Writer and director Justin Dec’s smartphone-centric horror film revolves around an eerie app that predicts the exact moment of its user’s death. Elizabeth Lail stars as a young nurse who downloads the app and discovers that she will die in three days. She desperately turns to her family and friends for a way to defy the fatal prophecy.
Enjoyed this one a lot. I’m always looking for decent horror movies to add to my collection and I was surprised by this one. Predictable at times but still had some creepy scenes with a few jump scares. My Friday night horror movie group will like it.
Here is an enjoyable movie that makes one think about downloading apps. Good scary thriller just what the Doctor ordered. Good plot and good acting.
I would recommend this to a friend
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Owned for 1 week when reviewed.
This film is a little bit campy but overall honestly truthfully I enjoyed it seeing/watching the Movie in the Theater so that’s why I owned it on Blu-ray/Digital the way it was the Storyline was just NOT only about an app but it’s about a Moral Code for Your Mortality’s Lifespan plus it’s a very cool supernatural app involving an Egyptian God/Demon of Time/Lifeforce named Ozuna so see it/watch it and don’t miss one single scene!
This is such a good film, its great for horror lovers; the interesting take of something scary/bad happening by up loading an app is such a smart take especially now a days when people download so many apps into the phone. I loved the movie:)
So scary this movie got me real good lol. A lot of horror movies nowadays have too much jump scenes and focus too much in making the music creepy but this movie is more than that. I absolutely loved it and would highly recommend for those of u who are horror fans.