Nothing game-changing here, you can spot the twists a mile away. Decent pick if you're looking for a family friendly film though?
Works well as a mature Goosebumps story, direction is spot-on as is the score. The 'it' horror gimmick becomes stale over the course of the film though, it would have worked better as an hour-long TV episode than a movie imo.
That said it's a fun, skillfully-made one-time watch for fans of indie horror.
So much has been said of war throughout human history. And yet, it is one of the many things that people tend to turn a blind eye to in order to get through the day. To stop and closely inspect what has happened in the past - what might be happening this very instant in some remote corner of the world - is to freeze in terror at its raw power. To contemplate the sheer loss of life and reflect…
I laughed. I laughed so hard that I wept. And then I laughed some more till my throat was raw. And then I had to stop because my poor throat couldn't take it anymore. And that was just the first 15 minutes.
This is probably the only film that I have not watched in one sitting, because my brain simply refused to process more than the aforementioned 15 minutes of the movie at one go. If you are confused by…