I never saw the original, but I don't feel I have to to say this was a pretty terrible movie. The shame is that it had so much potential. Although Carrie had anything but a normal life, she is still just a teenage girl. She doesn't act like one for a single moment in the movie. When teenagers argue with their parents, there's usually some drama involved (either anger or despair). Carrie showed neither of these qualities when she confronted her mother with her new found power. It's as if her long lived fear of her psycho mom disappeared over night. She goes from being terrified of entering her own home with her mother to shamelessly making her own prom dress in front of her mom without a care in the world in just a matter of a few days. The antagonist Chris made much more sense as a character than the protagonist and seemed to have much more character development. The death scenes were very tacky also. (Spoiler) The scene where Chris's face ends up halfway through the windshield was comical if anything. It would have made much more sense for Carrie to aimlessly and uncontrollably lash out when she's upset rather than strategically force people to get trampled to death.
Can't they make good remakes anymore? Are you people kidding ! This movie is an insult to the originals. I can't believe I waited this long for a remake. Not only was it boring as hell! But the acting was terrible and a huge disappointment! Grr I'm so frusted. They try way to hard with 'special effects' and being to holly wood. The blood scene with carrie was ridiculous . nice try.but huge miss.
Horror or Comedy OMG I could not stop laughing the girl who played carrie facial expressions had me on the floor. I kept watching (rental) for the kicks nd giggles, I love the original it's a classic. The acting was terrible!!! I could not take this serious, what a waste of film. When I found out she was in the equalizer with Denzel I was disappointed. Lol
Bored me This movie is so boring! None of it is scary. This is very stupid. Wasted my time. Do not watch. They were very bad actors. This girl that played Carrie is a good actor JUST NOT IN A HORROR MOVIE. not the right category for her. Don't watch unless you want to be bored. This movie actually made me LAUGH. rotten tomatoes movie!
It Was Okay. What I didn't like about this movie is that it was based in modern day. Also, I didn't like the fact that they added things that the original didn't have. There was bad acting and horrible reactions. I'm glad my friends didn't waste their money on this at the theaters!
Shame. Who ever said this movie was grate has a sad life. This is sec time they remade this. And the sec time they failed. The first is when they had nerve to make part 2 to this in 1998 and that too sucked. Like one person said, this is insult to original. The first from steven king was the best the first, in 1976. Nothing remotely comes close to that.
Remake, not again! I bet all those 5 stars are young/babies and never seen the other 2 movies. I have not seen this 3rd only because I have already seen the other movies. There is no point in it. Waste of money and time that can be spent on original movies.
Not even close to good as the original! The original movie, and the 2002 version of Carrie was way better than this version! The acting wasn't even good, in my opinion they picked the wrong actors to play the parts, and was really overdramatic in some parts of the movie! Seriously.
Get over it Get over it trolls. Stop hating on remakes. Every time Hollywood does a remake, you complain & cry. Get over it. The 90's version sucked. Bad acting. Crappy effects. But I was a kid then. The remakes are always better. this movie made millions whether you liked it or not. Trolls
Insult to original Moretz can't compare to Spacek. This remake exploits technology (i.e. gratuitous special effects) at the cost of storytelling. It only succeeded at making me rub my eyes out of exhaustion. Hell, Law & Order SVU is more suspenseful.
Not scary not fun This was like an ABC family version of Carrie. The call backs to the book didn't make any sense. Why have the pig killing scene if Carrie isn't fat? How does Carrie not know what a period is when she is clearly computer literate? Why does Carrie seem to enjoy murdering everyone rather than feel terrified of what she's doing? Is Carrie telekinetic psychic? She can sense an unborn fetus but not the scissors behind her mom's back who has never comforted her. Don't waste your time.
No Ill give it props for the attempt. Its like the game "The Evil Within." Meaning its more disturbing than it is creepy. There isn't even a simple jump scare anywhere. Ill also give props for the atmosphere and the gruesomeness. But other than that no, just no.
Story writing was bad. Yea.... the story about why the girls were so mad at carrie was not believable. Especially the very beginning in the shower. It was a little ridiculous. But chloe is a good young actress.
