11/11/11 2011


Action / Horror / Thriller

IMDb Rating 2.5


Jack and Melissa are frightened by their son's bizarre and violent behavior; they soon learn that he is the gateway to the Apocalypse, and it will happen on his birthday, 11-11-11.

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Hayden Byerly as Nathan 'Nat' Vales
Catherine Lidstone as Miranda Bolger
551.51 MB
24 fps
1h 27m
P/S 1 / 2

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by suite92 1 / 10

A bad film about numerology and Satan worship.

Jack, Melissa, and Nathan move to a new town and a new house in University housing.

At least three of the neighbors knew that Nathan's birthday was coming right up. There's a bad sign if there ever was one! The active hornets' nest was another, especially since the editor keeps cutting to it. The rotten meat in Jack's office desk was a third; the claw marks on the family room wall should probably count as well. The fellow who came by to fix the claw marks takes one look, runs away, gets hit by a car. A door slams shut, followed by windows slamming shut and glass breaking. Good start.

Melissa has an unexpected bleeding event which leads her to find out she's pregnant. Her new doctor prescribes complete bed rest coupled with getting a nanny for Nathan and a nurse for Melissa. The neighbor across the street falls, is impaled, and dies. All sorts of clues come from neighbors and Jack's co-workers at the University.

The nurse is rather sinister, but the nanny Rhonda seems light and pleasant. Denise beats the living crap out of her, muscles in on the job, including stealing Rhonda's mobile phone. She majors in comparative religions and works part time at a butcher shop. Great stuff.

This goes on and on: 'significant event' after significant event, right up to the end. Unfortunately, the film brings none of this significance to fruition.


One star of five; two black holes for acting and screen writing.

Cinematography: 5/10 For daylight portions, the fundamentals were good. The filming during the first ritual sacrifice was hideously bad. The night sequences were spotty.

Sound: 7/10 Probably the best part of the film.

Acting: 0/10 There were so many bad performances. Hayden Byerly was terrible. Aurelia Scheppers was a disaster. None of the adult actors were worth much either. Jon Briddell, as the clueless father, was the worst of them all.

Screenplay: 0/10 Lots of bad execution. Very little of the action makes direct sense. Motivation? Forget that. A handcuffed, willful, incredibly stupid teenager escapes from the inside of a locked police car from the back seat, just second before the car explodes? I don't think so. Jack could have saved his wife by lifting the cord. Jack murdering people to save the son who killed his wife? What goes here? Not logic. The ending did not present resolution or clarification; rather, the ending seemed to deny so much of the rest of the film. The SFX were just sad.

Reviewed by Michael O'Keefe 3 / 10

Pretend this to be chilling instead of being stupid.

Jack Vales(Jon Biddell), a college professor, along with his wife Melissa(Erin Coker) and son Nat(Hayden Byerly), move to a new neighborhood, where the neighbors seems a bit odd and peculiar. Life soon becomes unlike a storybook. Nat's behavior takes a bizarre twist, but not enough to be frightened of, yet. Melissa learns she is with child and needs constant bed rest; thus a nanny for Nat must be hired. The new nanny is Denise(Aurelia Scheppers), who's attitude is a bit childlike and...well, mean. The Vales don't realize that their son will turn into the devil on his upcoming 11th birthday on 11/11/11. As for the strange neighbors, they are all devil worshipers, who can't wait for the boy to take his reign. Horrible acting and not so good special effects. The only thing I really liked was...well, the nanny. Miss Scheppers is totally hot. Also in the cast: Tracy Pulliam, Madonna Magee and Rebecca Sigl.

Reviewed by TheLittleSongbird 1 / 10

The only real horror is how terrible this movie is

The Asylum's movies are mostly terrible(there are a few tolerable ones though), so there was little surprise that 11/11/11 would be too. There is something compulsively watchable in how bad their movies are, hence the watching of them despite knowing how they'll turn out. 11/11/11 is a cheap-looking movie for starters. The editing at best is choppy, there is nothing dynamic about the lighting and the special effects are laughably fake, almost as if it took 5 minutes and less than $5 to construct. And the gore needs to be mentioned, as the blood was more melted jam than blood. The sound effects and music are generic and sluggish, forgettable also in every way. The dialogue has enough awkwardness and cheesiness to make your head hurt, and the story is terminally dull being too obvious and predictable to be scary, thrilling or suspenseful. The characters are not likable or interesting in the slightest, the direction is amateurish and has no distinctive style and the actors can't act their way out of a paper bag, that's how painful it was to watch them. In conclusion, a terrible movie, to be avoided and only to be seen just to see if The Asylum make another atrocity or a watchable movie. 1/10 Bethany Cox

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