New Delhi: Eerie settings, spooky situations and haunted mirrors. The latest horror film this week, 'Oculus' (which literally means, "an eye"), has been directed by Mike Flanagan. The movie originally had its world premiere on September 8, 2013, at the Toronto International Film Festival. Starring Karen Gillan, Brenton Thwaites, Rory Cochrane and Katee Sackhoff, in the lead roles, this film promises to be a major spook-fest.
And that's why Prajakta Hebbar of IBNLive.com is going for the morning show. Catch her tweet reviews to see whether the film is really as scary.
10:53 AM: Stay tuned for the tweet review of #Oculus
The latest horror film this week, 'Oculus', has been directed by Mike Flanagan.
10:55 AM: #Oculus is based on an earlier short film by Mike Flanagan (the director), titled, 'Oculus: Chapter 3 - The Man with the Plan'.
11:06 AM: #Oculus begins with Brenton Thwaites describing a dream to his therapist.
11:13 AM: In a flashback spanning over 11 years ago, Karen Gillan and Brenton Thwaites' characters had come across something...inexplicable. #Oculus
11:16 AM: "You promised me you'd never forget what really happened that night." Karen Gillan in #Oculus
11:21 AM: When the characters in the film start talking to inanimate objects, you know the scary stuff is coming. #Oculus
11:23 AM: Plants shriveling up and dying is a definite sign of supernatural influences, no? #Oculus
11:28 AM: Slooooowly opening doors, creaking floorboards and haunted objects. #Oculus has all the ingredients of an intriguing, spooky drama.
11:35 AM: The brother and the sister who are haunted by their past, are now conducting an experiment to unravel the incident. #Oculus
11:46 AM: #Oculus is sloooowly upping the creepy factor. Dogs biting their own masters, books that arrange themselves and moving band-aids.
11:58 AM: Tim rejects his sister Kaylie's theory that something supernatural was responsible for the incidents that led to their family's ruin #Oculus
12:00 PM: But Kaylie has set up cameras, temperature control and other electronic traps for that "something", in their family's old home. #Oculus
12:13 PM: The scene with Katee Sackhoff in front of the mirror is SCARY. #Oculus
12:22 PM: One of the things we learnt from #Oculus is that don't confuse an apple with a light bulb.
12:33 PM: "Pls have your father call us. The doctor will be there tomorrow." Those harmless sentences were never more creepier #Oculus. #scary
12:47 PM: "Promise me that we kill that thing, for mom and dad." The climax scene in #Oculus is EPIC.
12:49 PM: Thank you for staying with us throughout the tweet review for #Oculus
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