Things Heard & Seen (2021)

“You know what they say about temptation. Easiest way to kill it is to just give in.” – Eddie Vayle

Number of Times Seen – 1 (5 May 2021)

Brief Synopsis – A young couple move to a secluded part of the country and things start to change when the wife seems to believe that something is happening to her marriage.

My Take on it – Extremely boring pseudo horror film that fails to work on any level.

None of the character are interesting and it is quite difficult to truly care about anything they say and do along the way.

For a horror film, there aren’t enough moments that keep the audience in suspense and that takes away from the perception of a more haunting atmosphere.

The character are all underdeveloped and that hurts the story far too much because of the way that it plays out.

They try to throw in a few twists and turns along the way, yet more of them fall far short and never are effective enough in making things more tense and intriguing to want to care about what will happen.

The cast is filled with some very talented actors who one expects so much more from.

Amanda Seyfried and James Norton apparently weren’t able to use their talents in order to help make this more entertaining in any way, shape or form.

MovieRob’s Favorite Trivia – Quite a few nods to the Amityville movies in this. The father is named George and the mother Catherine (Katy), the boys use the last name Lutz. (From IMDB)

Rating – Razzie Worthy (3/10)


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