If you don't mind low-budget and you enjoy sci-fi horror, then you might enjoy this. No, it's not the most original story, but it is done in a new way that is quite enjoyable with the right mindset.
After putting up with the first 30 minutes, i skimmed ahead. Sometimes, less is more. There were so many of them and they had taken over that space.
Also I believe that with less dialogue the actors have to show so much more how good they are in putting the words on their faces, in their expressions and so forth. The music is minimal, and oftentimes non-existent, and its absence only adds to the oppressive feeling. Shock and late night chiller theaters.
Even with this amount of resources something better could have been accomplished. The whole thing is edited together in such a way that you haven't got a clue what's going on.
Right from the beginning, we find ourselves running for our lives as the group does its best to stave off slaughter from an unseen attacker.
It was during the recent marathon that the Twilight Zone entry called Eye of the Beholder aired.
The actors are okay but the script is really nothing worth mentioning. My heart was racing multiple times during this movie, and I found myself holding my breath and then gasping for air!
Don't let that dissuade you from watching it. The Haunting 1963: Like someone forgot which side a wound was supposed to be on when they rocked up for the next days filming...
Sounds simple, right? When Boone accidentally mismarks a pair of plots with black pins, and the youthful, healthy owners of those plots abruptly die, he realizes that he may have control over the life and death of others. However, I think it was a little repetitious with all the crawling they did.OMG! The Babysitter is a Monster!! (Scary Kids Halloween 2018)
I specially love the expressions of the Package Torey Byrne when Tank Nicole Alonso talks to her and gives her a choice. It is by far the most claustrophobic movie I've ever experienced, and I've seen Buried and The Descent. Peele smartly weaves in the idea of white obsession with blackness as a source of their terror, drawing psychology into the narrative, too, and presenting desire as a sense of lack.