Overall Rank: 16021
Average Rating: 2.2/4
# of Ratings: 15
Theatrical Release Date: 11/09/2007
Genre: Horror, Thriller
MPAA Rating: R
Director: Dario Piana
Actors: Mike Vogel, Jaime Murray, Christina Cole, Michael Feast, Charlie Anson, Michael Dixon
Plot: Deaths tells the story of an all-American guy who is murdered each day by horrifying pursuers, only to wake up in slightly different lives to experience the terror of being murdered again.
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lpd381 - wrote on 09/21/2011
As far as the 8 films to die for series goes this one rates among the better ones. It has it's story and sticks to it. The acting is actually very good and the story kept me interested. The movie does get a wee bit on the cheesy side towards the end and I fee like there was some missed potential with this concept but it was definitely well worth the watch. My biggest complaint is how stupid the monsters look. I really feel like they could have done a whole bunch more with them if they had taken to time. But if my only complaint is that the monsters are stupid then I think the movie did a pretty good job especially for a low budget film. If you get the chance to see this I don't think you will be disappointed.
Chris Kavan - wrote on 11/01/2010
This started out pretty good with the many deaths and the multiple lives, but when it finally got to the reason behind these deaths it fell apart for me. A decent effort, but nothing I would seek out.
Snoogans - wrote on 03/08/2010
Didn't fit in with the rest of the "After Dark" films, but didn't stand out either. The plot device of him having many deaths kept my interest better than the other festival's films. Nothing else redeeming about it, though.
Full Movie Reviews
BryanFury - wrote on 03/12/2008
The Deaths of Ian stone has this strong push to begin but did not have that full steam to finish. All began when this man named Ian is thrown in a loop between two realms, reality and dreams. He now can't distinguish the line that divides these two realms. Contemplating if he's just dreaming or his eyes are wide awake to witness his own bloody death. He's trapped in this sort of endless circle and could not escape the turn of his own fate. An intriguing concept one might say but then as film goes by deeper and deeper the more crooked the story gets. Like it began in a straight forward direction and ended up in a skew line of confusion. The boundary between realness and delusion somehow got mixed up and it felt as though they ripped off a lot of stuff from other great films. If I would to …
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