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Hangar 10 Review
Synopsis:33 years after the infamous Rendlesham Forest UFO incident, three metal detector enthusiasts hunting for Saxon gold in the same region...
Hangar 10 (2014) is a science fiction thriller found footage horror movie that I wish I did not see. It was an utter waste of my time. Director Daniel Simpson (Spiderhole (2010)) does not have experience in the movie industry, and it shows drastically in this misfit of a movie. He should stay clear of directing, writing and being a cinematographer because it is not his calling. The movie contains some fun moments and beautiful sets.
Hangar 10 is about three people who went on a trip to find treasures using metal detectors. The movie started off at a slow, dull pace introducing us to the characters. Jake (Danny Shayler - Rerun (2014), Editor (2014), The Hounds (2011)) is the cameraman. Gus (Robert Curtis) is part of the group and because he has experience in treasure hunting and metal detectors. He is also the serious guy that does not believe in the supernatural. Sally (Abbie Salt) is excited about her first trip using a metal detector to find objects/treasures. They went to Rendlesham Forest for their mission and recorded their findings. Rendlesham Forest is where UFO sightings were about three decades ago. Hmmm, strange enough the group began to hear and see unusual things, what can that be? Watch the movie if you are curious but be warned, there are better things to do.
The cameras are suddenly pointed in a direction/things, and there is not anything there to witness. I guess that was done so that we can relate to the characters and feel how they feel. The movie leaves me thinking about what if and that sort of stuff. I am getting so tired of movies being so cliche to others - if you are going to bite off of other movies then do so but make it better with your own flare. Imagine watching three people walking through a forest talking nonstop about insignificant matter.
About Hangar 10 2014
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Writers: Adam Preston, Daniel Simpson
Director: Daniel Simpson