UNSPOKEN DVD REVIEW09:31:00
Only a few days ago I was talking to my auntie about my love of horror films. I love the tense feeling they bring and that idea that you just have to watch until the end to find out what is going to happen.
That feeling however didn't happen in Unspoken. A film about a family who disappear in the 90s and the people who move in and witness the horrors that have been left.
What starts off as a really clever horror film turns into a been there seen this before film. The characters have a very familiar feel to them and I don't think it comes from the acting. They are just based or seem very much like characters you have witnessed on screen before.
The film tries too hard. Throughout there is this sense that it may get better but it just uses the murder and disappearance scenes to add to much suspense. And not good suspense. Just built up suspense that goes nowhere when it really could do so.
There are also many moments that make no sense. Added editions that again are not really needed or add nothing to the storyline. Something this is done throughout.
This has made me give the film...
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