usually all TV movies will be crap. But not this one. Watched it without any expectations. but a little prejudice was there. thought it would be a wastage of time. but it was not. you can suggest this movie to your Friends also. It is an average movie. But when considering TV movies, it is better. I have to agree on one thing. They could have done much better. it was such a thriller story. if they have tried, it could be a hit. There was much more scope for some creative scenes horrific moves. the crew didn't tried it. One thing I didn't like is the villain appearance. They should have taken care of his costume in a better way. The current appearance is not much weird. If he was much more weird..... Oh man.... It could be an awesome movie.
4Closed (2013) 1080p YIFY Movie
4Closed (2013) 1080p
Foreclosed is a video starring Marlee Matlin, James Denton, and Jamie Kennedy. When a young family moves into a foreclosed home, the previous owner begins a campaign of intimidation and terror. The deranged man will stop at nothing...
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The Synopsis for 4Closed (2013) 1080p
When a young family moves into a foreclosed home, the previous owner begins a campaign of intimidation and terror. The deranged man will stop at nothing to get his home back.
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One of the best TV movie. Much much betterReviewed byPentagonDarkVote: 5/10
There is worse out there than 4Closed and it is not quite as terribleas what the first reviewer says, but that is not to say much in4Closed's favour, because there was some potential there that wasn'texplored very well. Malee Matlin and James Denton are decent, there aremoments of creepy atmosphere and 4Closed also knows what it wants to beand what it wants to do, and doesn't try to go beyond that.Unfortunately that was also a shortcoming, in doing that everythingbecomes very simplistic and without that much soul. The actors do makean effort, though Christine DeRosa's acting was rather forced and JamieKennedy doesn't really convince as a psychopathic creep(not charismaticenough and in a way too nice, also comedy villain quality sometimes),but are ill-served by the lack of tension and suspense in theatmosphere and script, half-baked characters and a complete lack ofsurprises. Not to mention a story so painfully obvious and when it isdevoid of the above things the whole movie just feels flabby. The lookof the movie is unappealing, not quite amateurish but rather drab andhurried-looking. For the type of movie 4Closed it's somewhatappropriate but when there's very little interesting elsewhere, it justdoesn't appeal. Audibly there's no better news, it's generic in scoringand the sound has a tendency to be muddied. All in all, could have beenmuch more, a few redeeming qualities here and there, but generally it'sunexciting, predictable, underwritten, simplistic and largelyunderwhelming in atmosphere, and just fails to entertain really. 3/10Bethany Cox
It was refreshing to have a movie from The Asylum that was an originalmovie, and not just a lower budgeted version of a forthcomingblockbuster - as they tend to do.
I will admit when I saw it said The Asylum on the screen as the firstthing, I was about to already give up on the movie before it had evenstarted. But I decided to let it run anyway, and good thing that I did,because "4Closed" turned out to actually be rather enjoyable.
The story is about a family that makes a purchased on a foreclosedhouse from the bank that seems too good to be true. Upon the day oftheir great move, it turns out that the former owner of the house isstill living there and refuse to give up on his home. With the policeon their side, the family have the guy evicted and they can move intotheir new dream house. But the former owner is going to let hisproperty find its way to other hands without a fight.
The movie stated that it was based on true events, of that I am notsure just how much was based on the story or how accurate it was,because I am not familiar with a story such as this having happened forreal.
The Asylum had upped their game and brought a good ensemble of actingtalents to the movie; Marlee Matlin and James Denton did have goodchemistry together. It was a shame that Paul Sorvino didn't have abigger role than he had. I was somewhat skeptic about Jamie Kennedy inthe role of the crazed home owner, but he actually pulled it off quitenicely, and this is a good step away from the usual comedy stuff thathe has to his name.
There is a good pace to the storyline and the movie does keep buildingup tension. So thumbs up to director Nick Lyon for this.
"4Closed" is a good movie that is entertaining and does have aninteresting story. Definitely a bright moment for The Asylum here.