Happy new year everyone ! By the time you see this post, you’ll be one week into 2021. I must say, this coming year doesn’t have much competition, so I’d certainly hope it goes slightly better than 2020. The one true constant though, will be regular posting to my blog. I’ll consistently provide reviews to entertain you, and intend to do so for the remainder of this year.
Thanks to all for sticking with the blog, and feel free to request reviews or articles, in the comments section below. One final point to mention though, due to COVID, new ciders arn’t appearing as frequently in supermarkets. I fully intend to reintegrate these alcohol reviews, as soon as selections increase again.
In the meantime, enjoy my movie reviews, including this review of Paranormal Activity: The Marked Ones, released in 2014.
The start was very slow. Barely anything happened during the first 15 minutes. After a long while, something did actually happen, although no fear factor or tension could be felt. It seemed if anything like a slow burner. The film had unusual occurrences and minimal blood, but nothing remotely scary or shocking happened.
In the end after 1 hour, I finally through in the towel, which is rare for me. This highlights just how tedious the film became.
Yes, some Horror mechanisms like possession were employed. Yes, the film most closely fitted a Horror, but with a lack of convincing emotions, no fear factor, and very limited effects (budget appearance), it’s clear the film certainly isn’t worth your time.
If you are to watch, I’d suggest you begin from one hour in, as there certainly isn’t anything worthwhile before then. Because of this though, I strongly suspect there would be nothing enjoyable afterwards either.
“Extremely boring, and certainly not scary”.
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