POLTERGEIST 2015 movie review


Terrifying apparitions hold a suburban family’s youngest daughter captive, forcing the family to seek help from a paranormal expert to save the child before she disappears forever.
Initial release: May 21, 2015 (Netherlands)
Director: Gil Kenan
Running time: 1h 33m
Music composed by: Marc Streitenfeld
Producers: Sam Raimi, Robert Tapert, Roy Lee, Nathan Kahane

This year’s POLTERGEIST is a pretty strong, well-directed paranormal thriller whose most serious issue is being depending on a previous traditional, one whose key components have already been duplicated in several other movies.

The 1982 POLTERGEIST, lengthy the topic of discussion over its authorship (Tobe Hooper instructed, though writer/producer Steven Spielberg’s impact is conspicuous), however appears to this day as a design of how to merge major-studio FX-infused slickness with gut-punch scary, and do it all while accomplishing a PG ranking. Its concentrate on children members under paranormal stress has motivated many display shriekers since (including INSIDIOUS, whose own second follow up strikes cinemas in two weeks), making the concept of a immediate restart unnecessary. In addition to that the unique keeps up just excellent to this day, and has missing little of its scene and frighten energy.



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