The title at the end was definitely the vvitch....
The title at the end was definitely the vvitch....
I'm all in on this film.
This is one horror/thriller that I may actually watch.
Fuck this. I became that much of a pussy while watching that trailer my dick started fucking my own ass.
Fuck, horror usually leaves me with a limp penis, but this right here... may be really fucking solid. Definitely going to see it Thursday. I can't vvait!
The double v jokes in this thread appeal to me for some reason...
Anyone catch this yet? Missed a chance to see it this afternoon. Would appreciate a Rerolled review...
Not playing in my back water Midwest crap hole. Maybe get to catch it when I'm in Bismarck next week.
Friends asking me to see this tomorrow. I need a Rerolled review!
I saw it. It's hard to review. I personally liked it. It's mostly a family drama with some creepy stuff going on. Its definitely a slow burn of a movie. The crazy lady, Lysa Arryn, from game of thrones turns her crazy up another notch. The daughter from the previews was good. The other kids are sort of annoying. I feel most movie goers will find it boring. If you like slow burn horror, you will probably like it. If you like jump scares and movies closer to the current stock of horror this isn't for you.
I saw it. I think those looking for a scary movie will leave disappointed. It has some creepy moments, but it's more of a slow character study with an ironic twist. It has pretty good atmosphere though, and it is definitely different from anything else out there. I would give it a B. Well, a B+, because after I saw it, I was very grateful that I don't have any children.
Slow burn is definitely the best way to describe it. The movie isn't out to "startle" you. There aren't jump scares or anything. It is the slow, systematic destruction of a family's faith and bond to each other.
If you liked "It Follows", you will probably like this.
I enjoyed it, but I can see how people would be bored, especially if they are looking for standard, big studio 'horror'. The movie is definitely overhyped on "scary" factor, but (spoilers regarding how the ending strikes me)
The mom, dad and main character daughter were all well done. The twins are annoying, but that is probably to their benefit. Visually, it looks very good, same with the audio work (though not as good as the constant, howling gale of Krampus, imo). if you're looking for a story and not just jumpscares, this is a good one.
Intox and Angerz summed it up well. Not your typical horror fare, but I enjoyed it. The end is really the only scary part (and it's more psychological / creepy than in-your-face scary).
Well-made film, not for a casual audience.
Saw it on Friday with my fiance, who is a horror buff, and she liked it. Granted, she's into psychological horror so watching the family tear itself apart was right up her alley. The movie is also a bit of a period piece, yet at the same time has parallels to modern day society when itwhich I thought was interesting.Spoiler:
Saw it tonight. Loved it. The acting was fantastic and the scenery gave the movie a very creepy vibe throughout. It's a great departure from the recent trend of cheap thrills horror flicks. It's slower paced, but if you go in not expecting a scare every five minutes, you'll be pleasantly surprised by how good this movie really is.
Finally caught it this afternoon and is definitely one of the best pure horror movies in the last several decades, zero startle scares with loud noises but insanely great atmosphere with genuinely creepy and unnerving moments near the end. Its on the same level as The Shining in terms of pacing, slow build up with using the idea of making not everything seem right but not relying upon someone with a hammer smashing a cello for scares.
Also felt very Trve Kvlt with the wet forest in the fall.
I really liked this movie. But I think 90% of normal everyday people won't like it. The audience I was with really really hated the thing. It was the perfect storm of shitty behavior for some reason. It was good but jesus christ, I'll never see a movie within the first couple of weeks again.
This movie is good if you like the mundane lives of 17th century colonists. A few interesting scenes interspersed throughout 90 minutes of boring schlock do not make a film.
Yeah, I saw it and some dude with his girl was like I paid 20 bucks for this? People laughed. I enjoyed it. Good acting, eerie and foreboding is how I'd describe the movie.
Finally caught it this afternoon. Best horror movie I've seen in a long while. Seemed like it blended elements of "Young Goodman Brown" and "The Crucible", and the result was awesome. Like others have said, if you dig a slow-burn movie, check it out, the pay-off is worth it.
For me 6/10, but definitely worth the watch.
-Captured the time period
-Acting of the Mother, Father, Oldest Daughter
-The rest of the kids
-Some of the dialogue was force and too 'old-timey'
-Wasn't the most orignal of stories, not a lot happened
-Was not scary, at all
I really enjoyed this. I took a class on the history of New England witchcraft in college and how it was shaped by the economics of the Bay colony. A lot of what I studied showed up in this movie, and I was very impressed.
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