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Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Wilhelm Scream: the infamous scream that appears in many science fiction movies can be heard in the background at around 49 minutes into the movie while the boy is sitting in the chair watching TV. See more »
When Dane dives into the pool and pulls Lucas out it cuts to a close up of Lucas' face, and his hair is dry. See more »
We just want to know if you built the hole, and what it's about.
Nobody built the hole! The hole has been there since the world's first scream.
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The clown's head re-appears at the end of the closing credits and winks. See more »
This movie can easily be summarized: it is like a movie version of a Goosebumps children's "horror" story. Anyone familiar with the Goosebumps book series will know what I mean. This movie is a "horror" movie for young teens and families with children. I watched it without knowing this, and was in for a surprise.
Now, don't get me wrong, this is still a good movie. But if you are expecting to be scared, you are better off watching something more tailored for an adult audience. I am sure lots of the youngsters will find this movie freakishly scary though. There are scenes that might scare younger audiences out of their pants, but at the same time, the movie is still kept at a level where it can be considered suitable for family entertainment somehow. I know it sounds weird, but if you watch the movie, you will know what I mean.
There were some good parts in the movie, but nothing that made me spooked or disturbed. The clown here reminded me somewhat of a mix of the clown doll from "Poltergeist" mixed with Chucky, and it did work well enough.
The effects were good and believable, without being over the top. The movie is not running on special effects, but whatever effects there were being used were straight to the point.
And also the people in the movie put on good performances, and that helped the movie along a good long way. And I think the young actors and actress help appeal to the younger audience.
This movie is suitable for a good evening of slight scares for families and younger teens. Worth the time actually, if you have nothing better to do.
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