The Invoking

The Invoking

After inheriting a house from the family she never knew, Samantha Harris (Trin Miller) and three friends head to rural Sader Ridge to inspect the property. Soon after arriving, Sam begins to experience horrific visions of savage brutality and unspeakable evil. Plagued by the sinister forces closing in around her, Sam descends into a waking nightmare when the demons from her past refuse to stay buried any longer.

For years Samantha has wondered about where she came from. After inheriting a house from the family she never knew, Sam and three friends head to rural Sader Ridge to inspect the property. Soon after Sam arrives old memories come seeping back to her subconscious while jealousy and unspoken tension between the friends is forced to the surface. As relationships unravel, so does Sam';s sanity... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Jeff N (ca) wrote: Airplane movie at best. Don't take the bait!

Darine S (ca) wrote: Kristin Scott Thomas was hilarious

Felicitas v (de) wrote: and another disaster film...

Matthew B (fr) wrote: March of the Penguins is the most relaxing and the most excellently shot documentary of 2005. Morgan Freeman's god like voice made this worth a watch.

Michal (gb) wrote: Vyprav??skm stylem veden hran dokument o jedn horolozeck vprav?, kter se kared? zvrtla. O neuv??iteln v?li a touze p?et jednoho horolezce. Mraziv?j vc ne 127 hodin.

Steve E (gb) wrote: SPOILERS AHEAD!!A solid star and a half is my rating, and considering I give no inches if they don't deserve it. The direction by Campbell who would subsequently direct two James Bond movies is very good, but not spectacular. Bacon is okay, I've seen my share of serial killers in cinema, and have read about real serial killers too, and his characterization did not impress me, although he was good enough for the part. The real star here is Gary Oldman, who has a depth, and plays a young lawyer with authenticity, energy, and originality. Basically my whole rating goes to him mostly. The screenplay is pretty good, and it keeps you guessing about what's next. The negative points which hinders this film in getting more praise from me are ; grainy photography, lack of realism in Bacon's character, and no brutal killing scene is ever showed, we only see the dead bodies. Not enough tension in the courtroom, the sex scenes are hot, but we don't get to see enough skin, the tunel under the ground linking the park to the closet, is very far-fetched to say the least. Towards the end I just wanted it to end, so this is not good, means it drags.Overall this sexy thriller is fun, but one viewing for me will be sufficient. The strong point which makes this film entertaining, even if it drags at times, is Gary Oldman's portrayal of the young smart hot shot defense lawyer, and from experience because I have been represented by a defense lawyer myself, his characterization is top-notch, too bad Kevin Bacon was chosen as the antagonist, I would have casted a bolder more authentic creep, not this preppy face taunting Bacon. Kevin Bacon is not a bad actor, but here he does not complement Gary Oldman to enhance Oldman, but distracts more, than reinforcing the story.The story is original, but there are some plot-holes, why does he wait so long to kill his mother ? And why isn't it explored in the story that he would have had a psychiatric history ? The victims are women who had abortions, or who practiced abortions, we are thus a little desensitized about them, I was, and the killer is more taunting and ridiculously cliched in some ways, his actions make sense from his disturbed childhood, but did I believe it while I was watching this movie ? No I did not believe him (his character). If you like in movies to see stuff on ; serial killers, the law, the justice system, and a damn good young lawyer with balls. Then this film will enchant you, otherwise you might as well just pass.

Byron B (jp) wrote: want to see this because it won best foreign-language film with the LAFC

Nyk P (fr) wrote: Tinto Brass should be cockney rhyming slang for 'class'................ in a totally ironic way.

Joey S (br) wrote: Childhood favorite - Angela lansbury before she started writting murders.

cris l (ru) wrote: Not a perfect movie but it has its good parts:fabulous settings( French Riviera in its legendary magnificence),luxurious costumes(Givenchy) and jewelry,an intelligent use of black and white for the bleak and desolate present and vivid colours for the carefree cheerful yet senseless past,stellar cast( good performances by David Niven,Deborah Kerr,Mylene Demongeot,Walter Chiari;Jean Seberg is mostly dull but sweet and adorable with her cute boyish look),bittersweet melancholy brought by Juliette Greco's song.Despite its shallowness and its flaws,this movie has an unforgettable charm....

Tina R (us) wrote: adore it for so many reasons

John M (jp) wrote: An imminently enjoyable Italian made low budget Star Wards rip-off - it's cheeseball in the best way possible. Surprisingly excellent performance by Christopher Plummer.

Jarett B (ag) wrote: DId Brando just get a British accent?? Seriously, at times you'd swear that Harris is Brando, especially when he loses his cool--which is pretty much 75% of the film (not a bad thing by far!). It very much reminded me of 'Streetcar' with rugby; there is a Tennessee Williams feel to the relationship between Harris and Mrs. Hammond, ranging from sweet encounters to brutal, physical situations. Harris is very much a Raging Bull both on and off the field. I feel that a lot of Harris' screen power/presence really is due to Anderson's framing and the black and white cinematography; as there are times when a simple cut or change of angle turns Harris from man to menace. Complaints?? Well, it's certainly not my favorite sports film, as Ranging Bull will never be dethroned; so, after saying that, it's a good watch--seeming a little drawn out at times--with moments such as the 'hospital room' scene that push the overall product far, far above average. Actually, I think the film gets much stronger in the last half-hour (almost irresistible), warranting a define second viewing.