The Apparition (Blu-ray+DVD Combo Pack)
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Apparition, The (Blu-ray)
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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Intelligent and fun, suspenseful and eerie right up to the end. no ridiculous air heads running about screaming to break the sound barrier, no dreary boyfriend, girlfriend subplots.
these folks are in deep poo, not only with the malevolent spirits but mom and dad ain't gonna be too happy about their investment property being turned into another poltergeist sequel while their daughter was supposed to be looking after it.
Unfortunately, missy has her hands full and boyfriend conveniently neglected to tell her that the spook machine unleashed spirits with anti-social tendencies and have attached themselves to him.
so essentially he's like a supernatural Typhoid Mary spreading spiritual malevolence wherever he goes.
I will watch this again.
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where's Zelda Rubinstein when you need her.
Of Sound , Wich I am fortunate to have .
Scared the water out of me . Even after I turned the surround Sound off .
Know how you can just tell when writers and directors and actors are intelligent people who combine a knowledge of their craft with keen cinematic instinct? Know how you can just tell when they're not? Well, there ya go; we have an instance of the latter here, which explains how such an intriguing concept could go so terribly awry.
Where to start? The thin script is uninspired and lacking in background info, strong dialogue, and believable motivation. The direction . . . hell, I'm not even convinced there was a director on-set. The female lead is nothing more than a blinged-out Barbie doll with about as much acting ability. There's no atmosphere to cultivate viewer apprehension, and no effects to provide the payoff. In short, nothing about The Apparition is scary, aside from its appalling lack of skill on every level.