Posted on 8/01/13 06:00 PM
This was the first film I saw where a good chunk of the audience actually started booing and throwing popcorn at the screen after watching it. When people start bursting out laughing at a sincere attempt to be scary, you know your movie SUCKS. I went with 3 friends so it cost like 30 bucks; to this day I still want my money back. And I know I'll never get that money back which makes it even worse! I've lost something near and dear to me because of this movie. I could have handed a homeless person those 30 bucks, and he would have been able to feed himself for a week. I could have given those 30 dollars to charity where it would be put to good use, maybe even save a life or two. But no. Those 30 bucks are gone... gone and gone forever; never to return. Whenever I close my eyes I see those 30 dollars, laughing at me! Just laughing and haunting me like something out of a GOOD horror movie! Maybe that's the scary thing about this movie. Maybe that was their intention all along. This movie haunts you and torments you long after you've seen it! It picks at your conscious and eats away at your soul, keeping you forever in wonder of 'what could of been.' What could I have done with those 30 bucks? I could have set my money on fire and that would of been a better use of my time. But no. I gave away my money to the creators of that horrible shitty movie. And even worse, they'll use that money to make MORE awful movies! Setting an infinite cycle of more boredom and suffering for more innocent people. On my behalf, and on behalf of my friends who have suffered just as much as I, I'm sorry. I'm deeply sorry I went to go see this. The pain is too much to bear.