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  • Summary: Five school friends seek adventure on Halloween night in an abandoned, haunted mine, only to find to their horror that the ghostly rumors may be true as they fight for survival.
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  1. Reviewed by: Rob Staeger
    Aug 20, 2013
    Haunted houses come in many shapes and sizes, and the title location in Abandoned Mine is the only fresh coat of paint this one gets.
  2. Reviewed by: Robert Abele
    Aug 15, 2013
    Abandoned Mine is all that its title promises: something generic and empty, with the sense that much has been left behind.
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  1. Aug 25, 2013
    This is an unpretentious little indie with a big film look. It takes you for a fun ride with twists and turns in some very realistic mine locations. If you're claustrophobic, beware. It keeps you guessing up to the very end. Ethan is hilarious. And the entire cast is very very good. Sure the characters do some pretty dumb things but end up paying for it in the end in ways I won't spoil. You won't see it coming.

    Its not for Horror critics or hardcore fans. But great for normal people who want a intense psychological thrill ride with PG-13 scares.
  2. Sep 11, 2013
    Abandoned Mine isn't really "horror", but it is horrific. Without beating you over the head with the typical outward formula of most horror films, the writer/director Chamberlain patiently allows the audience enough rope to hang themselves with their own preconceptions of the story as well as sterotypes. Then the story takes off and becomes fun as well as scary. It turned out to be surprisingly entertaining for our teens and their friends. Its a great Halloween thriller. Collapse
  3. Aug 25, 2013
    This film is a rollercoaster of emotions.
    The acting of the young leads is tremendous and the first time directing of Mr. Chamberlain is
    The film is done within the thriller genre but is void of gratuitous sex, violence, and profanity that is so prevalent with Hollywood films of the same type.
    If you are in for a fun ride and unexpected twists then "Abandoned Mine" should be your choice for a scary thrilling ride.
    Very appropriate for 13 and over!
    Enjoy the ride!
    Professor Joseph
    Adjunct professor of film