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I don't know it's possible to come with dumber idea for a movie. The acting almost as bad. If I could it give 0/5 I would.
Es una muy buena pelicula, no es para todo el mundo,
"Las ratas se cuentan por millones"
Definitely had some novel ideas I've never seen used in horror before. However, the middle of the film dragged, no genuine scares, and the ending was easy to spot from a mile away. The specifics of the background plot of possession and exorcism were easy to follow while being unique, but the film is only worth watching because it is short (less than 90 minutes). Don't expect much and you may be mildly entertained.
well, nothing new here. but gotta give credit to good acting.
Inception in a horror movie, could have been a decent idea but turns into a jumbled mess of a film. Aaron Eckhart slumming it up big time here and deserves so much better
I didn’t think it was this good but can’t figure out what all putrid reviews are for. I’ve seen much worse and Elkhart is really good in this
Pros: Brad Peyton uses pacing to make his movies feel original and fun
Great performance by Aaron Eckhart
Cons: Remains very tame visually for the subject matter
Doesn't cash fully on the uniqueness of a tired exorcism plot
Poor dialogue in parts
The devil has too much and not enough power in this film. Star Trek did a few episodes where entities could get in your mind and that was better. Even one x-file episode with the earth mushroom mind bending was better.
While an interesting take on possession, a little to slow and cheesy at times.
Inception + Constantine x Insidious = Incarnate. If you spent money to watch this then you've spent too much.