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Film format:STANDARD FORMAT. List of Showtime Features:"
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- Open Captioning
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Movie Info & Cast
- Mackenzie Davis
- Finn Wolfhard
- Brooklynn Prince
- Karen Egan
- Mark Huberman
- Niall Greig Fulton
- Denna Thomsen
- Kim Adis
- Barbara Marten
Did You Know?
- The film is based on the 1898 horror novella "The Turn of the Screw" by Henry James.
- Kate: Where were you hiding?
- Flora: Like I'd tell.
Atom User Reviews
Wtf was that? Did it end? We don't know what happened to anybody. Not worth seeing.
Honestly the worst movie I've ever seen
The Turning damns itself with good ideas turned bad and a flat-out ugly execution. Its talented cast can’t save it from cheap scares, poorly edited set-pieces, and a bad twist that leaves a worse taste in your mouth.
The Turning sacrifices narrative and emotional coherence in favor of a series of would-be scary set pieces that seem mainly designed to discourage aspiring nannies from pursuing the vocation.
Instead of intriguing ambiguity, this updated version – which had a long and bumpy development – offers only maddening confusion...With false endings within false endings, it’s the sort of movie whose final fade-out will leave audiences groaning in frustration.