I have never been a big fan of the hand held, shaky camera style and this movie is from the originators of that style. Yep, you got it. This is made by the folks who brought us ‘The Blair Witch Project’. They are claiming that they are reinventing the horror genre again. I guess we will see about that.
As far as the plot of this one goes… The titular character, Molly, inherits the house she grew up in after her father passes away. Molly and her new hubby move in to the country home, soon after, she starts to go batty. We don’t know if it is ghosts, spirits or just Molly losing her own faculties. If I had to venture a guess I would go with option three. I would say the twist is she is just crazy. But one never knows.
Posted by The Average Movie Nerd on June 26, 2012
I really like the premise of this movie; the paranormal doesn’t exist unless you believe it does, and then it becomes real. In this story, once you believe in it, you die. Good premise…. But here is my issue. It looks as if they just took a bunch of horror movies and tried to mash them all into one. I see Nightmare on Elm Street, Paranormal Activity, The Blair Witch Project, The Ring, The Grudge, Thir13en Ghosts, Poltergeist, Fallen and Orphan to name a few… I am all for pulling stuff from other movies and even some tongue in cheek nods or references, but some of the shots used in this trailer look as if they were pulled straight out of these other movies.
This might have a few good moments in it, and it might even be a good movie in its own right, but from the looks of the trailer I will defiantly be waiting till this comes on one of the pay cable channels to watch it. Even though it has Draco Malfoy, the talented Tom Felton, in it… and Ashley Greene walking around in her undies
Posted by The Average Movie Nerd on June 12, 2012