Carrie This movie isn't as scary as it is depressing (nevertheless a great film). Carrie White is just a shy teen that wished to "fit-in". I felt angered by her classmates, happy for her during prom, and ultimately sad for her that her hope of a better life were crushed by teens wanting nothing but to ruin her well being. After watching this heartbreaking movie, I felt my eyes watering for Carrie's suffering, and her hopes, dreams, and mother, being killed all because she was, simply, pushed...too far.
FREAKIN' AWESOME The "horror" doesn't really kick in untill the end but that's what's good about this movie. You kind of feel for the characters when they die and its actually intense. For the most part the movie is just kind of creepy but in a calm sense. So in the end of the movie you're sord of tricked into believing that the killing is brutal and you're actually scared. In other words this movie is totally worth it.
Great Great acting. Seen the original,the remake, and the rage but still cant get enough carrie. She did kill a ton of folks but I cant help but to feel bad for her. Lesson is leave people the heck alone.
Pleasantly surprised! Firstly.. Yes its a remake but not a reboot and at least half the viewers are not even aware of this nor are concerned about it. And rightly so! (I'm not suggesting that De Palma's vision should be forsaken AT ALL but let's put it aside) k then.. Foremost what stands out is the acting by Julianne Moore AND Chloe Moretz which i felt was exceptional for the genre (please dont hate me 4 saying that :/ ) Also the fx are excellent! And of course the screenplay, based on Steven King's novel, JUST ENJOY IT!
Horrible Nothing happens till the last 25 minutes of this movie and then poor acting and simple special effects kick in. This was a hot mess! Do not recommend to anyone, very cheesy and boring. Glad I rented this and didnt buy
Amazing I want to watch it so bad!!!!! But I haven't. The trailer is amazing so I want to see it. It doesn't seem like a horror movie, I feel her pain. But they did go too far. Her life looks sad and I actually want her powers :)
Best thriller n bloody movie Not a scary movie but amazing effects and the actor who played carrie was terrific she really made me feel their are little carries out there who been mistreated and bully. Her mother is so religious it's creepy and scary. One of my favorite 2013 movies. Must watch!
Both versions of this Carrie picture is great! Carrie 1976 and Carrie 2013 are the most greatest supernatural horror action movie that I ever always enjoy watching! Just like how I enjoyed playing my game called ico it's pretty similar to Carrie 1976 that I'm comparing that I see! There's even Ico's revenge on the part where he returns himself back to the beginning location where he fights off all of the other horned guy spirits to light up all the tombs and beyond what you see in the rest of the game.
Not so good I really didn't care for this version. Of course I saw the '76 version, and not only was the acting better, but I feel the climax and suspense was there which this film imo is missing. No suspense or build up to the climax. Things just sort of happen. There wasn't a chilling unraveling of events like in the original version. Although I feel the younger audience will find this version more suitable.
Better in theaters Some of the more visceral scenes are better on the big screen, and frankly the visceral impact is all it has over the original, I actually cried in the theater. Something doesn't come across at home. I love Julianne Moore, but she doesn't have the convincing insanity of Piper Laurie, and Sissy Spacek was a more believable outcast than confident Chloe Grace Moretz, who I liked better in Hick.
Just so ya know,is on youtube for free,srry google! But i personaly thought it was a very nice remake. How none of the scary stuff happened untilbthe end really got to me. And brava t ok miss julian moore(srry if i spelled ur name wrong) best creppyly religious mom ever!!!
This is an insult to the original. It's cheesy and blatantly unbelievable. Despite ripping the original script text for some type of "cred", the movie was terrible. From the acting..to the overall delivery, just horrible. It's hard to remake a classic. But if you're going to do it, do it right. This "remake" was wrong.
