Into the Storm

Into the Storm

Into the Storm

The director of Final Destination 5 places a group of storm-chasers in the middle of a chaotic cyclone in this natural disaster thriller, where the whole town of Silverton could be wiped off the map. Stars Richard Armitage (The Hobbit) and Sarah Wayne Callies (TV’s The Walking Dead).

2014Rating: M, Mature themes89 minsUSA
Thriller
65%
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Reviews & comments

Flicks, Aaron Yap

Flicks, Aaron Yap

flicks

Only two things separate Into the Storm from your garden variety DTV shlock from mockbuster specialists Asylum: there’s a higher level of digital finesse, and instead of employing F-list wash-ups and randoms, it features C-list faces you may recognise from telly but can’t name.

2.0

So boring I fell asleep

Husband got this out last weekend. It was so boring and the acting so poor, that I kept drifting off to sleep. It seemed to have the same story line as Twister - but worse acting, and was so predictable I knew what was going to happen all the time. I would not watch this again unless someone was paying me.

1.0

Storm in a TeaCup

Into The Storm So by squashing ‘Twister’, ‘Impossible’, ‘2012’, ’The Day After Tomorrow' and ‘Perfect Storm’ special effects with camera movement of ‘Cloverfield’ and ‘Chronicle’. Pretty good film, only I guess I’m over the armageddon movie thing. The acting was ok and the sound was incredible. On the whole it was alright, kind of comical in parts. Perfect...

2.0
Variety

Variety

press

Into the Storm can make it rain like nobody’s business, but when it tries to be smart, it comes out all wet.

Total Film

Total Film

press

The found-footage format is undone by clunkingly unnatural dialogue and internal-logic inconsistencies.

2.0
Time Out

Time Out

press

When the badass cyclones muscle into town, ripping up schools, banks and airports, the film is fairly fun. Sadly, everything else about it is, well, a bit of a disaster.

2.0
The Guardian

The Guardian

press

Into the Storm sets forth as a found-footage thriller before losing its thread and then doubling back on itself in abject disarray.

2.0
The Dissolve

The Dissolve

press

Handles the CGI action with breathless intensity.

Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

press

The script by John Swetnam is rudimentary, with only the most minimal and pallid stabs at characterization...

Empire Magazine

Empire Magazine

press

Maybe we do deserve another Twister, but to showcase the advances in effects since you really need a bigger budget than this.

2.0
Flicks, Aaron Yap

Flicks, Aaron Yap

flicks

Only two things separate Into the Storm from your garden variety DTV shlock from mockbuster specialists Asylum: there’s a higher level of digital finesse, and instead of employing F-list wash-ups and randoms, it features C-list faces you may recognise from telly but can’t name.

2.0
Variety

Variety

press

Into the Storm can make it rain like nobody’s business, but when it tries to be smart, it comes out all wet.

Total Film

Total Film

press

The found-footage format is undone by clunkingly unnatural dialogue and internal-logic inconsistencies.

2.0
Time Out

Time Out

press

When the badass cyclones muscle into town, ripping up schools, banks and airports, the film is fairly fun. Sadly, everything else about it is, well, a bit of a disaster.

2.0
The Guardian

The Guardian

press

Into the Storm sets forth as a found-footage thriller before losing its thread and then doubling back on itself in abject disarray.

2.0
The Dissolve

The Dissolve

press

Handles the CGI action with breathless intensity.

Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

press

The script by John Swetnam is rudimentary, with only the most minimal and pallid stabs at characterization...

Empire Magazine

Empire Magazine

press

Maybe we do deserve another Twister, but to showcase the advances in effects since you really need a bigger budget than this.

2.0

So boring I fell asleep

Husband got this out last weekend. It was so boring and the acting so poor, that I kept drifting off to sleep. It seemed to have the same story line as Twister - but worse acting, and was so predictable I knew what was going to happen all the time. I would not watch this again unless someone was paying me.

1.0

Storm in a TeaCup

Into The Storm So by squashing ‘Twister’, ‘Impossible’, ‘2012’, ’The Day After Tomorrow' and ‘Perfect Storm’ special effects with camera movement of ‘Cloverfield’ and ‘Chronicle’. Pretty good film, only I guess I’m over the armageddon movie thing. The acting was ok and the sound was incredible. On the whole it was alright, kind of comical in parts....

2.0