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Wednesday, 9 May 2012

VIDEO: Sinister Movie Review by ReelScreenReviews

A man inadvertently places himself and his family in harm's way while digging for a good story. Hello to everyone watching and thank you for tuning into, I am film critic Nick Iacobucci and our next movie review is "Sinister". This horror and crime thriller will open in wide release on Friday, October 5th, 2012, this is an early review. It stars Ethan Hawke, Vincent D'Onofrio, James Ransone, and former "Law & Order" District Attorney Fred Dalton Thompson. This film comes to us from director Scott Derrickson, the director of "The Day the Earth Stood Still" with Keanu Reeves, and what I believe to be an overlooked cinematic treasure in "The Exorcism of Emily Rose". He now steps back into the realm of the supernatural and horror, and I can only hope that he can match the bar that he set so high with 'Emily Rose'.

This tale tells of a journalist that is always in search of another big story, so he moves his entire family into a house where entire family was murdered. Don't ask me I would never do it. Now shortly after settling into his new residence our investigative reporter soon discovers 'Found Footage' about what actually happened with the demise of this previous family? It seems that these clues also reveal that this is not an isolated incident, and his own family may now be at risk. Before this tale comes to a close our protagonist will have to figuratively replace his pen with a sword, and will he have the patience of Job to see this paranormal conflict through till the end?


  1. That was interesting though not a good 'write up' on Vincent's part in the film.
    I think I would like to see this as it sounds a good story.