I was not around in here yesterday since I am eagerly to watch movies. It’s been a long time, the last time watching which I am too busy in my online stuff and so many things. Regarding to that, it makes me relax and the feeling of not thinking my problems anymore, just to sit-in and makes the ride begins.
Here are movies I watched:
The Boy (previously known as The Inhabitant) is a 2016 psychological horror film directed by William Brent Bell and written by Stacey Menear. The film stars Lauren Cohan and Rupert Evans. Filming began on March 10, 2015, in Victoria, British Columbia. The film was released by STX Entertainment on January 22, 2016.
Greta, a young woman from Montana, escapes an abusive relationship by getting a temporary job as a nanny for the British Heelshire family. Upon arrival to the United Kingdom and the Heelshire residence, Greta introduces herself to Mr. and Mrs. Heelshire before meeting the elderly couple’s young son, Brahms.
To Greta’s surprise and amusement, Brahms is a porcelain doll, treated like a living child by his “parents.” The real Brahms perished in a fire back in 1991, at the age of eight. Mrs. Heelshire, referring to the porcelain doll, states that Brahms has met “many nannies,” all of whom were “rejected.” Before the Heelshires leave on holiday, they give Greta a list of rules to follow, warning her that Brahms is not a normal child.
Initially, Greta follows a relatively normal routine, choosing to ignore the rules set in place for Brahms. She regularly calls her sister, Sandy, and befriends the Heelshires’ flirtatious grocery boy, Malcolm. Soon after Greta’s refusal to follow Brahms’ rules, strange things begin to happen—a child’s sobs are heard in the hallways, phone calls are cut off and Brahms seems to move on his own, vanishing before reappearing in other sections of the house. After Greta is locked in the attic by an unseen force and served a peanut-butter-and-jelly sandwich outside her door, she begins to believe that Brahms’ spirit lives on in the doll. Meanwhile, the Heelshires are seen on a coastline writing a good-bye letter to Brahms and filling their pockets with rocks before committing suicide by drowning.
After Greta demonstrates Brahms’ ability to move by himself, Malcolm begins to frequent the house. He informs Greta that the real Brahms was friends with a young girl about his age, who disappeared after a playdate with him in the forest. The girl’s body was later found with her skull crushed. Malcolm warns Greta not to stay in the house, but Greta, having previously suffered a miscarriage, feels obligated to care for Brahms and begins to follow his rules. Later in the attic, she finds photos of Brahms with his childhood friend Emily.
One evening, Greta discovers her ex-boyfriend Cole playing snooker in the Heelshires’ home. Cole, having tracked Greta, is determined to bring her home, which she refuses to do, making him angry. He becomes even more angered by the appearance of a message written in blood, presuming that Greta wrote it to scare him away. After a brief argument with Greta and Malcolm, Cole loses his temper and smashes the porcelain Brahms, the house begins to shake. An adult human Brahms crawls through a shattered mirror, wearing a mask identical to the doll’s face.
Brahms immediately attacks the group, stabbing Cole to death with the shards of the broken porcelain and chasing Greta and Malcolm throughout the house. They eventually escape to the attic where she discovers a room with a mannequin wearing her dress and jewelry. Greta realizes that Brahms has been alive all along, moving the porcelain doll through the house, stealing her possessions, and watching her every move. The Heelshires, presumably held hostage by their son, offered Greta (and the nannies before her) as a form of sacrifice to Brahms for “his keeping”. Initially, Greta flees the house at Malcolm’s urging, but feels guilty for abandoning him and returns.
Greta uses Brahms’ own rules against him when he finds her, demanding that he goes to sleep. After Brahms enters his bed, he tries to pull Greta in for his “good night kiss”. As she leans in, Greta stabs him in the stomach with a screwdriver, but this does not kill him. Brahms retaliates by throwing her against a wall then strangling her, Greta then reaches down to the screwdriver (still stuck in his stomach) and twists it in deep causing him to drop her and presumably die. She then escapes, rescuing Malcolm and leaving the Heelshire estate gate open behind her.
The film cuts to a scene of the open gate and then to a hand putting the porcelain doll back together, implying that Brahms is still alive. The film ends with a final glimpse of the repaired doll’s eyes.
