Lights Out (David F. Sandberg, July 22) Movie

Discussion in 'Entertainment Forum' started by bradsonemanband, Mar 31, 2016.

  1. bradsonemanband

    Brad Frequencies Prestigious

    Based on this short film.



    Starring:
    Theresa Palmer, Lotta Losten, Gabriel Bateman, and Alexander DiPersia.
     
  2. Joel

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    Trailer looks okay, still excited
     
  3. Zilla

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    This could have been great, but it has all the usual horror movie stuff - bad characters, bad script, bad acting (outside of Maria Bello) and a horrible ending.

    My audience was all on-board, talking to the screen and cheering, but right when it ended, pretty much everyone was like "Is that it?" Never seen an audience turn so fast on a movie.
     
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  5. jkauf

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    Man, that's quite the bummer to hear.

    Don't let me down, Don't Breathe!
     
  6. airik625

    we've seen the shadow of the axe before Prestigious

    Yeah that's disappointing to hear b
     
  7. bradsonemanband

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    saw this lastnight. it was a lot of fun! gave me the willies a few times. there were obviously some problems here and there, but for what it was, i thought it was great.
     
  8. airik625

    we've seen the shadow of the axe before Prestigious

    I've heard good things and bad things. Did it seem like it was over pretty quick? 80 minutes is a fairly short run-time.
     
  9. ChaseTx

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    80-90 is ideal for most horror movies. It ended when it needed to.

    This was really run of the mill though. I think I liked The Boy more as far as derivative broad release horror this year. But I did enjoy it.
     
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  10. michael_gatto

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    I really liked this, I didn't think it had bad characters at all, better than most horror films these days actually. I also really enjoyed the way the ended it. Sort of bittersweet.
     
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