The HarvestA couple who keeps their sick son in a secluded environment find their controlled lives challenged by a young girl who moves in next door.Genre: ThrillerCountry: United StatesDuration: 104 minQuality: HDRelease: 2013IMDb: 6.1
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John McNaughtonBirthdate: 13 January 1950, Chicago, Illinois, USA
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Critic Reviews of "The Harvest"
Los Angeles TimesApril 23, 2015
At its creepiest, "The Harvest" plays like something ripped from the section of a community newspaper devoted to all things rural and weird.
RogerEbert.comApril 10, 2015
A smart and strong genre work that makes up for a relative lack of gore and viscera with plenty of tension and suspense and a number of impressive performances.
New York TimesApril 09, 2015
There may be little to give you the collywobbles, but there's quite a lot to enjoy, with Ms. Morton heading the list.
New York ObserverApril 08, 2015
Nothing wrong with a little gore as long as the result is a few goosebumps. This one is no scarier than running out of ink in the middle of a midterm exam.
The Film StageFebruary 28, 2016
I'm not sure stronger hands could prevent this script from going as far into melodrama as it does.
NerdistJanuary 02, 2016
It's worth a look, though, just don't expect big scares or a particularly new plot.
Aisle SeatAugust 31, 2015
It's not perfect, but The Harvest earns a few points for ambition.
The Robot's VoiceApril 24, 2015
There's a bit of a David Cronenberg vibe to the proceedings - like him, McNaughton is often lauded as a "master of horror" even as both seem more interested in chilly human relationships than buckets of gore.
Q Network Film DeskApril 23, 2015
eschews cheap scares and "boo" moments in favor of constant psychological pressure
Under the RadarApril 16, 2015
Ultimately, peppered with unresolved metaphors, The Harvest is a thriller without tension, a horror that doesn't scare.
CinemaDopeApril 12, 2015
'Secret Garden' meets 'Misery,' anyone? McNaughton's first feature in too long has much to recommend it, including a deceptively bucolic setting and a shriek-worthy performance by Morton. 'No wire hangers, EVER!'
DoddleApril 10, 2015
The primary horror in 'The Harvest' comes from watching the superlative talents of Michael Shannon and Samantha Morton wasted on such secondary swill.
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