I think it could have been even better than the final result, but nonetheless, it is a fairly decent effort with some strong points.
From the poster and the first few minutes, I couldn't care much for this one, yet, little by little, you get to see good acting, interesting plot development and an overall nice execution. The people involved in the making of The Voices really did their best with the script and turned it into a good adaption, I would say especially for a made for TV movie. For a stand alone horror, it will probably turn unnoticed, and bare in mind, it is one for the psychological fans more than anything, so whoever is up for a slow burner, you might get your kicks with this one.
All in all, The Voices is a movie that deserves some praise for sticking to its idea, if I'd have one complaint it would be about the ending, that seemed like deja vu on screen, but I do get what they were trying to do there.
Horror / Thriller
Horror / Thriller
After a devastating breakup with her fiancé (Brendan Sexton III), Grace Crawford (Amanda Markowitz) seeks sanctuary at a remote family home. Grace has a bizarre encounter with a mysterious stranger (Lin Shaye) before arriving at the house, which is now occupied by her sister, Catherine (Victoria Matlock). At first it's a happy reunion, but soon it becomes clear that Catherine is suffering from paranoid schizophrenia, much like their late mother, who had taken her own life. While coming to terms with this realization, Grace uncovers a terrible secret about Catherine's estranged daughter and begins questioning her own sanity. As the lines between reality and dreams are blurred and her sister's behavior becomes increasingly erratic, Grace must desperately fight to save herself and her family before it's too late.
Uploaded By: FREEMAN
May 13, 2020 at 01:21 AM