Steam Realms


Realms is a movie starring Ryan Kelley, Madison McKinley, and Praya Lundberg. Two American bank robbers and their three local hostages take shelter in a mysterious manor in the woods. As the hostages try to escape, they all begin to...

Other Titles
Korku Diyarı, Treasured, NeverRealm, Dimensions hostiles, Dominios oscuros, Lãnh Địa Ma, Dwór, Dominios escuros
Running Time
1 hours 30 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Horror, Mystery
Daric Gates
Kevin Summerfield
Ryan Kelley, Praya Lundberg, Madison McKinley, Pichaya Nitipaisalkul
Audio Languages
日本語, اللغة_العربية, English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Japanese, اللغة_العربية, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Two American bank robbers and their three local hostages take shelter in a mysterious manor in the woods. As the hostages try to escape, they all begin to realize no one is safe from the evil lurking inside the house.

Comments about horror «Realms» (6)

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Heather Watkins

I'm a sucker for horror movies, and I've been watching them for as long as I can remember. I was still in grade school when I started watching "Jaws", and when I found out that they were making a sequel, I got a kick out of it. I thought it was going to be so much better than the original, but unfortunately I was wrong. This one was very close, and I've only seen it once. I would say that it's one of the better horror movies of the genre, but I'm not saying that about "Saw", which I would say is a much better horror movie. It's very well done and scary, and it's a good film to watch on a rainy day, when you don't want to think too much. I also think that "Halloween", and "Rosemary's Baby", are more frightening than "Suspiria". It's also interesting to note that the only reason that I ever watched this one, was because it was on the Discovery channel, which isn't very common for me, but I'm glad that I did. It's worth watching.

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Bryan Mason

I had never heard of this film before, and had never even seen a trailer before I saw it for the first time. I was very pleasantly surprised, and decided to get it on DVD, only to find it to be an excellent film that I really enjoyed. It is a scary movie, and the film actually has a lot of story to it. I found it to be a very original film, and it has a lot of good character development. This is one of the better movies I have seen in a long time, and I would highly recommend that you check it out. It is not perfect, but I think it is worth checking out. 8/10

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Samuel Hunt

Frankly, I'm not a great fan of the former Stephen King novel. However, this movie might be worth watching because it has been re-interpreted for the screen in a different way. The most interesting part of this film is the dialogue. In the book, King is almost entirely silent in the middle of the story. The characters are completely devoid of expression, except for the occasional freeze-frame or flash back. In this film, King has completely relented. We see both his point of view and his characters' point of view, as if he's narrating from inside the characters' heads. There's also a kind of re-enactment of a documentary style, where the characters go through the murder-suicides and flashbacks. The other part of the movie that I enjoyed the most was the cinematography. The editing was done so well that I actually think it might be a combination of some other directors' work. I didn't notice this as well when I read the book, but it looks as if King and his editor were influenced by film-making techniques used in film. The camera work is so fast and so intense that you can't really tell where the camera is going to point. This was also the reason I enjoyed the film so much. The director went through this fast editing and slowed it down to the point where it's as though you were watching a documentary. I've seen this technique used to great effect in movies like "City of Angels" and "The DaVinci Code." And I don't think this film was rushed into a good rhythm. The movie is definitely not for everyone. This is not a "horror" film. It's not scary. The dialog is a bit weird and the characters are not very interesting. This is one of those films that I would recommend to people who enjoy a good, fast-paced, fast-paced film. It may seem a little slow and boring at first, but you'll find yourself watching the film over and over again.

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When this film came out I was not really a fan of the genre, but after I saw it I was pretty much hooked. I thought it was an excellent, well-written horror/thriller that kept you in your seat for a good part of the time. When the film was over, I wasn't sure what to think. Was it good? No. Was it awful? Yes. So, I went back and watched the film again. In the end, it was more of a good film. Not great. I think there are two parts that stand out to me. The first is the story. In a way, it is similar to the book. The killer is really, really scary and has a really great way of making you feel scared. I also like the way the killer got his hands on the kids, and the way they were made to look, and how the ending was quite shocking. All in all, the movie was very good. It has that classic horror feel, and you feel that you are really watching something you should be watching. If you like that kind of thing, then this movie is for you. I give it a 7/10.

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Amanda Williams

This film has a very scary and disturbing feel to it. The film is not a particularly good film by any means but it was a film that left me on the edge of my seat. It was the perfect horror movie for me to watch. I had been meaning to watch this film for a long time and finally bought it on DVD. I was a bit disappointed by the film as it was more a horror film than a thriller but it still was a very good film. The film was very good and I think this is one of the best films I have seen. The film had a very creepy and disturbing feel to it and I found myself on the edge of my seat throughout the film. The film is very good and a good horror film.

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I can't believe I actually watched this movie twice in one weekend, or maybe it was the second time for me, it still haunts me. When it first came out, I couldn't get a hold of it, and I never did get it out on DVD either, until I recently saw it on the video market. Now I finally have it. and it is a bit of a revelation. Just a small part of what's going on here is the sort of horror that happens when a little kid is in charge of his father's business, and the young man comes to know the business around his father and starts to feel like his dad is neglecting him, and his dad's business isn't paying him properly. This is the sort of thing that seems a lot worse than it actually is, with a few things that make it seem even more terrible, but that's the one area that makes it a bit more interesting than a typical slasher. The ending is a bit unbelievable, but there's some solid moments in here too, which makes it even better, and if you're into the concept of this sort of thing, you'll probably be in for a treat, as this movie has something that I'd never seen before, which is a fantastic amount of suspense, and a lot of other elements which make this a good slasher. I give this movie 8/10.