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Employed as a night-nurse for the ailing Mr. Cunningham, young carer, Emma, arrives at an isolated house in the English countryside for her first shift, expecting an uneventful evening ahead. After stepping inside the house, and left alone with her silent new patient, Emma is unable to shake a growing sense of dread. As the night draws on, unease blossoms into terror as signs of a supernatural presence grow increasingly harder to ignore. Desperate to escape the premises, yet unwilling to leave the old man behind, Emma is forced to confront the dark secrets which lie buried in the house - secrets that drive her towards an appalling revelation. A disturbingly clever, dark psychological horrorWritten by
Have you ever watched someone play an adventure/exploration game on a PC/Console? Watching them walk around picking up random objects and examining them for possible clues in order to progress? It's very boring as a viewer isn't it?!?
So why would someone think that would make a good film?
I burst out laughing when after pulling out random objects from drawers and table tops for what felt like an hour or more, the protagonist then goes again to a cupboard , music rises with the tension and then ....BLAM.... pulls out an extension plug!
Seriously the jump scares start a bit after this, and they keep using the dementia patient as a jump scare and....and oh my .... It's all so very bad.
its all just..... so bad.
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