3.5/10 for this utter BOREFEST. Again, I do not understand this new-age phenomenon of the directors and writers having a very workable plot, yet failing to develop it. Is it incompetence? Is it a lack of creativity? Or is it sadism? Tin & Tina presents a very shallow story without any details and without much outline. It's a concoction of randomness, nothing falls into place. The acting was decent. And I frankly did not understand the last scene - were the writers drunk or just stupid? Perhaps they were pissed at the production company. In the ending - the husband is having a conversation with his wife about a potential divorce, trying to convince her to not leave him, and all of a sudden, the power goes out because of the rain. Now, you'd expect that a normal person would prioritise his finding a solution to a tumultuous moment in his marriage, but this guy decides to casually go and fix the TV instead. He literally leaves in the middle of the conversation as he is giving reasons to his wife to stay with him - TO FIX THE TV. To add to the lack of human intellect, he does it during a storm. That pretty much summarises this movie. In conclusion, would I watch it for the second time? Nope. Would I recommend you to watch it for a first time? No, unless you are a sadist who thinks that time is a mere illusion.
Reviewed by pjkblue-359261 / 10
Wanted to give 1/2 star...
What a piss-poor movie, but like I always say...
the cast and crew got a payday.
Kill the family dog?
No problem. Kids being kids.
Tie Mom to the bed prepped for some injection?
No problem. Kids having creative family time.
Storage box of crucifixes and other religious items?
No problem. Kids need a hobby.
See God by suffocating your sibling?
No problem. Kids were just playing.
This film is a total mess, poorly acted and terribly written.
Husband on fire...crawls to the front door...becomes even more of a walking blaze as he stumbles into the living room and doesn't she say "Keep out!"? Or some such line. So why does he burst into uncontrollable flames?
Oh, yes...how could I forget the "baby baptism".
This is an example of the way Netflix spends a-gazillion dollars for filmmakers to showcase crap.
Reviewed by honeybloggs-696486 / 10
Children of the Corn
It was a nod to Stephen King's Children of the Corn . The acting was great by the two kids and the entire cast were good too .
The director created an eerie atmosphere and suspense.. It was a novel idea in the aspect that religion can be misinterpreted and so can have negative results
However the film displayed that miracles can happen too. What didn't make sense is that when the kids sedated the dog, then cut him up , took his heart out , put it back and then sewed him up again , the parents thought the kids had innocently made a mistake by interpreting the Bible literally . The Bible refers to death a lot so the kids at their age would know that cutting up a dog would kill it, yet in the film the kids didn't know that, which was ridiculous
The ending was totally predictable. However I've seen much worse films in the cinema , Meghan for example . Overall it's a fun horror to see with a bowl of popcorn .