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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?
Here is proof that I watch too many damn movies. It took almost 40 minutes to realize that I had seen this weak haunted house movie before. I did not like it then and I do not like it now. According to my records I watched this movie in December 2013....well since then I have watched 1284 more movies. During that time I am happy to report I had forgotten most of the movie....hopefully it will be as quickly forgotten now that I have seen the movie twice.
So very very bad. This movie has no ending. In fact, it seems like it has no 2nd half even. Things suddenly conclude midway, just as you think things are finally going to be explained! Yes, it's that bad!!! When the credits started rolling I was like, "HUH?!?!?!?!" That's it?! That was the end?!" But yes, it was. There wasn't even anything after the credits. I remained seated for a full 30 seconds stunned, wondering if I too had been deceived by the "apparition" we never found out more about.
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...
Kudos for Sebastian Stan for being hot but that was a nope.
Standart Horrorfilm wie es sie jedes Jahr gibt und der nicht neues zeigt, oder sich durch nichts von ähnlichen Filmen abhebt.
Greene looks sexy adorable, and Stan is the man, but what starts as a promising horror flick ends up rather dull and weak by film's end. In fact, the very last scene in the tent is really quite silly and doesn't make a whole lot of sense. Not much of a horror movie, but it was entertaining enough to watch.
There's a scene where Ashley Greene and Sebastian Stan are throwing tortilla chips at each other and argue about whether or not to go to Costco to buy a cactus for 6 minutes.
Horribly written and acted, The Apparition is complete garbage.
The tagline on the poster is, "Once you believe, you die." Well, what if the viewers or the characters never believed so that this excruciating 82 minutes never even took place?
The Apparition has got to be the most the most shamelessly PG-13 horror films I've ever seen. Every element feel like it was designed for test audiences (the blandly attractive cast, the played-to-death paranormal haunting plot, the nondescript digital visual style, etc.) with little to no artistic thought. I went in hoping this would be bad enough to laugh at but with the exception of some ham-fisted Costco product placement there isn't anything eccentric or unique enough to be funny; its a draining experience throughout it's entire and thankfully short run time.
In keeping with the spirit of experimentation so inspiringly embodied by the characters of ‘The Apparition’, Letterboxd hereby presents, unexpurgated and in full, a full transcript of the notes taken by Statler_Waldorf on the night of 17 August 2015 during his inaugral viewing of Warner Bros. Pictures’ supernatural horror opus…
• Faux amateur camera footage. I hate faux amateur camera footage. From now on, just for my own amusement, I'm going to pretend that every director that uses faux amateur camera footage (FACF) is a no-talent, fraudulent hack. Just for my own amusement, you understand.
• Cactus on the dashboard – girl, that’s dangerous!
• I don’t like this music score at all. At all.
• This is actually a…
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Fear Factor (Harry): 0/10
The "Shit In Your Pants" Moment: When I realized I wasted 80 minutes of my life on what could possibly be the worst film I've ever seen.
Verdict: Fuck, man. :(
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