In a remote village, a shocking secret lives on with each and every baby born. It is said that all children are creatures of God…except here. Now for a group of lost tourists, every conception of ‘family’ will soon be sliced to pieces. And for the mysterious young girl named Rosemary, the most depraved hunger of all is about to be fulfilled.
Honestly, I thought this movie went from good to bad. The beginning of the movie started off slower than most movies. They had one jump scene, when the family came across the car. After that scene, I thought it would be a good movie and be scary but I was very wrong.
The movie did, however, had a lot of cool death scenes. I thought they were quite original with that part. So, I’ll give them credit for doing a good job on that.
The main thing I didn’t like about the movie was the blond girl, Jennifer. I thought she should have died at the very beginning because of how her character acts (personality wise). Another thing I didn’t like was her sister smoking cigarettes. You can tell she’s a nonsmoker because of not inhaling the smoke. So, it took me away from her character’s role. As you can tell from that statement, I pick apart movies over anything wrong in the movie.
Also, there were some few scenes that were very hard to believe. For example, at the beginning, the priest gets hit over the head with a fireplace poker and you see the curved sharp end go through his skull. In reality, I would think the guy would have been dead after that but apparently not, according to this movie. It took a hatchet to the face to kill the guy.
There was another scene in the movie that I couldn’t believe but I rather not mention it because of spoilers. Just in case if you want to see it, I don’t want to ruin it for you.
The movie all together was okay and worth the watch. However, if you are looking for something scary, this won’t be worth it. If you like watching movies like Saw for death scenes, it’s worth the view. Other than that, it’s not all too great.
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