New ‘Sinister’ Movie Delieverd Lots Of Very Weird Thrills,Suspense & More

New ‘Sinister’ Movie Delieverd Lots Of Very Weird Thrills,Suspense & More

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New ‘Sinister’ movie delivered lots of very weird thrills,suspense & more. Summit Entertainment released their new horror/thriller flick “Sinister” into theaters this weekend. I just checked it out,and thought it was just ok,and that was strictly because things picked up towards the end. It moved along quite slow at first,but finally served up some pretty thrilling moments. It stars: Ethan Hawke, Vincent D’Onofrio, James Ransone, Fred Dalton Thompson, Nicholas King, Clare Foley, Victoria Leigh, Juliet Rylance, and Michael Hall D’Addario.

In the new flick, Ellison Oswalt (Ethan Hawke) and his family ,move into a house,where a brutal hanging of a couple of kids took place right in the back yard. Ellison started investigating the mystery hanging for his new mystery book,and to hopefully solve the missing details of the case.

As he got deeper into the details of the case,mysterious, paranormal,type things started happening in the house, upsetting his kids and wife. To make a long,drawn-out,story short,things eventually got so bad that Ellison decided to get the hell out of dodge, immediately.

Unfortunately,leaving the house was not the cure to this problem as it followed him,leading to a crazy conclusion that resulted in a few,brutal deaths,disappearing children,and more. Really,it was just freaking weird.

Again, the movie was finally able to keep my attention at about the halfway mark. However,it started off really slow ,and took a long time to build up to the good stuff. I dozed off a couple of times,because it was so uninteresting at first. Even with suspenseful ending, I found the twist to be so weird that it bordered on “ridiculous” for me. I gave the movie a C- grade. Follow us on Facebook by Clicking Here. Follow us on Twitter by Clicking Here.

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