Overall Rank: 8714
Average Rating: 2.4/4
# of Ratings: 70
Theatrical Release Date: 03/05/2011
Blu-ray/DVD Release Date: 10/18/2011
Genre: Horror, Thriller
MPAA Rating: R
Director: Kevin Smith
Actors: Stephen Root, John Goodman, Michael Angarano, Nicholas Braun, Kaylee DeFer, Ronnie Connell
Plot: Teens answering an invitation for sex online instead wind up at the mercy of a group of fundamentalists who have some twisted plans of their own. -- Chris Kavan
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Matthew Brady - wrote on 07/03/2014
Red State unfolds in a small town dominated by a fundamentalist preacher, Abin Cooper. It tells the story of three high school boys who, on their way to an internet arranged meeting with a woman, end up crossing paths with Cooper. This movie is has some big actors in the film like John Goodman, Kyle Gallner and Anna Gunn. But this movie lacks on characters and this movie is not re-watchable at all and to be honest this movie is kind of forgettable.
smokiediebear - wrote on 08/31/2012
Christian Religious fanatics feeling though they are right and everyone else is filth hold down at a cult plantation and have a stand off with the feds. Love how this shows these Fanatics are willing to do whatever they can to remain right, no matter who it hurts, sick..
Armando Sanchez - wrote on 03/01/2012
Now Kevin Smith is my third favorite filmmaker,so I had a lot of expecations for this film.let's start with the basics : the actors are great , the writing is great , the looks of the film is beautiful.now I really did enjoy this film.it wasn't as fun as i was hoping for it to be,but it was great.this is the kind of ilm that after you watch it,it sticks with you for quite a bit.it's a good movie.there are times were i felt bored,but overall I say see it,it's worth your time.
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Yojimbo - wrote on 07/24/2013
Three high school boys go off in search of internet sex and find themselves kidnapped by a heavily armed religious cult. Kevin Smith's first attempt at a "grown up" film, Red State is an off-beat thriller with horror overtones that continually tries and occasionally succeeds at confounding your expectations. It begins as a Porky's style road movie, veers into torture porn territory only to become a siege thriller. Smith's willingness to dispose of key characters on a whim always keeps you guessing, but it also means that you never really connect with any of them and his dialogue is a little too pleased with itself in places, turning into ranting monologues rather than genuine discourse. The plot is also rather too far fetched to be taken seriously as drama and it's not OTT enough to be …
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