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Plot: A man called Paul is working after hours and is murdered by a supernatural entity in the shadow. When his son, the boy Martin, is frightened by the same creature, he sees his mother Sophie talking to an imaginary friend called Diana in the shadow of her room. Martin does not sleep anymore during… Runtime: 81 min Release Date: 22 Jul 2016
I personally think this movie is one of the greatest horror movies ever! Teresa Palmer and Gabriel Bateman's acting is very good, absolutely credible, almost like Rosa Byrne's performance in Insidious, which was flawless. The cinematography was good, dark scenes pretty clear, intense sound effects well achieved.If you go to the cinema with your childhood fears, you will really enjoy this movie. It's full of scares and if you put attention to them, they are the kind of scares that you really fear when you are a kid.I don't understand why people cannot leave their <more>
critics-attitude at home and simply enjoy this movie or any other movie. If they do it, you'll enjoy it a lot.
The Re-birth of Horror Genre!!!!! (by chiragvpatel)
Going into this movie I expected much less than what the typical horror movie Genre is today in this generation. Well I will be damned!!! I had tickets to go see an early screening of this movie and let me tell you from Men to Women everyone was tense in the audience. Lots of people jumping in their seats and screams as well. This movie hit the spot from the acting which was sub-par from the evil entity. I give this movie a 10 out of 10. Most people should really give it a try it is worth the money for sure. The film is only 85 minutes which was a downfall but I will take it versus a 2 hour <more>
horror movie that is boring till no end. If the media is calling Conjuring 2 horror then Lights Out must be in a different horror category because it is def. SCARY!!!!
This movie is great. It immediately engages and then keeps the audience's attention. The story is compact, the acting strong and ending plausible. Perhaps the strongest performance is that of Marie Bello, who plays an emotionally disturbed woman. However, all of the performances are outstanding. The movie succeeds in creating a mood of foreboding as all are engaged in a fight for survival against an unknown malevolent force. The movie avoids the pitfall of becoming just another scary movie with contrivances that inspire laughter. Instead, it succeeds in telling a story and building the <more>
tension to its inevitable climax. That is the hallmark of excellent story telling and why this movie is worth watching.
Best horror I've seen in ages. (by Sleepin_Dragon)
I have to admit I really did enjoy Lights Out, I've been so disappointed with the recent horror flicks I've seen, so having felt a little disillusioned with the genre, Lights Out has given me regained hope. For starters the acting was really good from the entire cast, so many horrors of late have felt like school projects in the acting stakes, but this was excellent, Teresa Palmer was fantastic in the lead role of Rebecca, and very well supported, Alexander DiPersia was very good as boyfriend Bret, but get a hair cut! The scares were constant and instant, no boring introduction or <more>
time for the first scare, it kicked off as it continued through to the end, some of the scenes had the entire audience jumping, it was brilliantly made. What I'd class as the perfect movie to go to the Cinema with friends.Loved it, 9/10
I absolutely loved this movie. I love horror movies but don't get scared often because I have seen so many. Most of them rely on similar formulas of scare and are very predictable. I don't enjoy most horror movies but this was definitely an exception. You can read the movie and predict what parts will scare you but this movie will keep you guessing how you will be scared. This is one of the best scary moves I have seen and is probably the second best horror movie since The Conjuring. James Wan, who directed the Conjuring, is a producer on this film. The film is well directed and is <more>
the type of scare that will make you jump out of your seat. Absolutely worth the watch.
