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Discussion in 'General' started by Colin, Jan 3, 2018.
I'm sure I'll eventually watch this, but it looks fairly generic going by this first trailer.
This looks atrocious!
I didn't watch the trailer but put it on my list. I heard about that court case and a bit about the story. So put me in the curious camp about the movie.
There's a new trailer out that makes the movie look fairly watchable:
PG-13. Opens August 10th against The Meg, which seems like a mistake given that The Meg will surely attract all the horror audience. I think Sony just wants this out there and over with.
I played the game for about an hour then deleted it from my Xbox. I found it boring and couldn't get involved. Hopefully, the movie is better.
It seems a few years too late...
That trailer is way better than the last. I'm actually wanting to see this now.
Caught a matinee this morning in a completely empty theater (this being the second time in the past week I've had an entire theater to myself, the other being The Darkest Minds). I didn't think it was the total trash fire that Sony's release strategy and that first trailer would lead you to believe. In fact, as far as PG-13 teen horror goes, it was probably above average. Certainly better than The Bye Bye Man and Blumhouse's Truth Or Dare.
I was surprisingly into it for the first half. I really enjoyed how authentically midwestern it was. I'm also a fan of goofy suburban teen horror, and this was extremely suburban / high school. The movie certainly has great atmosphere.
However, it's severely lacking in the horror department. Pretty mild stuff. Once it gets going, it essentially becomes endless scenes of teenage girls investigating strange noises or wandering through crazy Nightmare On Elm Street style dream sequences. The resolution of it all just kind of left me thinking "so what?".
I wouldn't rush out to the theater to see it or anything, but it's perfectly watchable. That second trailer is a pretty fair representation of the movie. I'm glad I went because I love having the entire theater to myself. Best way to watch a movie. Plus, they played the Halloween trailer. As I said, the movie had great atmosphere, which made it a pretty easy watch even though it goes totally off-the-rails as it goes along.
Looking back at trailer #1, there are some major scenes there that weren't in the final movie. Specifically death scenes of characters who pretty much just disappear from the movie. I have to wonder if this was toned down for the PG-13, because they're some pretty notable omissions.
I'll use the spoiler tag, but since they're in the trailer and not in the movie, they're not necessarily spoilers.
The characters of Chloe and Hallie's boyfriend Tom both pretty much disappear from the movie. Last we see of them, they both just look depressed and tired.
In the trailer, there's a scene where Chloe stabs herself in the eye with a scalpel during science class. This never happens in the movie, however the science class scene is there . They're dissecting cow eyes, but Chloe never stabs herself.
Also seen in the trailer is a quick shot of Tom jumping off the school roof, which is not in the movie.
The trailer ends with a bloodied Katie emerging from the woods and being rescued by police officers. At least I think it's supposed to be Katie, I can't tell. In the movie, Katie disappears into the woods on a school field trip and is never seen again.
Everything in trailer #2 was in the movie, from what I recall.
Blu-ray release on October 30th. No word of an unrated cut, or even deleted scenes to address the missing kills that are featured in the trailer.
The only special feature is a “Summoning Slender Man: Meet the Cast” featurette.
This will be a blind buy