Agoraphobia

2015

Action / Horror / Thriller

13
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 29%
IMDb Rating 3.5 10 492

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Tony Todd as Dr. Murphy
Maria Olsen as Aunt Margie / Ghost
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by magdalenatrajkova 2 / 10

Don't waste your time watching this, learn from my mistakes.

Firstly we have our lovely, cardboard cutout characters whose motivations and ultimate goals are obvious and an undertone in every word they speak. All of the characters can be summed up in one sentence because they are so richly explored and developed. It's like the writers were thinking "Ah aren't we so clever, see what we did there, *nudge nudge*". No, guys. You're not. Tom is an asshole who doesn't want to help his struggling wife. Faye has agoraphobia and an underlying panic disorder. Nina doesn't like Faye and couldn't care less about her. Stephanie has that same description. Old lady actually listens to what Faye has to say. Ghost mom is a ghost and a mom and is protective. Doctor laughs at his patient. A psychiatrist laughs at his patient. Anyone see whats wrong with that? Yes? Thank you cause this movie certainly didn't. A professional would not act that way with a patient? What the hell? Elizabeth has dollar signs in her eyes from the moment she walks in.

The movie feels the need to water down and explain everything a million times, just in case we didn't get it. The mainstream audience couldn't possibly figure these things out on it's own. Oh no, we have to assume anyone watching needs to go trough the explanations a few times, for clarity's sake. I felt like i was being patronized while i was watching this. I felt like i was being made fun of. What is subtlety? What is an implication? What is good writing? How to make a twist work? This film certainly doesn't know.

Reviewed by shawnblackman 3 / 10

Steer Clear

An agoraphobic woman inherits her father's house only to find it haunted. Everyone thinks she's seeing things and that her condition is getting worse but something is there trying to tell her something.

This thing sucked. Tony Todd played the doctor who had very little screen time and Maria Olsen had a brief appearance as well. What made this so awful was Cassandra Scerbo's performance. She wasn't convincing at all and you laugh when she tries to look upset. Even if she did a better job the script would still suck.

There is a cheesy little twist but by that point you don't even care about the movie anymore.

Reviewed by Flow 4 / 10

Tony Todd!

This movie is a complete ripoff from one of the Outer Limits episodes. But the execution is quite alright, so it worked OK in the end.

After so many indie projects, here comes this one, with an old premise, some B class acting, B type actors and some mystery involved. The death scenes are laughable, the story doesn't always make lots of sense and the reaction from the characters are truly amusing. It is clear that the budget did not help this movie, except maybe to get Tony Todd involved.

It's just another horror like so many seen before, regarding the plot, the way it was made, shows that it couldn't pass its own boundaries.

Cheers!

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