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Plot: Max Spencer, a YouTube celebrity psychologist, host of the show ‘Psychology-Inside/Out’, sets himself the challenge of getting an intensely agoraphobic woman to leave her home in just ten days. However, as the minutes, hours and seconds count down, a creepy local legend about the black magic practicing Green Eyes that holds the town in it’s grip, starts to become a horrifying reality… Combining the best elements of the cursed found footage genre with spellbinding pagan visuals, this is something of a dark fairytale for adults. Starring FrightFest favourites, presenter Emily Booth and HELLRAISER’s Nicholas Vince.
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A massively dull and disappointing effort without much going for it
Attempting to film a new documentary piece, a Youtube psychologist and his assistant head out to help a woman conquer her agoraphobia, but when his studies end up arousing the spirit of a local legendary deity that lives in the area must try to work through the issue before it’s too late.
This was a pretty unenjoyable genre effort. Among the more intriguing features here is the overall setup here mixing together the folklore of the area with the initial documentary approach of the main film. After the brief intro that prepares the legend of the town boogeyman and his connection to the village, this early work is done here to establish the setup going forward and how she needs to be treated with his presence. That allows the later scenes showing the effects of her mental condition and how the legend has affected her leading up to the finale where it manages to offer up the kind of chilling reveal that makes for a rather dark reveal however, this is really all that holds this one up with the potential zapped from this one quite easily. There are some big problems with the film. The major drawback is that the film’s central relationship we’re supposed to be following isn’t in the slightest bit interesting or worthwhile. Frankly, he’s not that compelling a person to follow here, being argumentative and pushy while completely disregarding anyone else around him who even dares to say anything contrary to his single-minded mission that causes her to regress more than anything helpful. As well, with that behavior turned toward his girlfriend resulting in an antagonistic relationship which eventually blows up in his face with cheating allegations in addition to the numerous times he shuts her down for anything, it’s really hard to make him to be a sympathetic figure for us to follow. The other factor here is that with the film spending the majority of its running focused solely on getting to the bottom of her issues with agoraphobia, it’s not that interesting or exciting for large portions of time. The three-person focus here detailing plenty of these factors involved in the treatment that isn’t involving or sympathetic, much less scary since so little of this is tense or thrilling. With the random introduction of potentially creepy ideas from the security camera footage done to show her outside to the faked videos and the revelation cut that shows what’s really going on, it all just seems to come off chaotically rather than out of any sort of logical build-up which makes for a rather depressing and detrimental effort for the most part.
Rated Unrated/R: Graphic Language and Violence.
One thing that is a positive here is how annoying the main male character here. Good job on how he acted that he made me want to choke him through the screen. Anyway I stuck to the end coz I want to see him suffer a lil bit but nah film didn’t gave me that. A just right tubi tv find again lol.
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Director Sam Casserly, Airell Anthony Hayles
Writer Airell Anthony Hayles
Actors Emily Booth, Brad Moore, Jon-Paul Gates
Country United Kingdom
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