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“The Girl in the Phothographs”
The Girl in the Photographs is a 2015 American horror film directed by Nick Simon and executive produced by Wes Craven. The film stars Kal Penn, Claudia Lee, Kenny Wormald, Miranda Rae Mayo, Luke Baines, Katharine Isabelle, and Mitch Pileggi. Filming began in April 2015 in Victoria, British Columbia. It was an official selection at Toronto International Film Festival 2015 in the Midnight Madness category. The film was released on April 1, 2016 in a limited release and through video on demand, by Vertical Entertainment.
The Girl in the Photographs is the last film Wes Craven produced before his death on August 30, 2015.
A bored young woman in a sleepy community called Spearfish starts receiving photographs of brutally murdered young women. Are they real or staged?
Two young women, Britney (Christy Carlson Romano) and Janet (Katharine Isabelle), exit a movie theater and head in opposite directions. Janet heads to her car in a dark parking lot where one other truck, a blood red bronco, sits. As she drives off the bronco begins following her. As she enters her home there’s a man waiting. He is wearing a mask, no shirt and he attacks her. After tying her up he meets with the second man along with her vehicle. All the while, they’re taking pictures of her.
Next, a man sits at a computer printing out a picture. Colleen is a young woman working at the local grocery store. Arriving early in the morning for work she sees a photograph stapled to the bulletin board at the front of the store. It contains a young bloodied woman, Janet, laying dead on a bed.
Later that day Colleen goes to the Sherrifs Station in Spearfish and shows them the photograph. Not believing a crime took place, they tell her to sign a statement and be on her way. She does inform them that this picture is labeled number 7 at the bottom.
In L.A., Peter Hamil, a prior Spearfish resident and photographer is reading an online blog about the same photographs. Assuming that the person taking the photographs is trying to create the “Dead Model” look, he decides to travel to Spearfish. Along with Chris, his assistant, Rose, his girlfriend, and two other models, they head to Spearfish.
When they arrive they meet Colleen at the local grocery store, where she works, and invite her to the house they’re renting for a party. Prior to her arrival she contacts her friend Jill, to meet her at the party. Unbeknownst to her, Jill was kidnapped by the two men who kidnapped the previous girl. In a cage, a man offers her a can of cat food. Angry, she refuses to the food and he goads her into trying to take her cell phone. When she reaches for it, the second man uses a belt to choke her. The first man then uses Jills phone to text Colleen, as Jill, that she will meet her at the party.
While getting ready for the party, Colleens boyfriend, Ben, says he wants to see her in which she refuses. After arriving to the party, Peter begins taking her photograph until she pushes him away and goes to her car. When she gets to her car she sees another photograph. The picture is of Jill, mutilated and one eyeball removed. The police arrive and say there isn’t anything they can do.
When arriving home, Ben is waiting and they get into an argument. When he leaves, he gets ambushed by the men and is taken. One of the men enters Colleens apartment, unbeknownst to her, and leaves Bens wallet behind. Later, at work, Collee. Meets one of the men, Tom. After making short conversation, shes approached by Chris and Peter. Peter offers to take her to L.A. and make her a model, the star of his new ad campaign to which she agrees.
After heading home, she packs a few belongings and texts Ben that shes leaving town. When Tom checks Ben’s phone. He sees the message and tells him, his body will fit into two bags. At the house, Peter and Rose head to the hot tub where they’re attacked. Peter is stabbed in the back and Rose is strangled with a towel. Next, the two models are blinded by the flash of a camera and stabbed to death.
In the bedroom, Colleen and Chris are talking and she decides to go to bed. Chris heads downstairs and sees the front door open. After approaching the door, he sees Rose lying on the ground covered by a towel and dead. He runs back inside calling for Chris and tries to call 911 when the power goes out. Using the flash lens from the camera as a light, he walks around the house. Behind him a man approaches and stabs him in the head. Upstairs, Colleen tries to leave the room, but Tom is holding the door shut. She decides to hide when the power comes back on. After heading downstairs she sees the bodies and the two men arranging them by the couch. Tom turns and takes her picture he also tells her that he wants her to tie her hair up for second picture. After trying to escape, she is stopped by the second man.
In the end, we see a woman heading to work. As shes about to open the store, a photograph is on the front door. Chris, Peter, Rose, the two models are all posed and Colleen is sitting in the middle with her hair tied up.
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