Fortnightly Movie Show Series XXXIII:– ‘Sinister 2’

Published on: Jan 02 2016 by documentaryclub
TITLE Fortnightly Movie Show Series XXXIII:– ‘Sinister 2’
DATE 31st December, 2015
COORDINATOR The Documentary/Movie Club
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REPORT BY Babin Karki
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School of Computer Science and Information Technology

The Documentary & Movie Club

Sinister 2

31st December, 2015

Genre: Horror, Mystery, Thriller

Running time: 1 hr 37 min

Sinister 2 is an American supernatural horror movie directed by Ciaran Foy. The movie is about two twin son, a mother and an action to stop evil. Shannyn Sossamon plays as Courtney, a mother of twin sons named Dylan and Zach. In the movie, Courtney takes her twin sons and live in the rural house to protect themselves from her abusive husband. The sons gets tormented by the ghostly children taken by Bughuul at their rural farmhouse. Young Dylan receives nightly visits from ghoulish kids who showed him disturbing images of families being slaughtered which was all part of the grand plan of Bughuul, the evil spirit who recruits innocent children to murder their loved ones. As the ghost children who are Bughuul’s past victims require the boys to watch home movies of murder, the film ritualizes the ‘aesthetic observance of violence’ that gives its particular bogeyman and the horror genre.

In the movie, we can also see the deputy who is concerned about the ongoing abduction of children by the Bughuul and ready to stop it. He was doing continuous research about the houses that were and will be hunted by the Bughuul. In the process, he finds about the rural house where Courtney and her twin sons are living.The only hope for Bughuul’s intended new victims (Courtney and her twin sons) may be a former deputy who’s familiar with Bughuul’s fiendish work from the past.

I really enjoyed this movie. I had always wanted to watch this movie. But, I didn’t find it scary in comparison to the first one. Some of the scenes were scarier and I would suggest others to watch the movie for some breathtaking moments.

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