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The reactions to this movie are so strange. First, your opinion of the movie should not be based on its commercials. I'm guessing they didn't want to give the movie away so they showed alternate scenes or something. Regardless, it is an excellent scary movie.
I think the most important thing to remember is that you need to watch this by yourself, at home, in the dark. If you have no attention span and only get freaked out by dumbed-down "gotchas" then you will probably be disappointed. Like the first two, it reminded me of being afraid of the dark when I was little. Has anyone else laid in bed at night, staring at the dark and looking for any movement? If so, then you should watch this.
But if you have a loud mouth next to you who keeps talking and making comments, then the suspense will not be allowed to build. It's those silent moments when nothing is happening that make this movie truly scary.
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