The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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Here's a 'Christian movie' that's an embarrassment to a genre that doesn't exactly have a reputation for producing great art.
The first half of The Visitation moves slowly and surely, building an appropriate level of edgy suspense before disintegrating into standard horror-flick clichés.
You could rent it for the religion, the kooky cast, or for the B-movie fun of it.
There's not an awful lot of blood and gore, but the elements of horror and suspense are definitely there and Henson does a great job of bringing them to the fore.
From T2 to modern day B-Movie star, Edward Furlong continues to be mesmerizing on the big screen. His performance in The Visitation was amazing and overlooked, because of its small budget and direct-to-video status. This film is what every horror movie aspires to be, truly scary! There are no blood or guts in this film, but what it does have is a great story and talented cast. A man shows up in the small town of Antioch and starts performing miracles, but for what purpose? He quickly wins over most of the local people, but not all of them. The story follows this friction to an unbelievable conclusion. The Visitation isn't just a scary story, it's actually got a plot. I wasn't expecting to like it as much as I did.
Weird, creepy, but interesting.
a surpise hit, the darkest and possibly most effective of Christian horror/thriller films,
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