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The Rendlesham UFO Incident

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The Rendlesham UFO Incident released in the US as Hangar 10 is a 2014 British horror film directed by Daniel Simpson It stars Danny Shayle, Abbie Salt, and Robert Curtis as three friends who become lost in the Rendlesham Forest and discover evidence of UFO activity, decades after the Rendlesham Forest incident It premiered at the Colchester Film Festival on 22 October 2014 and was released in the UK on 9 February 2015 It is shot in the style of found footage

Contents

  • 1 Plot
  • 2 Cast
  • 3 Production
  • 4 Release
  • 5 Reception
  • 6 See also
  • 7 References
  • 8 External links

Plot

A message indicates that the following amateur footage was recovered from a stolen laptop Gus, a metal detector enthusiast, takes his girlfriend Sally and her videographer friend Jake with him to search for buried treasure in Suffolk, England Gus discourages them from taking many supplies, as they will not be gone long As Gus describes the various metal detector models and history behind the hobby, Jake expresses more interest in filming Sally When they stop in a local pub, Jake flirts with Sally and asks if she is truly serious with Gus; she replies that she is Jake points out a newspaper that describes the Rendlesham Forest incident and says that is why he is interested in exploring the area

As they drive to their first site, they see dead horses by the side of the road Their initial searches come up empty, and the trio move on to a private property whose owner they had previously contacted The owner is nowhere to be found when they arrive at his house Undeterred, Gus insists they prospect on his land without permission Jake agrees despite his misgivings, and the three wait until nightfall to begin When Gus takes a nap, Sally and Jake discuss their history, and Jake teases her over a drunken kiss that she would rather forget Gus later leaves a message for Jake on his camera in which he tells Jake that he is aware of Jake's crush on Sally

In the Rendlesham Forest, the three hear strange noises and encounter otherworldly lights Gus, a skeptic, rejects paranormal explanations and suggests that it is local kids playing a prank Sally and Jake counter that it could not have been controlled by humans When Gus notices low-flying jets, he says that they saw experimental Ministry of Defence drones When the others ask how he could know this, he admits that he has knowingly brought them onto MoD land illegally Tensions are further heightened when their car disappears and they find a shack that contains surveillance pictures of them Military aircraft continue to fly over them, and one helicopter crashes

Now concerned for their safety, the three begin panicking Gus leads them via his GPS device, but they never encounter the road Gus becomes sullen and quiet, and Jake takes them deeper into the forest, hoping to emerge from it after following a straight line After another encounter with the strange lights, Jake and Sally lose Gus Jake convinces her that they can best help Gus by bringing back a search party Soon after, they encounter a road Overjoyed, they follow it to a seemingly abandoned American Air Force base As they explore it, they find evidence that it was involved in the 1980 UFO incident In a hangar, Jake and Sally are surprised to see Gus on a surveillance camera and rush to find him

Following loud, unearthly noises from deeper within the hangar, they encounter a UFO as it prepares to lift off As Jake yells incoherently at it, Sally explores an adjoining room, where she finds Gus' body amidst several others Jake and Sally flee the base as the UFO rises, only to be confronted by several more UFOs outside the base, each of which is making the same unearthly noises As Jake surveys the skies, Sally screams and collapses Jake runs over to her as several helicopters fly around the UFOs After checking her body, he tearfully apologises to her, climbs a hill, and raises his arms to the UFOs He is bathed in a white light and disappears

Cast

  • Danny Shayle as Jake
  • Abbie Salt as Sally
  • Robert Curtis as Gus

Production

Production took place over three and a half years Two years were spent filming on location in Rendlesham Forest

Release

Hangar 10 premiered at the Colchester Film Festival on 22 October 2014 It was released in the US on 7 November 2014 and in the UK on 9 February 2015 It was released on DVD in the US on 1 September 2015

Reception

Rotten Tomatoes, a review aggregator, reports that 14% of seven surveyed critics gave the film a positive review; the average rating is 37/10 Metacritic rated it 28/100 based on five reviews Kim Newman of Empire rated it 2/5 stars and wrote, "It has a few okay chills but treads a too familiar path" Tom Huddleston of Time Out London rated it 2/5 stars and wrote, "But overall this is dull, derivative, murky stuff, full of running and shouting but never really going anywhere" Frank Scheck of The Hollywood Reporter wrote that it "misses nary a single cliché in its visually disorienting and narratively confusing proceedings" Film Journal International wrote that it "breaks no new ground but delivers some creepy moments" Jeannette Catsoulis of The New York Times wrote it "struggles to build a science-fiction movie from little more than a ghost of an idea and an infamous location" Alan Scherstuhl of The Village Voice wrote that the climax "is legitimately creepy and impressive once it finally comes", but criticised the film's use of the found footage gimmick, which he called ridiculous Describing the film's similarity to The Blair Witch Project, Drew Hunt of Slant Magazine rated it 15/4 stars and wrote, "it's easy to see how Simpson's desire to return the found-footage genre to its roots resulted in cheap imitation" Matt Donato of We Got This Covered rated it 15/5 stars and wrote, "Hangar 10 is a horrifying endeavor for found footage fans and alien enthusiasts alike, but for all the wrong reasons" Matt Boiselle of Dread Central rated it 15/5 stars and wrote that the UFO visuals were the only good part

See also

  • List of British films of 2014

References

  1. ^ a b Maclean, Callum 2014-10-10 "Rendlesham: Infamous UFO sighting revisited in sci-fi thriller" East Anglian Daily Times Retrieved 2015-09-07 
  2. ^ Brickley, Sean 2015-09-01 "DVD and Blu-ray Releases: September 1, 2015" Dread Central Retrieved 2015-09-07 
  3. ^ "Hangar 10 2015" Rotten Tomatoes Retrieved 2015-09-07 
  4. ^ "Hangar 10" Metacritic Retrieved 2015-09-07 
  5. ^ Newman, Kim "The Rendlesham UFO Incident" Empire Retrieved 2015-09-07 
  6. ^ Huddleston, Tom 2015-02-02 "The Rendlesham UFO Incident" Time Out London Retrieved 2015-09-07 
  7. ^ Scheck, Frank 2014-11-05 "'Hangar 10': Film Review" The Hollywood Reporter Retrieved 2015-09-07 
  8. ^ "Film Review: Hangar 10" Film Journal International 2014-11-06 Retrieved 2015-09-07 
  9. ^ Catsoulis, Jeannette 2014-11-06 "Let's Play 'Scare the Actors'" The New York Times Retrieved 2015-09-07 
  10. ^ Scherstuhl, Alan 2014-11-05 "Hangar 10: Here, in 220 Words, Is Everything Wrong With Found-Footage Horror" The Village Voice Retrieved 2015-09-07 
  11. ^ Hunt, Drew 2014-11-03 "Hangar 10" Slant Magazine Retrieved 2015-09-07 
  12. ^ Donato, Matt 2014-11-30 "Hangar 10 Review" We Got This Covered Retrieved 2015-09-07 
  13. ^ Boiselle, Matt 2014-11-06 "Hangar 10 2014" Dread Central Retrieved 2015-09-07 

External links

  • The Rendlesham UFO Incident on IMDb

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