Very very predictable, including the post credit scene !!!
Like the great film, it's made with a great deal of visible affection both in front of and behind the camera.
All of these films share one commonality, that being a kind of emotional center that humanizes a cast of monsters.
Through painfully honest and emotional moments, the movie becomes irresistibly relatable
Ok, it's a horror movie, so nobody's expecting genius here, but I'm not sure why everyone is so down on this movie. It's actually a pretty unique premise (at least I'd never seen anything like it) and it keeps you wondering until the end. The final scene is as suspenseful as it is surprising and there were several events I did not see coming. The ending left me in chills too. I'm not one for slasher movies or crazy jump scares. They really just don't scare me. I also find that movies like that tend to be practically devoid of plot, just a bunch of idiotic teenagers making terrible decisions and being hacked to bits. This one didn't rely on jump scares or gore to scare you, but rather built up and then held out the sense of desperation that these people feel, just trying to stay alive. The truths that the game made them reveal were stupid and often even predictable but the game itself and what it would force them to do surprised me several times and escalated in an appropriate fashion. All in all, it actually wasn't that bad.
It was a relatively entertaining movie, the story line flowed well and didn't had any creepy white dressed ghost standing in front of the door and scaring people out. It keeps people waiting till how someone ends it and the climax scene is one of the most cleverest I've ever seen, worth watching I would say
Not as bad as people are saying it is!
this movie is 100% great
i really enjoyed
Well worth a watch. Refreshing take on the possession genre.