*A Movie Review
When this movie released on November 30th, I just knew it was going to be big. Hopefully a new trend of bodies turning up in morgues won't become a so-called thing, because when you get a mangled body, with devilishly blue eyes, you tend to think something huge and horrific is coming, eh?
This is The Possession of Hannah Grace review.
Back in March of this year I reviewed a movie called The Autopsy of Jane Doe (http://bit.ly/JaneDoeAutopsy). That movie was cryptic movie artistry, with just enough evil and suspense to urge me into purchasing it. I carry no regrets. The Possession of Hannah Grace's movie trailer captured me into ensuring I grabbed a movie ticket for both my momma and myself. We eagerly waited for the movie to snake beneath our skin, like the demon in question and horrify us.
None of this happened.
Instead, we walked away from the theater, credits just beginning to roll, grumbling to ourselves on how we'll never regain our ninety minutes back. The movie is set in a morgue, so you don't look for the anxiety build up immediately. The character, Megan Reed, is doing her best to regain her life after a traumatic event as a Detroit Police Officer. While working in-take bodies, she comes across a body that changes her life forever. Strange occurances take place, leaving her to question her sanity and those closest to her wonder if she's had a relapse. Soon they understand.
The Possession of Hannah Grace was a complete flop to me. I admit, I jumped on one part that wasn't even an event (becasue that's what horror movies do) but the rest was just a view. I wans't compelled. As a matter of fact, I heard many people sighing as we all watched and waited in the dark. How cana movie with such a title be such a let down? One way was in the length of time it took to build up. It was predictable and rather foolish. The best parts took palce with a pale, mangled body on the slab. The spasdic movements, the blue eyes, the inhale... Those brief moments are what made me hope for more. Made me hunger for something similar to the Jane Doe movie. Unfortunately, there wasn't enough.
Personally, I say wait for HBO or Netflix for this one. It's really not worth it, but if you're looking for Big Screen flare, check it out. I'm on to the next movie or book. Cheers!
The Possession of Hannah Grace
Directed by Diederik Van Rooijen
Produced by Broken Road
Starred Shay Mitchell, Grey Damon, Kirby Johnson, Nick Thune and Louis Herthum
Runtime 1h 25m
Released November 2018
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