Ignoring the eerie warning of a troubled mother suspected of child endangerment, a social worker and her own small kids are soon drawn into a frightening supernatural realm.
First thing that bothers me is that in Australia they named this the curse of the weeping woman. Not the curse of La Llorona which is so much better. But that's one of the only negatives I had about this movie. I enjoyed the storyline. The acting wasn't bad and I personally thought La Llorona was terrifying with her look and her scream. James Wan nailed this one again. Very underrated here and not advertised alot. Which is a shame as it was a brilliant film.
This horror film was written and mainly made by women! Look at this team 🤩
Produced by: CC Lewis (Lionette), Amos Efrat (Proxy Films) and Maya Renee Castro (Mayo Productions)
Written & Directed by: Maya Renee Castro
Director of Photography: Karleah Del Moral
Assistant Camera: Angelica Jacinto and Marley Jean Fernandes
Gaffer: Isabel Dever
Key Grip: Jacqueline Tierney
Sound: Kathleen Massey and Marley Jean Fernandes
Art Director: Kayla Clifford
Art Assistant: Gareth Tidball
Special FX: Michelle Griffin
Assistant Director: Bonnie Christilaw and CC Lewis
Production Assistants: Madison Himes and Ashley Lesendric
👿👿👿 out of 👿👿👿👿👿 This film doesn’t make a damn bit of sense, but that doesn’t necessarily make it a bad film. Au contraire.
Directed by Lamberto Bavo and written by Dario Argento.
Demons 2 is chock-full-a some of the most fun and life-affirming horror nonsense ever put to celluloid. Among many of the brilliant pieces of horror goof-ball-ery in this 1986 joint: an ice-ax wielding protagonist in a high-rise apartment, a little boy who turns in to a demon and then births a demon that resembles Seymour from Little Shop of Horrors, demons with intermittently glowing eyes, a baby demon getting decapitated by an umbrella, a low-rent Louis Gossett, Jr. weightlifting coach, a killer 1980s soundtrack (the Smiths, the Cult, Art of Noise, Love and Rockets, and Peter Murphy) and, and, and…a movie within a movie!
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So I like Prey at Night more than the original film, I think both are pretty good but not perfect. Their definitely tonally different, which is a bit of a positive and a negative. I liked the original creepy and disturbing tone, but I think the faster pace helps with keeping interest. The Strangers feel more supernatural in this film, which I don’t really like too much. I liked how real they felt in the OG, it made them a lot scarier. The acting in this film was great, like the actors in the first. I think the actors in this are better, except maybe the dad but still it’s good acting. The characters in this film are WAY more likable, I barely cared for the couple in the og. Kinsey and Luke are great, I liked them a lot. I love the Strangers (the characters), I think their cool and scary and I’m glad we have/had some great modern horror slashers. Some of the shots in this film are distracting, the zooms in particular. Sometimes it works but sometimes it REALLY takes you out of the film. A little bummed that they all died at the end, but whatever it’s still a fun scary flick. I’m gonna give this film a 7/10, yeah I know I said I like this movie better but I think they’re the same rating tbh lol.
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I’m back from my mini vacay! 👌🏻
I’m going to call this the “I like this movie, but you probably dislike it” stack. 😉
The beauty of being individual is not liking everything and that goes for movies of any genre.
It’s wonderful to like the same things, but that won’t happen all the time. ☺️
Remember: you don’t need to bash someone for their opinion either.💚
⭐️What are some of your favorites that people don’t seem to care for?
The Sentinel (1977)
Modern horror has taken more than a few notes on how to portray demons, witches, ghosts and ghouls from this classic film; the Insidious films and Hereditary most recently.
Check out this creepfest if you've never seen it! Highly recommended! 💀
When a beautiful model, Alison Parker (Cristina Raines, Nashville, The Duellists), rents an apartment in a gloomy New York brownstone, little does she realize that an unspeakable horror awaits her behind its doors...a mysterious gateway to hell. Alison likes her eccentric new neighbors, so it comes as a shock when she's told that, except for a strange old priest, she's the only tenant.
"Wan has said that he’d like to see a third Conjuring film push the Warrens into the 1980s and possibly tackle lycanthropy as a theme (and that it would likely not be another “haunted house” film), which would certainly make for a different sequel and also help further expand the series’ world in a big way" (Daniel Kurland)