Stephen King's Carrie White (Sissy Spacek) is a lonely, withdrawn high-school student who is the object of ridicule because of her drabness and because of the influence of her mother (Piper Laurie)--a religious zealot who has kept her in the dark about all things feminine. When Carrie experiences her first period in the gym shower, she is teased and humiliated. Threatened with expulsion from the upcoming prom, the girls' ringleader (Amy Irving) devises a plan: Amy's boyfriend (William Katt) will pretend to court Carrie and then Carrie will be elected Prom Queen. At the prom, Amy and her cohorts (including John Travolta) drop a rigged bucket of pig's blood on Carrie. Carrie's kinetic powers are now unleashed in one of the screen's most-celebrated depictions of merciless and unstoppable fury.
Everyone has a breaking point. Pray that Carrie White doesn't reach hers. Angela Bettis (Girl, Interrupted) stars in this bone-chilling update of Stephen King's legendary tale of horror and retribution, featuring eye-popping special effects and a shocking, all-new twist ending! Carrie White (Bettis) is a lonely, awkward teenage girl who just doesn't fit in. At school, she endures her classmates' constant ridicule, and at home she suffers endless psychological torture at the hands of her fanatically religious mother (Patricia Clarkson, "Six Feet Under"). But Carrie has a secret. She's been cursed with the terrifying power of telekinesis. And when her tormentors commit an act of unforgivably cruel humiliation at the prom, they'll soon learn a deadly lesson: If you mess with fire, you will get burned!
Let Me In is a haunting and provocative thriller written and directed by Matt Reeves (CLOVERFIELD), based on the best-selling Swedish novel "Let The Right One In" and highly acclaimed film of the same name. Chloë Grace Moretz (KICK-ASS) stars as Abby, a mysterious 12-year-old who moves in with a man who appears to be her father (Oscar®-nominee Richard Jenkins of THE VISITOR), next door to Owen (Kodi Smit-McPhee of THE ROAD), a social outcast who is viciously bullied at school. In his loneliness, Owen forms a profound bond with his new neighbor Abby, but can't help noticing that she is like no one he has ever met before. As a string of grisly murders grips his wintry New Mexico town, Owen has to confront the reality that this seemingly innocent girl may not be what she seems.
Witness the mind-bending chronicle of great power gone awry. When three ordinary high school friends make an extraordinary discovery, they acquire amazing abilities beyond their understanding. They can move objects with their minds, crush cars at will, and even fly. But as their strengths grow, so do their darker sides. When harmless pranks give way to more dangerous escapades, their lives spin recklessly out of control, leading to an explosive, high-flying climax that will leave you breathless!
While Donna and Vic Trenton struggle to save their rocky marriage, their son Tad befriends the loveable 200-lb St. Bernard who belongs to their mechanic. But what they don't realise is that a bat bite has transformed Cujo from a docile pup to a vicious killer.
After moving to an idyllic home in the countryside, life seems perfect for the Creed family...but not for long. Louis and Rachel Creed and their two young children settle in to a house that sits next door to a pet cemetery - built on an ancient Indian burial ground. Their mysterious new neighbor, Jud Crandall (Fred Gwynne), hides the cemetery's darkest secret...until a family tragedy brings the secret to life. Now, an unthinkable evil is about to be resurrected. From STEPHEN KING, the Master of the Macabre, comes a journey that leads to hell and back. Though not everyone survives the trip. For the Creeds, home is where the horror is.
Sometimes dead is better. But the shocking terror that plagued Ludlow, Maine, in "Pet Sematary" is still very much alive in this heartstopping sequel to the 1989 hit film written by Stephen King. After the death of his wife, veterinarian Chase Matthews (Anthony Edwards, TV's "ER") and his 13-year-old son Jeff (Edward Furlong, "Terminator 2: Judgment Day") move to Ludlow to rebuild their lives. Antagonized by the neighborhood kids, Jeff befriends another outsider. Drew Gilbert, who lives in fear of his cruel stepfather (Clancy Brown, "Highlander"). After Gus cold bloodedly shoots Drew's beloved dog, the boys bury the body in the local Indian burial grounds—a place rumored to have powers of resurrection. When evil is awakened, the boys realize that sometimes you should just let dead dogs lie.
