Let's Scare Julie Reviews

October 30, 2020
Though not wholly successful, this is a bold film which goes where others fear to tread, presenting teenage girls as they are rather than as most horror films like to imagine them...
October 29, 2020
As an exercise in setting mood and stretching a budget, there's certainly a great deal to be admired here, but all-in, Let's Scare Julie can't really be recommended for its horror.
October 28, 2020
Let's Scare Julie was okay, until the end. I won't spoil it, but in my opinion, it was a copout and an eye-roller that makes you regret sitting through the previous hour and a half.
October 26, 2020
In between all the screaming is a decent urban legend story, and once we're left with just Emma, things do get pretty creepy.
October 25, 2020
Destined to become a future staple at sleepovers, with just the right balance of scares, humour, and normality, to excite, entrance and terrorise teenage attendees.
October 24, 2020
DP Chuck Ozeas' intimate handheld camerawork - aided greatly by the natural performances of the young women & their free-associative banter - lends everything an air of casual realism, making the irruption of the irrational all the more alarming.
October 11, 2020
Characters and plot points seem to vanish or reappear with little resolution.
October 2, 2020
Let's Scare Julie breaks out the gimmick of telling its entire story in one continuous and unbroken shot -- an ironic move, considering the fact that someone involved probably should have called "Cut!" early on during the screenwriting process.
September 29, 2020
As a technical feat, Let's Scare Julie is indeed impressive, but impressive does not always a good film make.
September 28, 2020
Cremata throws in a late-breaking, half-formed anti-bullying message, which just makes his movie feel more like a school presentation rather than an intense thriller.