The Forest

The Forest

Director: Jason Zada Cast: Natalie Dormer, Taylor Kinney, Yukiyoshi Ozawa

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Product Details

Release Date: 04/12/2016
UPC: 0025192326073
Original Release: 2016
Rating: PG-13
Source: Universal Studios
Region Code: 1
Time: 1:34:00
Sales rank: 27,425

Special Features

Exploring The Forest; Galleries; Storyboards; Feature Commentary with Director Jason Zada

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Natalie Dormer Sara
Taylor Kinney Aiden
Yukiyoshi Ozawa Michi
Eoin Macken Rob
Rina Takasaki Hoshiko
Stephanie Vogt Valerie
Osamu Tanpopo Homeless Man
Yasuo Tobishima Sushi Chef
Ibuki Kaneda Mei (Schoolgirl)
Akiko Iwase Head Teacher
Kikuo Ichikawa Businessman
Noriko Sakura Mayumi
Yozef Aoki Visitor Center Morgue Man
Yuho Yamashita Sakura
Gen Seto Narusawa Bartender
Terry Diab Grandma
Nada Mazalica Sara/Jess (Age 6)
Lidija Antonic Mother of Sara/Jess
Takako Akashi Ubasute Old Woman #1
Yuriri Naka Narusawa Young Woman
Nemanja Naumoski Pillowcase Man
Tales Yamomoto Blue Tent Man
Meg Kubota Ubasute Old Woman #2
Mieko Wertheim Ubasute Old Woman #3
Carni Djeric Father of Sara/Jess
Yoshio Hasegawa Aokigahara Police Sergeant
Bear McCreary Conductor

Technical Credits
Jason Zada Director
Nick Antosca Screenwriter
Lawrence Bender Executive Producer
Len Blavatnik Executive Producer
James Ward Byrkit Co-producer
Sarah Cornwell Screenwriter
Dusan Demic Set Decoration/Design
Jasna Dragovic Art Director
Tijana Durkovic Set Decoration/Design
Jim Flynn Editor
Aviv Giladi Executive Producer
David S. Goyer Producer
Elaine Grainger Casting
Ko Iwagami Casting
Ben Ketai Screenwriter
Hiroyasu Kitagawa Asst. Director
Christopher Landry Asst. Director
David Linde Producer
Bear McCreary Score Composer
Tory Metzger Producer
Bojana Nikitovic Costumes/Costume Designer
Kikuo Ohta Art Director
Nenad Pavlovic Casting
Andrew D.T. Pfeffer Executive Producer
Kevin Phipps Production Designer
Kevin Phipps Production Designer
Mihailo Radosevic Set Decoration/Design
Jennifer Semler Co-producer
Jussi Tegelman Sound/Sound Designer
Mattias Troelstrup Cinematographer

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- The Forest
1. Scene 1 [5:31]
2. Scene 2 [3:58]
3. Scene 3 [6:06]
4. Scene 4 [3:46]
5. Scene 5 [4:14]
6. Scene 6 [5:18]
7. Scene 7 [5:17]
8. Scene 8 [2:43]
9. Scene 9 [3:27]
10. Scene 10 [3:30]
11. Scene 11 [4:51]
12. Scene 12 [4:32]
13. Scene 13 [6:18]
14. Scene 14 [2:55]
15. Scene 15 [4:44]
16. Scene 16 [4:12]
17. Scene 17 [4:53]
18. Scene 18 [5:07]
19. Scene 19 [5:19]
20. Scene 20 [6:22]

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The Forest 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
KimHeniadis More than 1 year ago
If you go in thinking this is a horror movie, or wanting it to be another Ring movie, you will be disappointed. I would say it’s more of a supernatural thriller with a couple of jump scares thrown in. And even the supernatural part of it is pretty light. Are there spirits messing with Sara’s head, or is it the mental illness that seems to be a part of her family history? The best part of the movie for me was when Sara starts second guessing her guide, Aiden. It had me guessing as to which direction this movie would be going. Was Aiden really messing with her, was Sara’s head messing with her, or were the spirits doing it. As for the rest of the movie, there was nothing too exciting to be seen. They are walking around the forest a lot, but I never felt any tension mounting. And I never got a creepy feeling in the forest, even with all the fog, and the occasional dead body or spirit jumping out. You get some flashbacks to Sara and Jessica (her twin), and we see what really happened to her parents. But other than that, not much goes on. The one thing where I kept thinking, “Really!”, was with her phone. They are out in the forest for a couple of days, but she continues to use her phone as a flashlight, and her battery doesn’t wear out. It’s a small thing, but for some reason, I kept focusing on that. She did use it quite a bit in the dark, which was a nice change of pace, with the audience actually being able see a bit more of what was going on. So I guess I have a love/hate relationship with her phone. All in all, not a horrible movie. I thought the storyline was wrapped up well. Questions were answered, and of course, they left it open for a sequel.