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Re: What Are You Looking At? (Multiplex Edition)
« Reply #15 on: July 22, 2013, 01:10:09 pm »
The Conjuring

As we speak, the Conjuring by James Wan (Insidious, Dead Silence and the original Saw) is one of the top films this week, with lots of great word of mouth. I loves me some scary, especially the kind that is creepy. Iím so over slasher movies now. Anyway, The Conjuring is well done

ButÖ

Iíve seen it all before. There is so much old school scenes here, it just felt like been there, done that through the entire movie. Iíve seen far more creepy films recently with Mama and Women In Black. There were plenty of jump scares, and thatís fun for a moment. But none of it was new to me.

It probably did not help at all that the trailer revealed a lot of the jump scares. I knew 90% of what was coming just by the scene set up. I walked out somewhat disappointed. It could have been so much more. They only touched on pieces that could have made this really memorable.

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