It Follows, horror movie
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  • The opening scene depicts a young female in the very typical distress/vulnerable state that wouldn't have looked out of place in (Scream) or (I know what you did last summer)
  • Until after they have Done the dirty so to speak, when Jay is informed that she is now part of a chain of hounded individuals from a demon character to which the only way she can avoid being the prime target is have sex with someone else
  • This film tugs on a lot of different emotions throughout, to the point in which i found myself so engulfed with the characters decisions verging on infuriating, I guess this is commonplace in most horror flicks

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    Within the last few years the genre of “Horror” for me seems to repeat the same mundane patterns of predictability and flatness. However, “It follows” is a gripping and tense horror flick that will leave you shaken, yet wanting more.

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  • With barely anytime to get comfy, director (David Robert Mitchell) has jumped straight into the action, no messing around here. The opening scene depicts a young female in the very typical distress/vulnerable state that wouldn’t have looked out of place in (Scream) or (I know what you did last summer). Thankfully, the movie doesn’t follow this conventional plot.

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  • Jay (Maika Monroe) is dating Hugh (Jake Weary) in what seems like a run of the mill dating pattern (Film and Food). Until after they have “Done the dirty” so to speak, when Jay is informed that she is now part of a chain of hounded individuals from a demon character to which the only way she can avoid being the prime target is have sex with someone else.

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  • The tension that Mitchell builds up for the rest of the film is brilliant, helped massively by the eerie score (Disasterpeace) from Rich Vreeland.

    The demon character moves at a walking pace towards its target, yet can be morphed into a number of different individuals including loved ones which it does in a few occasions throughout the movie.

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  • By far the most incredible part is the unpredictability of It Follows. The bits in which you would normally be waiting for the “Scare” you are left with anxiety provoking tension and just when you think it’s safe to “go back in the water” your heart jumps up to your mouth.

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  • This film tugs on a lot of different emotions throughout, to the point in which i found myself so engulfed with the characters decisions verging on infuriating, I guess this is commonplace in most horror flicks.

    It’s been a while since i’ve been proper freaked out by a film once i’ve left the cinema . . It follows has delivered in this aspect and if like me you like your horror movies a bit different you HAVE to see this.



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