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I've always wanted to watch the perfect horror film. That leaves you on the edge of your seat, hiding your head in fear, putting your hands over your eyes and ears, peeping from your covers while you're slowly moving over to the other person you're watching it with and an unpredictable ending. This is it. Paranormal Activity 3 makes you do all these things at once and it made me genuinelly frightened. The grandmothers face is something I shall not forget and it was nice to make some sort of sense out of the other two films. This is definitely the best one.
When it comes to 80's remakes I try to avoid them at all costs. Especially being such a big 80's fan. When I heard this was going to be remade, it made me cringe and somewhat upset. Who could ever replace Kevin Bacon or the film itself? However, I was very much mistaken. This remake has been done brilliantly with a fabulous cast and not as similar to the original as I thought it would be. Has a great modern twist and I've come to realise that when the original had come out in the 80's, all 17 year olds were out there enjoying it. As I am 17 years old and this has just been released, this is now my footloose. Very well done.
It's hard not to love Reese Witherspoon in anything. This film was mad, crazy, over the top and at times quite hilarious. It's a great modern version of 'Little Red Riding Hood' and even though the ending is predictable, you can't help but like it and you end up rooting for little old Vanessa despite her troubled mind. Even more so because a girl with such a tiny frame was beating up men and genuinelly making them terrified of her. Some scenes shock you and most scenes are unpredicable apart from it's ending. It's a weird yet wonderful film.
This film is as hard to review as it is to watch. Disgusting, vile, shocking, gross, horrorfying, grotesque and degrading. They are not even half of the words to describe what this film is. I'm surprised that I watched it all the way to the end, and the fact that I did is somewhat of an acheivement. No doubt, it leaves you in suspense as what the seriously disturbed doctor will do next. Admittingly, it's also a film that you do end up watching to the end just to see how stupid it turns out to be. I don't even know how anyone would let a film like this out to the public. Terrible. Makes you want to throw up anything you've just eaten so I suggest if you really, really do want to watch this. Don't eat beforehand.
Suprisingly good film considering the 'mild' teen films that we have around today. I'd agree with the name of the film, the main word being 'wild' as it's not afraid to mention things such as sex or alcohol. Comedic in some scenes and Emma Roberts and Alex Pettyfer have good chemistry. Although predictable, it's not awful and I'd consider this one of my guilty pleasures.