What's the scariest story you know? An elderly woman-seemingly addressing us from the future-looks back on a harrowing night in the 1990s when she and a group of teenage girlfriends gathered for a sleepover to swap spooky tales and dabble in some occult mischief. But what begins as seemingly harmless adolescent fun is only a prelude to a horror that remains tantalizingly unseen and unspoken. Unfolding in a trancelike haze of dreamy dissolves, spectral double exposures, and audacious long takes, this visually sublime fusion of avant-garde aesthetics and classic old-dark-house atmospherics bristles with the hushed, candlelit air of a séance.Written by
I was excited and happy. I had energy and interest.
Then, I turned on this movie.
I can only think of one other movie that has made me want to smash my own head in with a hammer out of boredom.
The producers, director, writer of this film should feel bad about their lives.
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