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Torrent details: DVD Rip, Dual Audio, English sub
Genre: Horror, Thriller
Director: James Wan
Starring: Patrick Wilson, Rose Byrne, Ty Simpkins
A family looks to megakadályozzáka demons into the trap of unconscious child in a state called on.
I walked into this movie confident that it would be a stopgap, campy romp and tried the same approach to real business, such as when the hero is investigating the music creepy coming from the basement and flying cats into the frame, but I quickly discovered that this would be a cases and insidious. After watching the movements and obsessing over it for 12 hours now, I can say its one of the scariest movies I've ever seen. In fact, there have been some time in the film where I screamed like a girl of 13 years old, Justin Beiber concert. Remember that I was consciously trying my best to remain calm, especially since I was sitting next to my new boyfriend of 2 months. He, incidentally, did not make a peep, fortunately, I found out later that he had his eyes closed all the time. I also expected to see a little blood 'guts and, especially from the people who made Saw, but there was not a drop. Instead, they used just about everything else in their arsenal to scare the bejesus out of me and everyone else in the theater (my girlfriend included). From the actual opening credits, they created one, stirring intense tension that did not leave my body with different types of whiskey and a half after Xanax. And the movie constantly feeds that tension, making even the characters from mundane family life somehow seems quite frightening. In fact I was tired and leave the theater from around the squirming discomfort I was not able to control. Id say its more calories Ive ever burned while watching a movie (well, at least a PG-13 movie). Overall, the movie was great. E 'was crazy scary, thoroughly entertaining and surprisingly funny at times. That said, it would be a bit 'of time before we see another horror film, I have no desire to be transformed into a load of vascular exhausted again soon. So if you are going to see this movie, please consider this a reminder alert: it's probably best to go with someone who is ready to see you full of physical and mental fatigue, to avoid embarrassing homecoming. And maybe bring a Xanax as well.