Recently widowed Karen Tunny and her two daughters move to a remote mountain home which Karen has inherited from the family of her late husband. However, she is unaware that the home is situated near an old mine, the site of an early 20th century tragedy in which many children were buried alive.
A big-city reporter travels to the small town where her mother has been arrested for the murder of an elderly woman that she works for as a maid. Kathy Bates, Jennifer Jason Leigh and Christopher Plummer star in an atmospheric whodunit that's part mystery, part human drama and wholly entertaining.
From the producers of The Purge and Ouija and the director of Wanted comes an original thriller where a seemingly innocent prank starts a sequence of events that spirals out of control. Unfriended unfolds over a teenager’s computer screen as she and her friends are stalked by an unseen figure who seeks vengeance for a shaming video that led a vicious bully to kill herself. On the anniversary of the shocking suicide, the very same friends who thought there would be no consequences to their actions will find out just how deadly wrong they are. (Original Title - Unfriended) - 2015 Universal Studios. All Rights Reserved.
What chance does a teenage girl have against a maniacal maniac with a machete? Pack your bags and return to Crystal Lake to find out for yourself...if you dare! In Friday the 13th Part VII: The New Blood - Deluxe Edition, young Tina Shepard possesses the gift of telekinesis, allowing her to move things and see the future, using the power of her mind. But when a devious doctor tries to exploit her ability, the gift becomes a hellish curse. Tina unwittingly unchains the merciless bloodthirsty Jason Voorhees from his watery grave, igniting a bloodbath that ends in the ultimate showdown in strength of mind versus pure evil matter. Experience the legacy of unrelenting terror that never dies!
Something is killing off townsfolk in Tarker's Mills. Something mysterious. Something ingenious. Something remotely human. But the only person in town with courage to stop this lurking menace is a 13-year-old boy, confined to a wheelchair since birth. Adapted to the screen by suspense master Stephen King from his "Cycle of the Werewolf" novelette, this exhilarating thriller features astounding special effects by three-time Oscar® winner Carlo Rambaldi ("E.T.," "Alien," "King Kong").
"All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy" -- or, rather, a homicidal boy in Stanley Kubrick's eerie 1980 adaptation of Stephen King's horror novel. With wife Wendy (Shelley Duvall) and psychic son Danny (Danny Lloyd) in tow, frustrated writer Jack Torrance (Jack Nicholson) takes a job as the winter caretaker at the opulently ominous, mountain-locked Overlook Hotel so that he can write in peace. Before the Overlook is vacated for the Torrances, the manager (Barry Nelson) informs Jack that a previous caretaker went crazy and slaughtered his family; Jack thinks it's no problem, but Danny's "shining" hints otherwise. Settling into their routine, Danny cruises through the empty corridors on his Big Wheel and plays in the topiary maze with Wendy, while Jack sets up shop in a cavernous lounge with strict orders not to be disturbed. Danny's alter ego, "Tony," however, starts warning of "redrum" as Danny is plagued by more blood-soaked visions of the past, and a blocked Jack starts visiting the hotel bar for a few visions of his own. Frightened by her husband's behavior and Danny's visit to the forbidding Room 237, Wendy soon discovers what Jack has really been doing in his study all day, and what the hotel has done to Jack.
Alan embarks on a 100-mile hitchhike to see his mother in the hospital. Along the way he must confront his many demons—both living and dead—and in the end make the ultimate choice that will mean life or death for him and his mother!
David Drayton (Thomas Jane) and his young son Billy (Nathan Gamble) are among a large group of terrified townspeople trapped in a local grocery store by a strange, otherworldly mist. David is the first to realize that there are things lurking in the mistÉdeadly, horrifying thingsÉcreatures not of this world. Survival depends on everybody in the store pulling togetherÉbut is that possible, given human nature? As reason crumbles in the face of fear and panic, David begins to wonder what terrifies him more: the monsters in the mistÑor the ones inside the store, the human kind, the people that until now had been his friends and neighbors? In this legendary tale of terror from master storyteller Stephen King, the thin veneer of civilization is stripped away, the masks are discarded, and the true horror is revealed as us.