Horror movies are by far my favorite, so I've decided to make a list with all of them I remember…
Once You Believe You Die
Plagued by frightening occurrences in their home, Kelly and Ben learn that a university's parapsychology experiment produced an entity that is now haunting them. The malevolent spirit feeds on fear and torments the couple no matter where they run. Desperate, Kelly and Ben turn to a paranormal researcher, but even with his aid, it may already be too late to save themselves from the terrifying presence.
I wish I didn’t have to continually lament the state of modern horror but it really is in a sorry state. Todd Lincoln’s debut feature continues this worrying trend of limp terror and cheap jump scares as a young couple are terrorised by supernatural mould (the horror!).
Sebastian Stan and Ashley Greene move into their first home together only to discover death and decay has followed them after an earlier college experiment unleashed a malevolent entity into their lives. What follows is the familiar modern trend of loud bangs, dumb decisions and flat atmosphere.
It comes as little surprise that this tired and tension-free film only managed a DVD release here in the UK. Although arguably no worse than a…
"Your house killed my dog"
Stupefyingly bad and insulting on countless levels, The Apparition is a manifestation of everything wrong with not only the genre of horror, but movies in general. What a pathetic little marvel.
Letterboxd, you should have a zero star rating option. This is actually one of the worst movies I've ever seen.
The Good: Ashley Greene. Video game Blanka is cool. Costco: the land of never-ending supplies and samples.
The Bad: Ashley Greene. '94 movie Blanka is not cool. Costco: the land of never-ending lines. Molds. Fucking saguaros. Dullest. Horror flick. Ever.
The Bottom Line: This was supposed to be scary? No, forget that. This was supposed to be a movie?
A good looking, yet generic little horror movie which suffers from quite some flaws unfortunately. It did have some good ideas and some scary parts, but the movie as a whole leaves much to be desired because of its rushed start, bad acting, stupid script, unfitting soundtrack and lame ending (sponsored by Coleman tents apparently?!). I did like the science approach to the paranormal happenings and i thought Tom Felton (in contrary to the two main characters) did pretty wel in this flick. But that is unfortunately all there is to it. Watch at your own risk...
I seriously wish I could give this a zero. I knew I would hate this film, and sure enough I did. There is literally no effort put into this film in terms of everything it has, whether it be the scares, acting, and directing. To define the "scares" in this film, they're composed of things either moving an inch or opening on their own in a very slow manner, and occasional spouts of weird noises. However, there's about zero tension during the scenes and the characters have the most lifeless reactions to anything that's suppose to be scary. Essentially there is nothing redeeming in this effortless horror film that just takes every technique used in modern horror movies today, but…
Once you believe this film exists, you die.
tinha uma idéia ótima, mas que foi pessimamente executada. o filme é péssimo.
Funny thing about ghosts. Wish I hadn't seen this one.
Some creepy effects, especially the one where our heroine has nailed herself into the closet and a "thing" crawls out of the boxes, but the framing story is an undeveloped mess. Attractive leads though (Ashley Greene and Sebastian Stan) so one ends up watching them while waiting for the story to go somewhere... it doesn't.
I also liked the unusual setting, a new house in a California desert housing development, power line towers looming overhead. It fun to see a pristine new house turn all creepy and haunted.
I'm just grateful that Sebastian Stan is pretty to look at because this was the most boring horror movie I've ever watched.
A couple of students experiments with the other side, and are not prepared for what they unleash.
Well, the premise of the movie seems quite familiar. The acting was about as bad as you can expect from your average teen horror movie. Ashley Greene wasn't cast because of her excellent acting skills and Tom Felton did some kind of student version of Draco Malfoy. That being said, some scenes were actually quite chilling. However, the ending was, to put it mildly, a huge disappointment and effectively killed every bit of suspense that the rest of the movie had built.
Kinda late on your Pulse ripoff there
This review reportedly contains spoilers. I can handle the truth.
Okay I expected it to suck, but not this much.
Ashley Greene is absolutely beautiful; that's her sole purpose for her involvement in the film. Whilst all the 'horrors' unfold in The Apparition, the filmmakers still want you thinking you'd like to bang her, and in that department it succeeds.
The poster provides a HUGE spoiler as well as fundamentally lying to the audience from the get-go (you'll know what I mean if you bother to waste your time and watch this one).
Plus Draco Malfoy is in it; couldn't he of just performed a Patronus or something to rid the house of spirits? Typical fucking Slytherin...
- Night of the Living Dead
- Night of the Living Dead
- Dawn of the Dead
- Dawn of the Dead
- Day of the Dead
- Salem's Lot
- 100 Feet
Horror movies I've seen. List copied from my IMDB account. It will keep expanding.
In no particular order.
- Disaster Movie
- Meet the Spartans
- Battlefield Earth
- Epic Movie
- Son of the Mask