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Start out a bit slow. You think the ending will be predictable and it seems to be going that way, but the last 20 minutes really pulls it together and makes for a creepy ending.
Well, that was something!
If Netflix's purpose is to be hated, it's obtaining it perfectly.
While it had potential, the final result is a bit of a flop. There were good moments of shock, but (spoiler alert!) the characters are never fleshed out, so when, for example, Clara and Terry die, the viewer really doesn't care! The plot was shaky, characters dislikable and ending just confusing.
It surprised me. I was bored watching the beginning because I was already prepared for what I thought was going to be a truly predictable plot twist. So, I was surprised when the plot twist occurred and it wasn't what I expected. Perked up after that. I would say the ending should have been fleshed out a little more though. It just left us hanging. And wasn't one of those interpret the ending storyline.
It was way too much gore. The action was almost bearable if it wasn't for the amount of blood that was unescassary.
Complete garbage. Dont waste your time
Interesting movie for a movie night with friends .
Bit slow in parts although good acting . Not the best horror but Ive seen worse
Yet another "clinical" film that doesn't bother to get the medical facts and terminology straight. I can't enjoy the movie when she mispronounces a medication and basically reads a typo that somehow got cleared, all in the first line of dialogue. I can't even finish the damn thing. I've worked in psych and I love psych movies but I cringe to think what they've mangled throughout.