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Lights Out (2016)

Posted: February 18, 2017 in Uncategorized


The movie is a kind of supernatural horror by director David Sandberg as his main directorial debut. The film was produced by James Wan, Lawrence Grey, and Eric Heisserer with writer Heisserer. The movie is from the Sandberg’s 2013 small film of similar title. The movie was a success and because of this, there is a sequel in development.

The Cast Lists:

Emily Alyn Lind played as Young Sophie

Billy Burke played as Paul, Rebecca’s stepfather

Ava Cantrell played as the Young Diana

Alexander DiPersia played as Bret, Rebecca’s bf

Amiah Miller played as the Young Rebecca

Lotta Losten played as Esther, the assistant of Paul

Andi Osho played as Emma

Alicia Vela-Bailey played as Diana, the malevolent spirit

Teresa Palmer played as Rebecca

Gabriel Bateman played as Martin, Rebecca’s brother

Maria Bello played as Rebecca, Sophie, and as Martin’s mother

The Story Line:


In one warehouse of textiles, the worker Esther noticed a shadow of a figure when the lights were turned off, but there was nobody there when the lights are on. She warned the owner Paul regarding the apparition, whom he disregards, and then leave. Paul is tracked and killed gruesomely by the figure.

Rebecca, Paul’s stepdaughter, was away from her brother Martin and mother Sophie. Sophie has a recorded depression and mental illness that has come back when talking to unseen friend. One evening, Martin spotted Sophie speaking in a figure and was afraid, gaining insomnia. Martin was taken by Rebecca to her place to protect him towards their mother’s wishes. That evening, she awakened to locate the figure, hardly avoiding its assault just as the house neon sign is turned on.


The following morning, Rebecca discovered Diana doodle on the floor. She remembered Diana from her childhood, the cause she was left when her father abandoned them. Then, she breaks in and saw files about Diana and Sophie, and that she was murdered when exposed to a light for a research. That evening, Sophie has a film night with Martin, but with the figure, frightened him. She told him the story about the Diana, her buddy when she was in unusual condition in an institution that made her skin tone photosensitive. Martin saw Diana crouched above and then lights on, evading Rebecca before Diana will attack him. Rebecca faced Sophie is regarding Diana but she did not admit the accusations. Bret, her boyfriend, Rebecca, and Martin settle for sleeping over to protect her. Rebecca goes to Sophie’s bedroom to reconcile; and Sophie secretly lapses, her a note that says “I need help” just before Diana tugs her inside. Rebecca then understands that she is in big trouble.

The Writers’ View:

This film will make your pulse up that fast, informing you that it is a horror film. Sufficiently interestingly, it maintains that pulse up all through the film in spite of revealing so much in the beginning. The thought of something that may only emerge when it is dark is bound to make you ready for a jump scare whenever it appears. The characters in this film were all good and delivered their acting good, it was well performed and written, and the plot has some emotion and weight on it, plus the solid finale that works really great. There are still some flaws, but, all in all you give everything you wanted from a jump scare film. After watching, you might not want to turn your lights off before going to bed, so be sure to sleep with someone else beside you!

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Hush (2016)

Posted: February 7, 2017 in Uncategorized


The film is a kind of horror thriller movie of director, editor, and writer Mike Flanagan with co-writer, Kate Siegel. Trevor Macy is the movie producer through the Intrepid Pictures, and Jason Blum is through the Blumhouse Productions banner. Critical reception for the movie was very positive, and the movie holds a 100% Rotten Tomatoes rating.

The Cast Lists:

John Gallagher Jr. played as Man

Emilia Graves played as Max

Kate Siegel played as Maddie

Samantha Sloyan played as Sarah

Michael Trucco played as John


The Story Line:

Maddie or Madison Young is a mute and a young deaf writer who lost her earshot after a period of having bacterial meningitis during age 13, and she stays in an isolated home in the woods. One day, her neighbor and friend Sarah visited her to give back the duplicate of her book, and that evening, was chased back to Madison’s house by a veiled Man. Sarah knocks on the door for an assistance, but Maddie cannot hear her, and that man wounds her to death.

The man rapidly understands that Maddie was unable to hear and settles to make her the other victim. He slips into the house, get her phone, and started taking pictures of her and transferring them all to her personal laptop to make her be aware of his being there. As Maddie understands that she was being stalked, she locked herself in the house. The guy cut off the power and damaged her car. Madison wrote by a lipstick that she will not tell anyone that the boyfriend comes home and didn’t see his face, on the paneled glass front door. The guy responded by taking removing his mask and telling that you saw me now! He then mocked her by propping-up Sarah’s body up towards the bedroom window. Madison attempted to divert him with the alarm from the car so she takes the phone Sarah’s body, but failed to do it.


She then tried several failed efforts to escape, finally climbing on the roof. The guy shoots off a crossbow lock in her leg, but she handles to knock him out the roof and took his crossbow. She swayed back in the house and attempts to fill the crossbow since John, Sarah’s boyfriend arrives, and looking for her. The guy meets John, imagining that he is a police official, but John understands the truck and tried to attack the guy with a rock from his behind. Before he can do it, Maddie shots her door to take his attention, distracting and enabling the guy to be stabbed in the neck.

The Writers’ View

The killer is a creepy, vulgar, sadistic, mysterious, smart and just a sheer douche that viewers are just waiting for him to crash dead at any moment. So him, and the other characters are evenly matched and making it hard to foresee what the outcome will be for each scene. Although, we are not really aware of his motives in trying to murder the ladies, but that is what makes the mysteriousness behind it that makes him unpredictable and all more intimidating, and will make you wait for what will come next.

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