DEVIL IN THE DARK ( 2017 Dan Payne ) Creature Feature Horror Movie Review

DEVIL IN THE DARK ( 2017 Dan Payne ) Creature Feature Horror Movie Review

When estranged brothers Adam and Clint attempt to reconnect over a week-long hunting trip in remote British Columbia, they find the tables turned by a mysterious presence lurking in the forest. Convinced that they are now besieged by a supernatural presence, the siblings begrudgingly agree on only one thing: they will have to put aside their differences and work together if they plan on making it out of these dark woods alive.aka THE PLATEAU

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salatsanxDD says:

I really liked this movie in fact the first recent horrorfilm I've seen that wasn't the same as all the others… especially the way the characters are introduced, and especially the way they were build up. Because most horror films nowadays just ignore that and expect you to connect with the characters without any reason. And they tend to be either winy or all knowing. So I really think that the two brothers seemed real. I also liked the slower pace it had at the beginning and middle and then got faster in the end. I don't know, maybe I'm just strange, but I really liked that movie!
Even though I don't know a lot more about that creature in the woods than before I watched the movie but I personally like that it leaves a lot of place for your own imagination and that way I can really sit down and even after the screen turned black my brains are just trying to work out all the answers that were not given (I'm even thinking about watching the movie again just in case some of the answers were provided but you don't realize it the first time you watch it). Because in most movies alllll the answers are usually just vomited at you during the movie and then kind of summarized in the end by someone (mostly the villain himself who thinks he has to impress his victims with his story before they die *eyes roll*).
With that being said I'd give it a solid 8,5 out of 10 stars, which is way more most horrormovies get from me! (and I am VERY easily scared but I'm just missing to be intrigued in a movie lately)

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