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Hell of a Night (2019)

After moving to a new town, a young college student retreats to the country for a weekend of solace when she quickly finds out that she is not alone and needs to fight for her life.

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Rachael Hevrin Rachael Hevrin ... Blake
Grace Powell ... Shaine
Ella Taylor Ella Taylor ... Chloe
Kristin McKenzie Rice ... Eleanor Hughes / Blood Splattered Ghost
Jordyne Visser ... Danielle
Deborah Kay Hooker ... Carolann
Kaylee King ... Gabbie
Tori Carew ... Heidi
Alyssa Copley Alyssa Copley ... Samantha
Robert Hooker Robert Hooker ... Raymond
Alexandra Mauro ... Suicide Ghost
Jack Emmell Jack Emmell ... Tommy
Joshua Briscoe Joshua Briscoe ... Guy On Yacht #1
Tommy Gunz Tommy Gunz ... Guy On Yacht #2
Peyton Gant Peyton Gant ... Dancing Girl On Yacht
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After moving to a new town, a young college student retreats to the country for a weekend of solace when she quickly finds out that she is not alone and needs to fight for her life.

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If She Knows You're Here... It's Already Too Late

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Horror | Thriller

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USA

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English

Release Date:

22 January 2019 (USA) See more »

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Beaumont, Texas, USA See more »

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believe it or not its a darn good flick
20 April 2019 | by ops-52535See all my reviews

Mostly due to an emersive, always being there,stopping at the right moments,and the kind that creeps you and sooths you at the same time, kind of score.

it is a horror movie, on behalf of the so ever famous and nervewrecking ouija board game flick, with some smashingly beautiful actresses,that lures themselves into their mothers closet to make or break a spell or a ghost in the letters on the woodwork, that at times are really doing a brilliant job on the screen, there are some stiff movements ,maybe from angst of the eerie settings, so please forgivethem that. the way of killings are not as brutal as the main stream hobo horror flick, and that make it even more watchable.

the dialouges are sparse and not much of the informative kind, but as long as the camera,and its clever motions and angled use of it tells the rest in a brilliant way its more than enough. i will also accentuate the fantastic variations and the fright factor made by the use of light. the ever changing colours of background lighting, various kinds of blinking,and use of light and shadow in the dark are some of the most excellent ive seen for many years.

why am i awarding it with a 9??. somewhere and somehow the coherence of parts of the story strand or fades away,till it suddenly comes back in the end ,announcing indirectly a sequel to come. there are also some issues on the soundwork, the sound are actually like speaking inside a tin box. maybe its the premiere view that entangles my memory,so a second watch would help...?

the story are quite on average though and how its plotted could also be questioned, but the playtime and nonstop action pace are perfect. the grumpy old man may smell a cult classic in the aftermath of a hell of a night, and im sure itll hit the bullseye among the younger part of the sosial media sosciety of the world. recommended it is .


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