After experiencing what they think are a series of “break-ins”, a family sets up security cameras around their home, only to realize that the events unfolding before them are more sinister than they seem. –IMDb
When the only sympathetic character in your entire movie is a German Shepherd, you know you're in trouble. My real issue with this series, particularly part 2, is that - aside from a F bombs here and there - it feels like the kind of 'horror' movie they could easily stock at your local Christian bookstore. The real viscera and subversive nature of the horror genre are totally absent here. What we're left with is a bunch of over-privileged white people being terrorized by things that go bump in the night.
Via his blog Cinemasparagus and two Twitter accounts (@evillights and @mastersofcinema), Craig Keller has been declaring Kentucker
Desde la aparición de La Bruja de Blair allá por el lejano año de 1999, las películas de terror nunca han vuelto a ser lo mismo, decenas de imitaciones posteriores han tratado de recrear lo logrado… read review