I'm gonna go with all those two stars and a half reviews that praise all the practical effects and say there's not much else in here. I was very bored, it didn't keep me interested.
fun (some great kills!) but two things made me unable to suspend my disbelief:
1) none of these actors look like teenagers, they look like college students (which is a faint but important difference in terms of empathy)
2) some of the secretas are so dramatic, much like in the show pretty little liars, it's hard to believe most people would have such skeletons in the closet
the emotional side also doesn't quite hit, even though they clearly wanted this…
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fun watch, i seem to be landing a lot of foud footage lately after such a long time without watching any
it was a very sad film to watch at first, when what was portrayed was clearly regular Alzheimers and dementia, because I've seen both up close in my grandparents and it's just terribly terribly heartbreaking. The dangerous forgetfullness, the violent fits, the rapid weight-loss that gives people once full of life a frail appearance. I honestly felt a bit…
the poster is gorgeous, Rebecca Hall is an angel on earth, the tension and jumpscares are effective, the pace is good, it looks great, there are plenty of great ideas in here.
Honestly the biggest flaw is that the resolution isn't entirely good ? Maybe it'll grow into me if I rewatch it (another movie I'm sad I didn't get to watch on the big screen) but as of right now I feel like either the script should've highlighted some…