Just a 22 year old movie geek sharing what she’s watching.. hi :) I rate films out of 10 on my reviews.
This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
So, this is one of my favourite films of all time. I can talk about this film for hours… But I will try and keep the review as small as possible.. Maybe. This masterpiece makes me feel a variety of different impactful emotions throughout the film, which I will explain in this review.
At the heart of this story, it is a real character piece, I get attached to the characters and truly want the best for them.
This film has always been one of my favourite sci-fi films (and just films in general) and the more I watch it, the more I love it. I can’t find a single thing wrong with this film. I love sci-fi films, especially when it’s mixed with horror themes, so this film is just incredible for me. I’d go as far to say that this film is just a masterpiece!!
There were sequences in this film that were so unbelievably…
This film was the definition of creepy! It was so effective in creating a spine-chilling atmosphere that screamed out of the scream; the death scenes and the score integrated into them were absolutely haunting. Damien himself had a sinister feel surrounding him, it was a perfect presentation of eeriness.
The pacing was quite good, however it did slow down at times. It certainly didn’t feel like a close to 2 hours film though.
I’d also like to add that those animals were so well trained, like how were they able to train them so well???
9.9/10. Four words: Toni Collette was robbed!
I remember going to see this in the cinema with my friends and I loved it! However, I can’t say the same for my friends, who hated it, along with some laughter from some of the audience and I just didn’t understand the negative reaction. I can speak for my friends by calling them “generic movie goers,” (which is completely fine) so this film didn’t click and resonate with them the same way…
31 Days of Horror: Day 2
This is one of my favourite found footage films. It’s feels real, like you’re genuinely watching this documentary. The acting just feels genuine, as if these are real people and they’re not acting at all. It truly is a gripping film and with a run time of just 1hr 18mins is short but sweet and perfect.
We see Ángela and Pablo documenting a night shift at a fire station called, “While You’re Sleeping.”…