“I liked Grave Encounters, but Sasha’s death was so stupid. I feel like they just forgot to write her one, so they were like “fuck it” and threw that in.”
“I loved the first Grave Encounters, but the Grave Encounters 2 was horrible.”
“In the end of grave encounters I felt kinda sorry for Lance because he was the last one left in the big building. He was alone in the dark and knew there was no chance to survive.”
“Grave Encounters 2 was definitely something that needed to be done since the first was so good. And it wasn’t that bad at first but it got SO STUPID and was not AT ALL the way they should have taken the film. They totally went too crazy.”
“I kinda wish Sasha had survived in “Grave Encounters” I would’ve loved if her and Lance got a chance to get together.”
“I thought Grave Encounters was pretty damn scary, but I didn’t think it was a good film.”
“the part in grave encounters when sasha is throwing up blood and says she wants her mom made me cry”
“I didn’t think the first grave encounters was that great, but I was really impressed with the sequel!”
“Facial distortion in movies such as Grave Encounters always scare me more than anything. I have yet to figure out why…”
"I just watched Grave Encounters last night. I work in a library and now every time I open a door to the main room I think I’m just going to open a door to more shelves."
"Grave Encounters scared the fuck out of me, and yet somehow, I still didn’t think it was a great movie."
“Since so many people said Grave Encounters was one of the most scariest movies, I watched it with high expectations, and they were ruined so quick. But I still gotta give credit, it was really original how they made a parody of Ghost Adventures without over-doing it.”
“The line about it being a game and “How long can you last” during the monologue in Grave Encounters gave me goosebumps. Other that that the film was dead to me after the exit/entrance change bit.”
“Grave Encounters was one of the best horror movies I’ve seen in a while. I didn’t find the supposedly “jumpy” bits scary in the slightest, but the suspense was incredible. It was exactly like a nightmare; like a Stephen King novel. Plus, I loved the humour in the beginning! Horror movies aren’t just about blood and guts, which is something this generation doesn’t seem to understand.”