Plot Aaron is a videographer who chooses to go and work for Josef All Aaron needs to do is a recording of Josef for the duration of the day Subsequent to in

Creep Movie Review

Creep Movie Review English Movie Review
Review for the film " Creep"
Runtime: 1 Hour 22 Minutes
Certificate: UA
Released: 08-03-2014
Genre: Mystery, Fantasy
3.5 / 5.0



  • Producer:
  • Jason Blum
  • Mark Duplass
  • Director:
  • Patrick Brice
  • Movie-Actor:
  • Mark Duplass
  • Patrick Brice
  • Co-Producer:
  • Christopher Donlon
  • Executive Producer:
  • Josh Braun


Aaron is a videographer who chooses to go and work for Josef. All Aaron needs to do is a recording of Josef for the duration of the day. Subsequent to influencing him to sit tight for a long time, upon landing, Josef demands embracing Aaron, and hints there will be "a greater amount of that to come". Josef discloses to Aaron that he is suffering from a tumor. His wife, Angela, is pregnant, and Aaron will record a progression of recordings for his unborn child, as he might not be able to live for long and will never have the capacity to see him grow up. Josef discloses to Aaron that he and his better half are calling the child "Buddy."

Later, Josef requests that Aaron go hiking with him. While getting a coat, Aaron is startled by a wolf veil in the storeroom; Josef discloses to him that his dad used to wear the cover, putting on a show to be a neighborly wolf named Peachfuzz. While climbing, Josef tells him about a mystery put with "recuperating waters", and leads Aaron to a covered waterfall.

At a restaurant after their climbing trip, Josef admits to Aaron that he had taken photographs of him before they had met, as he needed to become acquainted with Aaron before meeting him; he apologizes abundantly. Aaron packs his bags to leave and stops the video, yet leaves the sound on. At the point when the video resumes, Aaron uncovers that he got away and made it home, yet soon got a DVD via the post office from Josef of him covering huge waste packs in the yard; Aaron supposes it is implied as a risk. He has additionally been having disgusting bad dreams about Josef and him.

Josef sends him a huge box with a blade and a stuffed poser, well as another DVD with a video of Josef apologizing and saying that he truly minds in regards to Aaron. Josef now over and again calls Aaron "Mate" in the recordings. Aaron tears open the stuffed wolf, finding a memento with Josef's and Aaron's photos in it, which he tosses away. After getting no assistance from the police, Aaron hears a junk can fall one night, and as he explores his home, Josef shows up at the front entryway.

Days after the fact, Josef takes the camera and movies Aaron dozing. Aaron finds another DVD marked "My Last Video" in his home. Josef, in the video, apologizes once more, uncovering that he found the memento in Aaron's waste, which hurt him extraordinarily. As a farewell to Aaron, Josef films himself watching the murder tape, which he has officially completed a few times previously. He communicates appreciation and even puzzlement at Aaron's naivety and generosity, and cases he adores him and views him as his top pick "of all".

Star Performance

Mark and Patrick have done an amazing work with their roles in the film.


Patrick Brice has been an eminent director who has given awesome pictures to the industry.

What's there?

1. The storyline is unique and impressive.

2. Great work by the technical and graphics team.

What's not there?

1. Music could be better.


An emotional picture that has a decent message for its viewers so folks watch it.