Creep (2015) - Review, Rating and Synopsis

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  • Release Date: 2015
  • Genre: Madness & Paranoia
  • Cast and crew: Connie Castanzo, James Padric
  • Director: Patrick Brice
  • Screenwriter: Mark Duplass, Patrick Brice

Creep (2015) Rating:

  • Dylan = 7 / 10;
  • Eloise = 6 / 10;
  • Raoul = 8 / 10;
  • IMDb = 6.3 / 10;
  • Rotten Tomatoes = 9.2 / 10;

Creep (2015) Synopsis:

A man accepts a random job offer where he must film a guy for one day – not knowing the guy is, in fact, a dangerous psychopath.

Creep (2015) Review:

Creep is a low-budget found footage movie done by two guys, Patrick Brice (director) and Mark Duplass (the rising actor that you might have seen in The Lazarus Effect).

That movie will certainly divide the audience because of how minimalist it is. It is made from the strict minimum: two actors, no special settings, no special effects, just a hand camera, and some great acting. The same simplicity goes for the story – it is just the story of a creep being creepy. However, and despite how simple everything is, the movie is genuine …creepy!

The dialogues are really clever and Mark Duplass does a fantastic job at being psychologically terrifying. His character seems completely normal at first and gradually reveals how twisted he is. Many times you’ll want to punch him in the face, and that’s exactly the point. The movie does a masterful job at making the audience feel really uncomfortable. Now Mark Duplass performance is everything in this movie. Change the actor and the movie might very well be one of the worst releases of the year… but with such a creepy atmosphere, it turns out to be one of this year great release instead.


In conclusion, Creep is at the image of its title, extremely simple but creepy.

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