Should I watch?
No overall. It was okay towards the end, but not on my watchlist.
The Deep House is a 2021 (Drama/Horror/Mystery) movie, according to IMDb.
Graphics and special effects were lacking, with the appearance of a house within an aquarium impression, rather than the lake. Lacking authenticity therefore…
Sound volume was adjusted well, particularly towards the end, but viewer sense of fear was tainted by a lack of Horror sightings. Whilst there were macabre scenes, there wasn’t a clear depiction of the source of evil throughout the most-part. Evil when shown, was not overly scary, and was simply people. The environment was rather unchanged, which made things progress more slowly.
Gore featured very occasionally, however there was a distinct lack of action. Violence and trauma only featured at the end, along with the power of water.
“Horror themes, but inadequate shocks and setting changes”.
Should I watch?
Overall No. Okay towards the end, but not on my watchlist
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I couldn’t finish this movie for the reasons you described, although the premise was intriguing.
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Indeed it wasn’t the best at retaining interest !
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