I'll start by saying I'm a big fan of the horror genre, and tend to like Way more movies that I dislike.
The set up for this movie is plausible and very interesting. The execution was horrible.
The acting by the main character is good. The portrayal of someone with OCD was very stereotypical. To the point of being offensive to anyone that has ever known anyone with the disorder . And predictably, the person is basically cured at the end of the movie which doesn't happen in real life.
The psychiatrist/psychologist in the movie is way too young to have that much education. She is supposed to be educated presumably, but consistently uses improper grammar. A trained psychiatrist would know the difference between well and good. The dialogue is horrible. It sounds like she's still in gradeschool.
The main character was semi well done.
Although the characters maybe good actors, you wouldn't know what because they aren't even trying in this movie.
The special effects were few and far between, and not very good.
I took away two stars because they broke a very basic horror movie rule. You don't hurt dogs. And you don't hurt children. They almost killed a dog, and a child was killed. 0/2.
The more I think about it, the more upset I am that I paid money to watch this on voodoo.
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