Written By: DMG
Edited By: Grave Reviews Staff
Director: Mikhail Red
Producer: Carlo Katigbak, Malou N. Santos, et. al.
Writter: Mikhail Red, Rae Red, et. al.
Date Released: March 27, 2019
Bea Alonzo as Pat Consolacion
Charo Santos-Concio as Mother Alice
Jake Cuenca as Julian Castro
Maxene Magalona as Sister Mia
Mary Joy Apostol as Clara
Gabby Padilla as Joyce
Rating = 2/5 Graves
***May contain some spoilers***
Eerie follows a young counselor at St. Lucia’s all girl’s school run by nuns. The counselor soon discovers that girls are dying and she must try to uncover the reason and motive behind the killings. She soon discovers that some girls have dark pasts and they are seeking revenge.
There are some scenes involving blood and gore but as a whole, the film incorporates minimal special effects. The viewer will, however, be faced with jump scares and other shock-like scenarios.
The Grave Review
Eerie creates a storyline that is about a vengeful spirit which is the product of an abusive past. Eerie creates an environment that shows the evil within people and the effect it has on others. However, on its face, Eerie is a subpar film from an entertainment point of view.
Th acting is descent throughout the film. However, Erie is a slow-paced film which incorporates very little detail to make the storyline clearer. With a slow progression, the film could have taken the time to explain certain points in a more cohesive way. For example, when mysteries are revealed, it seems that other points earlier in the film become inconsistent with the direction that the story is taking. This in turn is confusing and poses more questions than answers.
For the foregoing reasons, Grave Reviews gives Eerie (2019), two graves out of five graves.
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