After the death of his father, Aaron returns home to help his grief-stricken mother and to confront his past. Going through his dad's belongings, he comes across a mysterious item that is more than it seems.
High school loner Bird Fitcher has no idea what dark secrets are tied to the mysterious Polaroid vintage camera she stumbles upon, but it doesn't take long to discover that those who have their picture taken meet a tragic end.
A shuddering exorcism spins out of control and claims the life of a young girl. Months later, while working the night shift at the hospital morgue, Megan Reed receives a disfigured corpse. Alone and locked in the corridors of the cold basement, she starts to experience hair-raising visions, which lead her to suspect that the dead body delivered that night is possessed by a ruthless evil entity.Written by
Pros: attractive and good leadactress, great color grading movie, nice camera work, nice overall spooky vibe.
Cons: bad sound effects (low budget bubble wrap?), little buildup in storyline and character development, plain stupid scenes where Hannah uses her powers and lifts people in order to kill them, predictable and short.
I love this genre, so I'm always excited when a movie like The Possession of Hannah Grace comes to the cinema. The movie is pretty average and sometimes below average. Not sure what happened with the director's creativity!? Nothing really happens in the movie. When somebody gets killed by Hannah you almost can imagine a guy standing in the corner busy popping his bubble wrap. Very bad sound effects. The acting is okay-ish. They should cast the lead-actress in a bigger movie. She's gorgeous and has potential for sure!
Go in with 0.1 expectation and you walk out with an okay-ish kind of feeling! Which isn't that bad if you look at the Hollywood garbage they produce nowadays.
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