Rated 4.3 out of 5★ by 4reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5★ by neerdowell Great Movie in the Light Thriller / Horror Genre The primary reason to watch Project Solitude: Buried Alive is the wonderful and talented Eric Roberts. Here he plays John Sola, a psychology professor that sets up an experiment in the wilderness on top of a mountain. His test subjects, who are all looking to score a quick and easy buck, are to survive for 10 days in the woods. Things are never as easy as that though â€“ especially in horror movies â€“ and things start to go horribly wrong after the campers are stranded in the woods.Eric leads a very talented cast, many of whom you will recognize from other films and TV shows. As the test subjects begin to disappear one by one, and the campers that remain try to solve the murders while keeping themselves safe, the project of surviving in the woods takes on a whole new meaning.Project Solitude: Buried Alive doesnâ€™t break new ground with its plot, but they do a fantastic job of delivering a quality film with very good production value. It is a very watchable thriller/horror movie that is a fun ride to take and I highly recommend picking It up. 08/10/2011
Rated 5 out of 5★ by LasseyDoll Solid b level horror movie, low budget, but often the low budget flicks are better than big budget. Horror just isn't meant to be a blockbuster industry. Robert's was good, of course, reminded me of an early version of him. 01/11/2012
Rated 3 out of 5 Solid Story Line and Solid Acting What would you do if you were trapped in the wooods with someone trying to kill you and a group of other people? And the other people thought it was you trying to kill them? It's a good thought and idea, solid story line and solid acting. Definitely has that movie, yet, blair witch feel to it. I'd only recognized a few of the actors but the rest were definitely new or newish, but they did the job. 01/18/2012
Rated 4 out of 5★ by LestFMan I found this movie because of Eric Roberts and I'm glad I do. Robert's is one of those classic actors who truly chooses and lives his roles. I actually hadn't heart of him until seeing him on Vh1's celebrity rehab, but he seemed like an interesting character so I decided to check out some of his movie's. After looking at his earlier stuff, I can to this movie. Not as mainstream as the rest of his stuff, but still showcased his skill and talent. But a movie isn't made soley of characters, the storyline and plot and sub characters all meld together. Not all the other characters that take part in the experiment are as good as Roberts, but since he's the star, he does his job and carries them along with him. There weren't any holes in the script or incongruencies, which is good, usually in the cheaper produced movies there's one or two. But none there. I read some of the reviews, nothing left to say that hasn't already been said. If your a fan of Robert's, check the movie out, hes the main drawing point, and even if you haven't seen him before, he's well worth it. He's not like an Ashton Kutcher character who does whatever movie they'll pay him to do, Robert's only picks what he likes, I remember reading an interview of him where he talked about the movie and said that when he read the script he knew he wanted to do the movie, even though it was lob budget, so for what it's worth. 01/21/2012