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Christy Dawson sees dead people. Lately, she's been catching glimpses of the ghost of a boy. He's warning her where certain students in her high school are going to turn up murdered. It becomes obvious that someone close to Christy is taking out her childhood friends. Can she figure out what the specter of the boy is warning her about before she meets her own end?
"Aberration" looks good visually. It's just that nothing out of the ordinary happens in it as far as the story or scare tactics are concerned. Audiences are beyond the thrills provided to them here. "The Conjuring," "The Grudge," and other films like them have ruined the child ghost sub-genre as we know it. Filmmakers have a tough road ahead of them from here on out when it comes to these types movies.
Although the movie isn't rated, I would give it at least a PG-13. There's no nudity, but some sexual content is seen and insinuated. There's bad language, violence, and mild gore as well.
As usual, there are no special features included on this RLJ/Image release of "Aberration." Very rarely do we get any sort of bonus material for movies they distribute. It would be nice to see a "making of" featurette or hear some audio commentary from the cast and crew about their adventures making the film. I also wish subtitles were provided for the company's DVD releases since I use them all the time for my own personal reasons.Read more ›
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This had a great story with mediocre acting with some cheesy lines. I really enjoyed the story bummer the acting was up to par.Published on October 14, 2013 by Denise
I picked up this movie not too long ago. Got a chance to finally watch it. It's pretty solid, through and through. Definitely worth checking out.Published on October 10, 2013 by David McElroy
This is an amazing psychological thriller. It brings together the paranormal, sports, mystery and the normal trials of being a teenager. Read morePublished on October 10, 2013 by T. Hankey