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Old 02-05-2014, 08:18 PM   #46
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I dunno, I think some of the scenes actually worked well. I thought the scene where one of them was
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drawing on the wall in the daughter's room
really got to me.
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Old 02-11-2014, 07:03 PM   #47
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I enjoyed this flick quite a bit. Better than I expected. Some great genuine scares - even when I know something was about to happen I still jumped a bit when it happened. I'll take this over the The Conjuring, but I did like that too.
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Oh yeah, and I was able to grab a Blu-Ray off half.com Brand New/Sealed with slipcover for $5.98
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It's in between my The Ward and V/H/S reviews.

http://horror.com/forum/showpost.php...postcount=1085

Sinister -

I watched this late at night and from the opening shot I was into it. At first I thought the tree was picking people up. That must have been the alcohol working. But it's a very spooky shot. Anyway, the character they created in this movie is the real deal. But I don't know if I want to see a sequel. Too many chances for a mess up. After the movie I was freaked out, not looking outside windows when I passed them. I'm still kind of shaky about it. I think since I was young the idea of a creature watching, basically in the open, was scary. I think there was an old 80s horror music video by the Ghostbusters guy called "Somebody's Watching You" that started my paranoia with that sort of thing. Like everyone was a creature or zombie. Even the mailman.

I like how every character in Sinister is smart, even the writer who for his story and family's financial safety wants to figure out what's going on. Even though he is endangering his family just by being where he is. The way it plays out and is setup you'll want to figure out what's going on too. Which is interesting as it's like we are with the writer watching the movies as he is. I can't recommend this one enough.
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