Thriller, Horror, Comedy
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Daniel Robbins
Alex Emanuel as Uncle Mike
Michelle Cameron as Crystal
Benjamin Beretz as Young Jack
Angela Atwood as Jenny
Adam Werth as Teacher's Assistant
Ben Rapaport as Frat Bro #2
Michael Gelfand as Frat Bro #1
Paulina Singer as Rose Gonzalo
Gene Jones as Wade
Michele Ammon as News Reporter
Mark Rapaport as Crackhead
Zack Weiner as Brandon
Ben Getz as Jack Luskey
Storyline: A sleepwalking teen straps a camera to himself and discovers a sinister family secret.
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Erratically messy and ambitiously quick, one might find only sliver of decency in the piles of inconsistent narrative
"Uncaged" is not normal by any stretch, from the first act alone it shows hectic cinematography and plot. It stumbles on found footage direction, turns into odd mix of thriller and comedy, then falls straight into corny nudity. The various subplots further hinder the execution with random occurrences. However, there are few surprises like the comic style presentation and better moments on the second half, although it would require patience on audience's part to get that far.

The story starts off confusingly, it's a series of camcorder records of a child then it jumps to three friends taking a trip into the woods, not forgetting the mandatory smooching events. As though that's not jumbled enough it veers with comic book slideshow and down to crime drama shtick. People would appear randomly, bringing needless subplots with them the entire way.

This is encumbered plot to say the least, but the movie has a good direction as it goes on and audience eventually familiarize themselves with the assortment of dubious people. Acting is pretty solid, especially the three friends, they have some awfully strange comedic moments which serendipitously work. The antagonist drug dealer is also ominous in abusive kind of way, if one can tolerate his awkward subplot shoehorned in.

Visual is a true mixed bag, on some occasions it looks bad and jittery as though it wants to replicate mockumentary, but towards the end the graphic is more polished. This is nothing short of big budget and it clearly shows with the editing, still there's a decent effort here and there when the story is properly engaging once it slaps all the fragmented narrative together.

The movie has unexpected shining moments from comedy and horror, but it's chained by incessant oddities which audience, rightfully, might not willing to endure.
most distinguishing feature of this movie is how confusing it is
I could literally go on and on about the characters being horrifically written. I want to. But I won't. If you have a deep well of patience, you'll be fine with this movie. If you are not planning to pay attention, you'll be fine with this movie. But otherwise... The characterization is just a huge problem. I have many other nitpicky issues, but this is such a big one that I think that's all that needs to be said (well, this and the major PLOT issues; how is one movie so bad??). Throughout the movie, the characters constantly throw me off with their bizarre behavior--and not in a good way. Barring the characterization, the movie is watchable, but unfortunately, a movie is nothing without its characters.
There is very little good to say about this movie. None of the characters are likable, and only two characters in this movie can act (nerdy friend and bad guy (albeit over the top at times)). A ton of nonsensical absolutely horrible choices that don't make any sense. The girl's character doesn't even seem real to me. You just happened to fall in with a dangerous drug dealer? Really? And then decided it was a good idea to cheat on him. Really? And then keep the bastard baby even after the adulterer is dead. Really? After he literally just killed your paraplegic dog? (Freaking awesome scene by the way)... Really? And then to ask a complete stranger to kill him for you? How am I supposed to feel bad for this person? To some extent they made intentionally terrible choices. I could see a girl trying to convince a new romantic fling to kill her current lover... But a stranger... At the dinner table? A character that stupid deserves to die at the hands of a hyper-masculine mongoloid who randomly picks up a Southern accent at times. Skip this movie.
Enjoyable and funny
OK, so low(ish) budget by Hollywood standards with naturalistic lighting, no constructed sets and some hand held digital camera work - and all the better for that, by the way - but... just fresh and in parts very very funny. (Especially the bit where a gansta proves just how scary he is with a lighter!). I had to write this review having read some negative ones.

Contrary to some you might have read there are no odd plot turns, no moments when you don't know what's going on, and above all the acting is great. I particularly like the relationship between the cousins.

