To sum it up easily, it is a combination of Insidious and Rosemary’s Baby. And when I say combination I basically mean an exact replica of the two.
Basically it just tried to be a modern day Rosemary’s Baby more than anything. If you couldn’t pick up on that by the similarities in the storyline, then you should have noticed when you realize not only does the main character look like Mia Farrow…but her name is Mia. Please make it a little more obvious that you’re ripping off Polanski. It kept me entertained, but I was expecting much more considering how much I personally loved The Conjuring.
Also the “demon” in this film looks identical to the Insidious demon so you can all imagine how disappointing that was. I think it had really great potential but it just fell kinda short.
“I Spit On Your Grave(1978) would have been a good movie if not for the ridiculously long and graphic rape scene in the beginning. It wasn’t that I was uncomfortable but it got so tedious of just watching her get raped for 20 minutes.”
“I love horror and always will. But, horror fans can be the biggest bunch of douches you’ll ever meet. Sometimes, we’re as bad as hipster.”
Pretty much yeah
“Eva Green is one of the best actors I’ve ever seen. She has an aura about her that not many actors, female or not, have nowadays. Her performance in Penny Dreadful was beyond amazing and strangely arousing especially in the possession scenes. She made possession sexy which is not something I’ve would have ever thought would happen.”
“ I found the Evil Dead remake much more freightening than the original.”
“Tv series “Lost” is not consider a horror but moments of it scared me for life.”
“After watch the Hostel movies, it made me terrified to go to anywhere near Slovokia. The film did a real good job convincing me that something like that is real.”
“I watched Begotten under the premise that it would be seriously deep, interesting and horrific all in one. I was disappointed. The awkwardly high contrasted art styling made me cringe and it just stopped being interesting because of that, it seemed way too pretentious.”
“You know what’s fun? When watching a horror movie, during the “let’s just throw as much gore as possible at the screen” parts, picture the Nostalgia Critic from his review of Cell doing the “be disturbed” thing.”
“I absolutely adore “The Human Centipede: First Sequence” and the character of Dr. Heiter. It’s probably one of my all time favorite movies and I watch it often. I don’t understand why people think it’s so horrible! In my opinion, the second one is much worse.”
“I’m obsessed with horror movies. I decided to save “The Exorcist” for my birthday because I thought it might be the only movie to scare me, but I feel like it’s kind of overrated, and one of the least scary movies I’ve seen from the 70s”
“Something I don’t understand is how everyone dislikes the new Texas Chainsaw. Most people say it’s because it makes Leatherface appear as an anti hero and that we are supposed to sympathize for him because of this movie. But if you look back at some of thd more loved characters that are killers they each have an air of sympathy. Based on Freddy’s dead you find Freddy went bat shit when they took his kid. With Jason it was that they killed his mother and let him drown. ”
“Most of my friends think I’m crazy for not hating all the killers from Horror movies, but I can’t bring myself to dislike them. Take Freddy Krueger for example, sure he kills kids, but only because the police took his daughter away. Even at the end of ‘Freddy’s Dead’ he told Catherine that he loved her and tried to be a good Father. I know he’s bad now, but only because of that. I could never hate someone that went through something like that.”