Atom User Reviews for The Unholy
One of the better movies so far this year. It was a bit creepy but not over the top. The story had great progression without spoiling the ending. We throughly enjoyed it.
Good movie overall, not too many movies talk about marry not too scary either just right amount of everything
Wait Till It comes To the On Red box... 🥺
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Animation was shabby and kind of cliché. Can tell how it’s going to go after a while
It was a good story but was not scary.
Worst movie I’ve ever seen. By far.
Solid concept and acting, just terrible execution and many missed opportunities for a great story. Also script felt like an early draft with unnecessary lines and little to no character development across the board. Don’t recommend spending money to watch this one.
Thought it would be really Intresting but instead it came across as a paint by the numbers horror movie though I did like the statement the movie made of showing that sometimes church leaders are willing to sell their souls and condone evil because of the benafist/ rewards of that evil being done as it is a current issue of the church condoning messed up things because they see gain or benefit or don’t want to admit that maybe they messed up
So scary... so awesome
Great Easter movie:)
this is my first movie back in theaters after covid and i want to say it wasn't bad. It wasn't the greatest movie but it was entertaining . It had good jump scares and good set ups but it lacked some cinematography...that's just me. But over all it was good.
Slow. If they would’ve cut a few repeated scenes and shortened some of the long, drawn out scenes, it would have been a decent movie. Good jump scares though.
After an intriguing setup that takes its time building atmosphere and characters, declining to rush the first death, the film becomes progressively more overwrought and hokey. It also loads up on derivative tropes that worked better everywhere from Ringu through The Conjuring Universe.
This religious-themed horror based around the phenomena of Marian apparitions has an intriguing premise but cuts too many corners in its catechism.
Sam Raimi is a producer here, and it’s hard not to think about how he might have mined this material both for provocation and for fright; his “Drag Me to Hell” remains the gold standard of how to scare the heck out of an audience within the restrictions of PG-13. What we get instead here is a tepid little chiller with an overqualified cast.