This has Spoilers! First off I want to say that we should all ignore the negative comments in this here review submitted by those who lack the depth of comprehension. As in this film there contains a much deeper and unspoken concept underlying this instant cult classic masterpiece. This movie is clearly a classic horror movie lovers dream. But who else has noticed the similarities? YES THAT IS RIGHT! This movie is not really new at all, it is actually based off of Five Nights at Freddy's! Not only is it based off of FNAF, but they took the entire 80s horror and took off like Nic and his wild Ford Mustang in the beginning and ending of this film. Anyone with any movie culture background at all, hell even brief gaming or Android use should be able to spot that this was not going to be a typical horror film from the trailer alone, and should have connected the dots. The way Nic Cage keeps a hefty consumption of "Punch" soda throughout, reminds me of "Pack a Punch" from the Zombies aspect in the Call of Duty series. So there is another video game reference. Some random teenagers are getting down and dirty like in Friday the 13th, only in this film are watched by an animatronic killer hiding within the shadows. When getting into the lore of Willy's Wonderland's history, it highly resembles the "Chucky" origin. This movie certainly packs a punch on my entire growing up. So to all of those complaining about this film, all I can say is that you are ignorant and lived a sheltered life. Two thumbs way up, this movie has outdone itself in every fashion.
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I don't usually write reviews on movies but this movie was absolutely terrible. It was not scary just stupid. I tried watching it with my family and I've never cringed so hard in my life, we almost turned it off like 5 times. Plus it had bad actors, seemed like a YouTube short film tbh. And of course like any other horror film it had a s*x scene. It was terrible. I don't recommend wasting your time watching this.
This movie is a work of art and the first cinematic tribute to the beauty of true janitorial craftsmanship. The joy of watching Nic Cage expertly detail a run-down small business is only tainted by the occasional break for exposition, and the cathartic bludgeoning of your childhood nightmares. The villain of the story is a small group of busybody locals, who keep interrupting the janitors craft by spilling blood and guts all over his newly cleaned floors and scrubbed walls. As a marketing professional, the only thing I cannot understand is why Monster Energy drinks missed out on such an obvious advertising and product placement opportunity.