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When frightening events start to occur in their home, young couple Kelly (Ashley Greene) and Ben (Sebastian Stan) discover they are being haunted by a presence that was accidentally conjured during a university parapsychology experiment. The horrifying apparition feeds on their fear and torments them no matter where they try to run. Their last hope is an expert in the supernatural, Patrick (Tom Felton), but even with his help they may already be too late to save themselves from this terrifying force.]]>
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The film jumps again to Ben (Sebastian Stan) who was part of the experiment and Kelly (Ashley Greene, Alice from "Twilight" ) one of the world's worse house sitters. Their house number is "2812" which flashes for a moment. It adds up to 13, although we really don't need a premonition of things to come. Like a good ghost story the odd events in the home build up slow until they reach a boiling point at which time my cat jumps on me.
I enjoyed the build up. I also liked the way they integrated the "found footage" into the film and didn't rely strictly on it. Thank you Todd Lincoln. Ashley Kelly, who was allowed to act in "Twilight" gives us a good performance in this one in spite of Sebastian Stan being unconvincing in his part. As the lead actor in this film, his character was written rather shallow, which was the downfall of the film. I didn't like the repeated narration near the end of the film and the ending needed to be tweaked.
Makes for a decent film for the sleepover, especially if they are sleeping outside in a tent.
Parental Guide: No f-bombs, sex, or nudity. Ashley Greene in bra, panties and a shoulder up shower scene. Minor swearing.
The film jumps to more current times where Ben (Sebastian Green) and his beautiful girlfriend, Kelly (Ashley Greene) are living together in a quiet suburban neighborhood. Things don't stay quiet for long however when a multitude of horrible, supernatural happenings begin taking place inside of the house. After Kelly is nearly killed one night by this apparition, they contact paranormal specialist, Patrick, who was also one of the ones that partook in the Charles Experiment with Ben. After Patrick reveals to Ben and Kelly that the house itself is not the problem, but rather that this apparition studies humans and feeds on their fears no matter where they run; Ben and Kelly come to the realization that no matter where they run or hide, there is no possible escape from this supernatural force
Overall: When I first picked up the Apparition, I was expecting it to be a pretty good film but it was quite the opposite. While the plot of the movie seems slightly different from other horror movies these days, the story-telling behind the plot is very slow, which is bound to turn away the viewer's interest and attention from the movie in a hurry.Read more ›
Directed by Todd Lincoln.
We are shown a millimeter film from 1973 of a seance taking place. With six paranormal psychologists sitting around the table, a drawing of a Charles Reamer is placed on the table. Charles was a former colleague who recently passed away. The table begins to jump wildly. They now call it "The Charles Experiment".
In 2012, College students, Patrick (Tom Felton) along with Greg (Luke Pasqualino) and Lydia (Juliana Guill) are conducting "The Charles Experiment" of their own in the lab. Lydia has made a small 3-D statue of Charles she made in engineering. Patrick believes this experiment is going to work. As they concentrate, something happens. It was a thud from under the table. Then the table moves wildly. Then another thud. They hear creaking in the ventilation ducts. Then a crash. Greg and Lydia are scared. Lydia is breathing heavily. A camera knocks over. More creaking and banging. What is it? You will have to see the movie to find out.
Kelly (Ashley Greene) and Ben (Sebastian Stan) are a couple. They have just moved in to a new house in Palmdale, California. Strange things begins to happen.
Filmed in Palmdale, Santa Clarita and Los Angeles, California.
Costco gets a mention.
Option of Language in English, Spanish. Option of Subtitles in English, French, Spanish.
Bonus Features are on the Blu-Ray version. The Apparition (Blu-ray+DVD+UltraViolet Digital Copy Combo Pack).
I thought it was so neat to have a horror movie set in Palmdale and actually filmed in Palmdale, California.
The bad thing about this movie is the movie preview and the front cover of the DVD totally ruins the ending of the movie for you.
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Stupid story and not that scary. I only watch this because I like some of the cast members. It's a formula any horror fan should be used to. Read morePublished 14 days ago by DavidMann
Starts out all right, but soon loses track of what it's doing or what point it's making. Even good actors can't do much with that script, particularly the long chunks of exposition... Read morePublished 3 months ago by W. Cox
this is a good movie. the acting is good and the story is good. it was kind of scary but not that scary. it was good and entertaining though. Read morePublished 3 months ago by David
Not the best out there but for a paranormal activity spin off it was at least worth 3 bucks. Obviously the acting could of been much better but what do you expect for a Disney... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Horror Junkie
My half star thing applies on this review. If I could give half stars this film would rate lower.
For me the film has some serious potential for scares but unfortunately... Read more
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