Incidious

January 11, 2013 by  
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This movie is basically about a family that flees the home that they are living in because it’s haunted. However, after having not even unpacked their things in their new home, the haunting continues.  They learn that it’s not the house that’s haunted but their eldest son.

This was a good movie, directed by James Wan, starring Patrick Wilson and Rose Byrne. I wouldn’t say that it’s a very scary movie but it’s definitely creep. This did remind me of some old horror movies. Parts in particular were almost a modern day take on the movie Poltergeist. Typically, ghost movies scare the crap out of me. This didn’t really leave me checking my closet before bed and I sit through it without looking over my shoulder every 5 minutes. But I dug it. I thought it was fun.  I was not disappointed by this one.

Anytime there is a Kid in a horror movie about spirits or demons or anything paranormal, I typically go in assuming that it’s going to be a good creeper. Though, this movie had a couple kids in it and one of them was the main focus per-say, there were not a lot of creepy kid moments like the kid standing over the parents bed with a knife or singing/humming bazaar oddities. Or my personal favorite, the redrum business that the kid gave his mom in The Shinning. This flick was missing that aspect and it would have been nice to get creeped out by I didn’t really notice it absence as I was watching the DVD.

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January 7, 2013 by  
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Who Killed Who is all about old horror movies, new horror movies, very scary movies, super scary movies & thrillers. That is why we dedicated this blog about old horror movies as well as new ones, horror movie reviews and news. We try to critique horror movies as a non-critic. We try not to nit-pick the movies apart. We just give our basic opinion as horror movie lovers. if we think it Rocked, Sucked or was not bad etc. old horror movies, very scary movies, super scary movies, horrors etc…We give the spill on spook.

 

 

 

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