An American nanny is shocked that her new English family's boy is actually a life-sized doll. After she violates a list of strict rules, disturbing events make her believe that the doll is really alive.
Dilan and Milea officially date. But Dilan is threatened to be expelled from school due to involves in gang fights. One day, when he is planning to fight again, Milea asks him to quit the motorcycle gang or their relationship ends.
Iqbaal Dhiafakhri Ramadhan,
It's too my extreme surprise that I'm going to say this. Especially considering it's the sequel to a overly mediocre disappointment. But not only is it the best horror film released this year but also the scariest that I've seen since the original conjuring. The film centers around a family that survives a traumatizing home invasion. They decide to take a trip into the country unfortunately to stay in the guest house by the mansion from the original movie. Almost as soon as they get there the young boy, Jude played by an impressive Christopher Convery who has been mute since the incident discovers Brahms buried in the woods. Upon bringing him home stuff gets weird. Now I don't want to spoil anything by saying to much but this is the movie I wanted the first time around. The movie is smartly directed by William Brent Bell and has stunning cinematography and an atmospheric score. All of those goods are accompanied by some of the strongest work from Katie Holmes in a while. And Owain Yeoman who stars as her husband Sean is just gorgeous. For the first third the film is filled with a lot of jump scares and loud musical ques. But by the middle its build an effective atmosphere of mounting dread. If I had one complaint I would say that the ending is just a touch lackluster. That being said this is a scary movie. It might be because I went in with no expectations but I really liked it. Finally something that frightens me in that good classic horror way.
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