Starring: Nicole Munoz, Laurie Holden, Chloe Rose, Eric Osborne
Director: Adam MacDonald
Runtime: 1 hour, 30 minutes
Drama | Horror | Thriller | 2017
The movie Pyewacket doesn't exactly invent the wheel. It's about a teenage girl who's mad at her mother so she calls for a witch to come kill her. And that's basically it. There's moments of terror, that honestly were done pretty well for the screen. To me, the film felt a lot like Oculus when it came to how it makes the audience feel and how the entire thing ends.
The acting isn't necessarily terrible, but it's pretty evident that this isn't a big studio film or one that has a big budget. They have room to grow but not as much as a lot of these other horror films I've seen lately need to.
The run time is good and short, I appreciate that. But with this plot, there's really nothing else they could have added in to make it longer... but I've seen it happen before. It was the perfect length and the story came to a concrete end. I am going to be keeping this review short like the movie. I'm going to say I "Liked It" and give it a 2.5/5. It's worth a watch if you don't have anything else on your watch list.
"If that boy were an apple, he'd be a delicious"
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