One and one (and one and one and one and one) never quite add up to two.
John Anderson - Variety
If only "11-11-11" had arrived a little closer to Thanksgiving - the turkey connection would have been entirely appropriate.
Robert Abele - Los Angeles Times
With 11-11-11, Darren Lynn Bousman is merely insulting the audience with this poor excuse for a plot and its ludicrous ending
Jeff Beck - We Got This Covered
With "11-11-11," [Bousman] is merely insulting the audience with this poor excuse for a plot and its ludicrous ending.
Jeff Beck - Examiner.com
tries to hammer home the point that something awful is coming - although the viewer is never quite sure what.
James Luxford - The National
11-11-11 has a few scary moments here and there, but it's mostly a flat, lifeless spiritual horror spin on The Number 23.
R. L. Shaffer - IGN DVD
While not as offensively tawdry as recent release The Devil Inside, Bousman's film is strictly by-the-numbers horror fare.
Eddie Harrison - The List
Ken McIntyre - Total Film
Now that 11/11/11 has passed without any doom, the movie is already obsolete.
Jeffrey M. Anderson - Common Sense Media
Jeffrey M. Anderson - Combustible Celluloid
If the ineffectiveness knob goes up to ten, this film manages to turn it up to you-know-what.
David Fear - Time Out New York
The film has the feel of something conceived and whipped together in very little time, perhaps to make its own built-in deadline.
Alison Willmore - Movieline
a timely terror tale
Bill Gibron - Filmcritic.com
Bousman overcooks a simple premise, spending too much time on laborious exposition and not enough on dramatic elements, allowing wooden performances and a low-budget chill to paralyze the effort.
Brian Orndorf - BrianOrndorf.com