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"The Turning" Title is for the state of my stomach for 94 minutes and my head for 2 hours afterward
I loved the book "The Turn of the Screw" by Henry James. I was expecting this film to be cliched, to be weak in horror and heavy in jumpscares- but I did not expect it to be as bad as it turned out being. It moves too slow, is riddled with too many jumpscares, and tries to be smart by adding a twist at the ending and twisting that twist with another twist twice. Utterly disappointing. Mackenzie Davis deserves much better for her career.
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