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I was looking forward to seeing this for some time now! Great seeing Danielle Harris and Katharine Isabelle together in a slasher movie! I liked how the Soska sisters filmed the movie, but I will say I expected it to be insanely gory or have more creative kills like the first one, they were very tame in comparison. The ending was decent but I don't know why they chose the "person" they chose as the final one. That was silly. Aside from that the movie is a solid slasher. If you like the genre you will enjoy it.
ANNABELLE was really good! I'm surprised, I have to say it was stressful to watch, high anxiety, creepy, old school style, not showing too much but constantly stretching out unsettling situations the main character was put in, huge homage to Rosemary's Baby in many scenes, couldn't help but think of it. It takes place in the early 70's I'm guessing, the family are watching the Manson cult murders play out on television, everything is dial phones, record players and outdated furniture. My only question is the black woman that owned a book store in the movie, seems a bit random, this would of been a time when there were workplace inequality and tons of discrimination towards woman in general, especially black woman, oh well. If a movie like this gives me the jitters and I don't end up laughing at some point and leave psychologically altered after i leave the theatre, I think it's a job well done. That basement scene gave me chills.....the doll in itself was unsettling to look at, there's one part where the doll is in the living room on the floor near the end of the movie, what happens next also gave me chills, sometimes less is more, in this case what they showed i think worked out perfectly and they didn't overdue it with special effects and cheesy bullshit. For all the Conjuring fans that said it was better than Annabelle, i personally didn't find The Conjuring scary, it was well done though just didn't affected me, this movie is definitely my preference! Annabelle: 4?/5?
This movie was really well done, although the shaky camera was a bit much at times, a couple good scares and anxiety from either the noises, shadows/things in the catacombs attacking them and the claustrophobia parts. The movie was a real mindfuck to be honest! I thought they were in the bowels of hell at one point! It starts slow but gets good quickly, your mind really plays with you when you watch this movie, again it's not always what you blatantly see infront of you that is scary, but getting small glimpses of things and wondering what the hell it was you saw that is effective!
Fun, entertaining movie full of special effects and tornado's out of control. The story follows a group of storm chasers that eventually get side-tracked helping a man find his son who is trapped and a school that is about to be demolished by one of the biggest tornado's ever recorded. Think twist 2014. Sarah Wayne Callies stars (Lori from The Walking Dead). She is the Helen Hunt figure.