Definitely worth watching if you're a fan of the werewolf genre or just like off-beat, funny movies.
Stupid film
I made an account just for the reason to say how stupidly dumb this film is, the only good thing about it is the guy in glasses, spoiler it makes no sense at all to how the mother had not killed her son or the father previously and when both friends enter the barn before the main char changes the guy in glasses goes to lock the cage and the other stops him, although the other guy is terrified of the main char for being a killed, why not just lock him in the cage anyways also he killed someone himself I turned it off after that point as the film is utterly retarded and makes no sense, don't waste your time watching this crap
A Modern Day Take on the Werewolf Genre
Uncaged is the story of a college boy, forced to lock himself in a cage to protect the world from the beast within. The story follows three friends as they plunge into one wild weekend in the country. It has the classic supernatural metamorphosis element. The protagonist figures out how to use his dark power for good: to rescue a battered wife. The cast gave memorable performances as oddballs characters. It has high production value. The special effects are good. The plot moves with funny jokes. The comic book style animation was a nice touch. It's Teen Wolf meets an R. Kelly video. If you like werewolf pictures, you will like Uncaged.
More Bite than Bark
There is a lot to like about this movie; it uses its limited budget well, the dialogue is great, the acting is solid and it has a unique story. All of these things add up to a decent horror comedy that fans of low budget horror will enjoy.

That being said it is also important to know not to expect some crazy, blood-soaked monster mash as things don't really get going in that department until near the end and are pretty tame, most likely due to budget restrictions. Instead the film is a more personal story, and a good one, it's just that with the title and the poster you might get the wrong idea and be expecting something you aren't going to get (a bit like Gareth Edwards' Monsters). It also has a few problems with pacing and logic, i.e. events occurring without any build up and then forgotten about until convenient, but nothing too off-putting.

This movie demands a lot of attention and has a lot packed into the first hour for the final act to pay off properly, but overall it has enough going for it to give it a shot. It works well as both a comedy and a horror, just know going in that it is a story-heavy movie rather than a mindless gore-fest and you won't be disappointed.
A Howling Good Indie Werewolf Movie
I bought the DVD on the day of it's release and this is definitely one of the more better werewolf films i've seen as of late. There's a bit of everything suspense, horror, comedy, gore and action.

It's refreshing to see that this particular film doesn't just rely on the beast itself to carry out everything. This is also a story driven film which makes it all the more interesting to watch as everything plays out.

The special effects of the werewolf transformation may not be top notch Hollywood style but as a werewolf movie fan I applaud them for going with practical effects and animatronics it brings out more creativity and get's the actor involved instead of just having CGI do everything.

Definitely a talented cast everyone seemed invested and brought the goods to the table.

Ben Getz (Grotto, Multi-Player) does a wonderful job carrying his first full length film and if you buy the DVD (which I recommend because it comes with a funny blooper reel and audio commentary with the cast and crew) you'll find that not only is he talented but very dedicated to his character as well especially during certain outside scenes. That's something that will definitely work in his favor as an actor and I look forward to seeing more of him in future roles.

Kyle Kirkpatrick, Zack Weiner (was hilarious throughout) and Paulina Singer were strong standouts as well.

You'll find the title of this film is very fitting metaphorically because the beast in Jack himself is "Uncaged" once he reaches a certain age and literally because while Jack gets a cage with the exception of one time he tends to transform before he's securely inside which leads to some interesting things.

All in all i'd give this movie a solid 4 out of 5 stars. It's a decent indie werewolf flick that's not like some of those thriller/horror movies you watch one time then forget about a few weeks later. This one has nice rewatch value that you'll enjoy for many full moons to come.
I thought this was pretty decent
I watched the movie before reading any of the reviews and I'm not quite sure what others mean when they say the story was all over the place. I followed it without issue and for a low-budget film, I was impressed. The acting was decent, it had some pretty funny moments and the last line was a perfect ending line, "welcome to the family". I really liked that this movie took on a lighter side at times. The makeup and transformation was also done well. I went into this not really expecting much but I was very pleasantly surprised. Great job to cast, director and everyone else in the background that contributed to putting this together!
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