Such a beautiful mess, I'm glad I stuck around to see how it ends.
At first, I didn't think that much of this series, but the more you watched to more interesting it got. Towards the end I actually enjoyed the series. It was interesting to see how the story progressed and how everything was related to each other.
Fuck you and your fucking ending....
No but, I enjoyed the series, nothing quite special but still fun to watch!
What? What was that ending, where is the rest of the movie?... Not that bad tho, but it feels unfinished...
He finally got to lit his cigarette!
For some reason this episode made me feel nervous and scared...
Kinda enjoyed it, liked the whole idea with the house and the rooms and also how it was made/filmed in the house.
This movie was, cute, beautiful and awesome! Good work DC, hope they keep it up!
It was actually quite interesting. I did like the story, and I would wan't to know more, but yeah...
It's a bit creepy that Violet looks so similat to Emily Browning from the movie with Jim Carrey.
This movie was actually quite good.
Question: where did all the people from the town suddenly disappeared. There were a lot of people there before and then puff all gone.... Sure the power went out, but were they not there to celebrate 'Mountain Man Festival', don't think people went just 'Oh dang, the power went out, better go inside and put on some earplugs that cancel out ALL sound'.
And for some reason I'm starting to enjoy these movies... sure they are 'stupid', but that is what makes them fun to watch.
This makes me question everything... the characters, the show... this very life that we live....
Try to think while watching it, that they are "robots" not humans, that they are just programmed to act like humans not to think or remember things, but yet they start remembering things for the first time. It's hard to try and imagine the feelings that they would have at that point, but they are still just only robots....
It's on Netflix now!
Now that I have seen it, I wish that I had a chance to see the original at the movies. But this was fun, little bit scary but not so scary that I thought it would be. Hoped for more, but I would recommend to go to the movies and see it. It will be better than watching it at home.
But one thing I was wondering. Do you remember the lights in one scene that came thru the wooden wall, when they were in the house. They seemed kinda "classic alien lights", but they were only like that in that scene. But still what if Blair Witch died and the Blair Witch is not a witch but actually an alien. That would explain the "time loops" and other things that were happening.
It was good run, but to bad that they ended it. It got interesting at the end and I would have loved to get season 2, but they always cancel the good ones. But still, a good ending for the end.
That freaking dog at the beginning, almost threw my snacks in the air! But otherwise, not that scary and to watch a blind man chase teens in a house for 1 hour, it gets kinda boring after a while. But it's still a good movie!
I enjoined the documentary style, it makes it feel more "real" and I hope they keep the story good and interesting for the rest of the season.
Well, I compleatly enjoyed the movie. I like the music in the movie, it fits in perfectly. The screenplay was nice and acting was good, but the ending for me felt rushed. It feels like they could have made it better, but I still liked it! But I don't know how the book is, so can't say how different the book and the movie is. Maybe I should read the book!
And what is it with movies and trailers lately. In the trailer when Vee goes to the cop car, the police officer know her name and seems to be "part of the game". But it was not like that in the movie. And when i first saw the trailer, that part made the movie seem "better?". But well, I guess the trailers now days lie about the movies ;) cough cough suicide squad
It was creepy and actually not so bad that all are saying, but it's not the best movie either. It was not bad acted and it had kinda interesting story and some funny and creepy moments.
Actually not that bad that I thought it would be, it was kinda interesting.
After watching a lot of horror movies, they don't really scare me so much anymore. Neither did this one.... until after the movie when I got home. I went to take out clothes from washing machine in the middle of a night. And when I turned on the light it flickers a little, and I got cold shiver through my spine. And after I'm done with the clothes I had to walk through dark rooms to get to my room, and it always felt like there is going to be someone behind me or there would be a hand that would touch me.... So it was a good movie, especially if you are afraid of the dark. I can promise you this movie won't make it better. It will creep in to you subconscious when it is dark and you are aline. And the ending was kinda unexpected and "real". So I would recommend thsi move, to anyone who likes horror movies.
Well I enjoyed the first episode really enjoying the characters to come to life and how the connection was between them. But, am I the only one who thinks they are rushing it and leaving out some little important details? Like the little detail that Clary should have killed the demon that was attacking her, not Jace. like in the book. I think that this is kinda fun in the books, because Alec hasn't killed any Demons and then there's that random girl who isn't Shadowhunter jet and he already have killed a demon. And why doesn't Valentine have any hair? I always imagined him with blond hair and a lot younger. And why is there so many people in the church!!! It's like CIA secret base (yes, I know that's what they wanted to do, but still way to many people).
Now it feels like I'm just complaining about the first episode, but I actually enjoined it. I was "angry" at some details, but maybe it's just that when you already know the story and have imagend it in your own way, it's harder to accept some things that are different. But I like that they are older in the series than in the books. For me they always seamed at wrong age in the book and the good thing is that we can see a little bit more action from Jocelyn, as in the books she was mostly just under the potion effect.