Now I’m setting myself up for “Oh, stop being a little bitch. It wasn’t that scary” or “This movie sucked” but this was definitely the scariest movie I ever saw in a movie theater. To put this in perspective, prior to this, the payoff in the remake of The Ring was the scariest five minutes I had ever seen in a theater and The Blair Witch Project had the most lasting effects from a scary movie.
I don’t want to say too much but this movie definitely plays up on our natural fears of bumps in the night.
It wasn’t perfect. I hated everything having to do with the Quija board, sometimes the decisions Micah made defied logic and it drove me nuts that at NO POINT they didn’t take a stab at closing and locking the door just to see what would happen.
But I can’t front, when I got home after the movie, I turned all the lights on in my apartment until my roommate came home.
Yes, I’m a punk.