A combination splatter flick and demon child extravaganza that succeeds in bloody special effects but fails to become an actual movie.
Gabrielle *no way*
Could not agree more - in fact I'll go further than that and call this film the biggest load of crap I've seen in a long long time. It leads down the path that the baby is clearly dead and she is delusional - then it's alive and a vampire???? Or it was all a dream? I have not seen such a load of bullcrap since Bug. This suceeded in NOTHING for me at all. It was not scary, not even unsettling - just obvious. The Happening was scarier.
Aug 15 - 04:59 AM
The whole concept was frightening because let's face it if something like this were to happen it's completely plausible that a mother would go to those lengths to protect her child, it's her flesh and blood for frack's sake and there's nothing stronger than a bond between a mother and her child. It's the kind of film that makes the mother's in the audience ask themselves "what would I do?".Sometimes horror films don't have to be in your face scary, sometimes they make you question the world we live in and if you can't comprehend that I feel sorry for you because you're missing out on a lot.
Apr 24 - 05:43 PM
Are you talking about Grace? Paul Solet's film? because it wasn't a splatter film at all...in fact I didn't even think it was a typical horror film. Disturbing, yes, but it had a message, which is something most horror films fail to include.
Aug 17 - 05:32 PM
Hardly. Lots of horror films have a message, it's just how well they bother to convey them. What message did you think Grace had? I won't argue that it's long stretches of dull nothing do offer the viewer a lot of time to make up messages and meanings that may or may not actually be there.
Sep 16 - 05:24 PM
Tootsie was scarier and more unsettling.
Mar 6 - 07:41 AM