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Absolute rubbish film. No real plotline, loads of ineffective jump scares and gore.
A singular sort of horror, both modern and classical, that came as a very pleasant surprise. Adroit work from director Brian O'Malley's feature-length debut, works primarily on the strength of the performances, each and every single member of this small cast shines.
Aunque este thriller sobrenatural maneja ideas interesantes y se basa en grandes clásicos como Asalto a la Comisaria del Distrito 13, su trama es tan exagerada y sin sentido en algunos momentos que no puedo decir que se vaya a convertir en un gran clásico.
Cierto es que Liam Cunningham se esfuerza en hacer un buen trabajo, pero aun así el guión no le ayuda en su trabajo. Aun así, el tramo final es divertido de ver y tiene bastante acción y gore.
No será un gran clásico, pero en algunos momentos brilla con algunas ideas interesantes o buena acción.
Good movie. Though the climax is not nearly as satisfying as what preceded it, the mystery driving the film is compelling, the gore is well-placed and grotesque, the cinematography is beautiful, the atmosphere is dark and creepy and the performances are solid, especially Cunningham.
Debut director Brian O'Malley has crafted an intriguing horror flick that, aside from a few cheap scares, attempts to avoid tired clichés.
A simple little movie with not much of a story...but at least good carnage...and still better as our critics darlings like It follows or the Babadook...just to name two of their most obvious rating crimes
reminds me of The Traveler with Val Kilmer. Only done better.
Not a bad movie at all. Liam Cunningham makes an excellent collector of souls and though the background stories of the other cast members is a bit far fetched, the whole thing comes together in a very watchable film.
A solid film, well made, well shot and has very interesting characters, the plot takes a predictable route but is enjoyable and certainly worth watching if you have a free evening
I thought The movie was pretty decent. Everybodies "sin" was kinda cliche, but then again it's kinda hard to be original in that sense. But it was entertaining none the less. Watched it all the way through in a single sitting without having to pause and see if the blasted thing was close to ending like most movies today. Go for it and don't try to read to far into it.