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A stylish yet dark and eerie voyage trough jumpscares and partly psychological horror, you've to like it
This movie is very confusing, and pulls you out of the story, because you have to question what just happened, and how this ties into the conjuring franchise. This movie also plays with way to many ideas, including other spirits/demons, and character Subplots. This movie isn't unberiball to watch, but it does kind of feel like a chore. Their are some fun stuff this movie does, but there isn't really any reason to watch this, except to see more of Valak
No, once again they made a crap movie out of a good horror movie character from the conjuring.
Disappointing and silly entry in the Conjuring expanded universe. A few scares but otherwise the whole thing should of probably Rest In Peace.
Whole movie was so dark could not see anything. Might as well have only listened to a soundtrack. They must have really cheaped out on the special effects.
How can you feel scare or know what story about if you can't see anything and what is going on cos the movie away to dark even during the day outside still to dark ,only can hear monster or gosh screaming 👎👎👎
This movie wasn't bad, but it wasn't good either. There are couple of things I liked that was in the movie. Visuals: They were pretty creative and well thought out that seemed a little creepy. EX: a huge shadow emerges behind a cross then slowly moves to the right of the wall as the shadow gets smaller, then when it encounters the mirror, you can see an actual nun walking behind the protagonist. There are others that I loved, but I won't get in to too much detail about it.
But I got annoyed by the lame, including with the non-scary ghost walking by or disappearing when someone turns around. It's predictable, and that bores me. The intense scenes were good though. I always have my heart racing whenever someone's in trouble or on the edge of death. I'm not sure if that's a cheap cliche but I personally like it. Simple story to it: oh no, bad evil thing is released from the gates of hell, must defeat it." Overall, It's a bad horror movie, but not a bad movie itself. If it used less unnecessary jumpscares and boring "look at me, I walked passed by/ disappeared" moments, I would take the movie more seriously.
Despite a screenplay by Gary Dauberman that doesn't exploit the full potential of the story, The Nun is a fun horror film with spooky and very well-made atmospheres, a spooky character played by Bonnie Aarons, a competent direction of Corin Hardy and excellent performances by Demián Bichir, Taissa Farmiga and Jonas Bloquet
I watched this at home, and I'm glad I did, because I quit half way through. Just another generic, boring , horror movie.
What a movie, there is nothing more terrifying than some demons that sound like lions. This story was just atrocious and you couldn't pay me to watch it again. The seal was broken cause some planes dropped some bombs during the war? Come on man, but hey create your own opinion.