finally a horror movie that actually delivers.this is one taut suspenseful and unnerving horror film.the music is excellent and really heightens the suspense.made on a micro budget,this film proves once again that you don't have to throw wads of money at a movie for it to be successful.the acting is top notch here all around.the characters are interesting and engaging,so you invest yourself in their fates.i was glued to my seat for the duration of the film.i had very little in the way of expectation,as I knew pretty much nothing of the plot.a friend of mine dragged me to see it,and <more>
I'm glad he did.for me,Lights Out is well deserved 9/10
Lights out really is a great modern horror film. It offers great thrills and also offers wonderful acting. Every actor did their job beautifully and the characters they portray are well constructed, they are not just surface level, cardboard cut out characters. The visuals are good, the darkness and the creepy eeriness effect of a lot of scenes work very well. There are some scenes that may even be somewhat hard to watch because of the utter creepiness. Diana and the visuals that make her up are done very well and the horror is real here, it's not cheap or cheesily boring. The opening of <more>
the film is also very effective in its attempt to be truly scary. This movie isn't very gory or overly grotesque either, it has a minimal amount of blood/gore, and some violent images, but not a whole whole lot, which it good and a wise decision by the filmmakers, because if a scary movie is too gory or overly disturbing, then it can be distracting from the plot. You want people focused on the plot of the movie and on what's going on, not on the ridiculous amount of gore. Lights out receives an 8/10 on my scale.
This movie will get your pulse up fast, revealing the "horror" very early on. Interestingly enough, it keeps that pulse up throughout the movie despite of this. The concept of something that can only appear and be seen if it's dark and with a somewhat supernatural ability to destroy light bulbs is bound to lead to a jump scare or ten whenever it appears. Towards the end you've almost gotten so used to it that the scare effect wears off a bit, and is one of two reason I don't rank this a 10. But thanks to a good story and good actors, the movie still holds its ground to <more>
the very end.The characters are really good, well written and performed, and with a young boy that if not before, totally kick started his future acting career with this movie. Who doesn't love a young prodigy? The plot has some weight and emotion to it, and with a solid ending that wraps things up in a much more satisfying way than most similar movies.The other small drawback with this movie for me was mostly because of slightly unrealistic behavior from our main characters, occasionally. Like when miss heels from Jurrasic World is worried that when she releases T-Rex it won't be able to follow her if she runs. So, she waits for it to come close, walks for a bit, then runs. Those kinds of unrealistic behaviors. But I've seen much worse, and this movie doesn't take the "unrealistic" very far, or often, so I suggest you just put this on and roll with it!All in all you get everything you want from a jump scare movie with Lights Out, with a good plot and good actors that deliver, and a scare factor we all can relate to. You might not be so happy with turning of your lights going to bed later that night, so if you have a weak stomach you might wanna sit this one out.
Lights Out takes some queues from Japanese-styled ghost stories, so it will be attractive to that audience. It has a strong chill-factor but a somewhat average formula, and it could have used fewer back-story explanations to make it more mysterious, especially since those elements did not feel original. Based on chill factor alone, it ranks higher than Dark Water, The Forest, Paranormal Activity, The Others, The Babadook, and The Boy, and lower than The Ring, Ju-On / The Grudge, and other Japanese-styled ghost stories, as well as any horror James Wan himself directs. Comparing it to <more>
masterpieces like The Exorcist and Poltergeist has no value. I would say its chills rank somewhat evenly with The Woman in Black and It Follows, without being as original as the latter.The ghost itself is creepy enough, but the overall movie didn't have the creative twists that we enjoyed from movies like The Boy, The Others, The Sixth Sense, and 10 Cloverfield Lane. It also didn't have the storytelling chemistry of James Wan's own Insideous or The Conjuring movies.I am a fairly difficult person to frighten. I have been seeing horror movies at the theater since the 70's, and I am usually only interested in the ones that have a supernatural or fantastical element to them. So I am very critical of them, and the only ones I collect on disc are either fun Tremors , scary the Grudge , or both An American Werewolf in London . I will collect this one.Ghost stories are done to death. It is very difficult to come out with anything scary that is original. I think Lights Out could have used the guided hand of a third-party master horror writer, mostly revising the back-story revelations and using the character relationships to build suspense and mystery surrounding what is going on. Then, perhaps working up to a punch line at the end so that suddenly the back- story rushes in on the audience in one moment, with one simple revelation. It is very difficult to think of how that can be done, but other movies have done it, and the payoff is huge. I think Lights Out tried to do that a little but got confusing in the attempt. But all-in-all it's a nice little scary movie with a smaller production value but a satisfying ghost.