty teen melodrama, part gore-soaked vampire film, the offbeat horror picture "The Shed" should appeal to anyone who likes their genre stories imbued with personal feeling.
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    Peter SobczynskieFilmCritic.com
    In the end, The Shed is not quite good enough to be worth seeing, but it is just good enough to make one curious about what Sabatella might have to offer the next time around.
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    Rex ReedObserver
    There's nothing to make your hair stand on end in The Shed because it's not convincing.
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    Dennis SchwartzOzus' World Movie Reviews
    It's more concerned with how the traumatized people act when facing danger rather than just telling about the vampire's urge to kill.
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    Matt DonatoFlickering Myth
    If there's one thing The Shed gets right, it's reassuring viewers that vampires can be savage, malicious creatures of nightly fury.
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    Christian TotoHollywoodInToto.com
    This indie shocker starts strong but doesn't know how to leverage its slick premise.
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    Chuck FosterFilm Threat
    Without turning into a cheesy after school special, Sabatella spins a classic '80s yarn into brilliant social commentary.
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    Kat HughesTHN
    RIP sparkly moody vampires, as The Shed takes them back to the monstrous beings they have always meant to be.
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    Terry MesnardGayly Dreadful
    It operates on familiar tropes ... and then it twists it in very dark directions. It's just unfortunate it ultimately devolves into a stereotypical battle with an ancient evil.
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