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At heart, The Believers is a remake of Rosemary's Baby with none of the wit and twice as much gore.
It was an especially smart move to cast Daniel Benzali as the cult's leader, The Teacher.
An intense, gripping and serious horror film. Has aged quite well since its theatrical release.
Not as creepy as the book, but hey, it'll do in a pinch.
John Schlesinger and the horror film should never have met
a few shocks amid a lot of voodoo hoodoo
Dry and obvious cult thriller that starts out ugly and then just gets more and more confused.
What starts out like a family drama soon enters serial thriller territory and finally ends up being a supernatural horror film. The greatest trick this film pulls is that those aspects flow into each other really well and make for a very entertaining, sometimes disturbing and ultimately exciting film. That's also thanks to the acting, particularly Sheen makes for a convincing police psychologist and father, whose son is threatened by an voodoo cult. Even though the film is clearly a child of its time (the 80s), the shocks and twists still work and the wonderfully unpleasant final punchline stays with you for quite a while. Very good!
Voodoo cult thrillerr. Somewhat interesting, but I'm not a big Martin Sheen fan, but he does make it creepier.
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