Remmy’s Review of Be Afraid

Be Afraid, July 17, 2017, When demons’ come to get your little boy or girl, are you going to just let them have them? Most would, but a few would fight to the death to save their offspring. Yet the demons only want to eat your offspring, they really want you. After all, you are an adult and can help the demons get stronger.

That is the premise of the film in my opinion. Yes, there are instances of many films in this movie, after all not much is written anymore that is original, werewolves, vampires, fish people and things like that come to mind.

I didn’t have any jump scares, but the ending of this film has two plot twists, which I was happy with. I rate this 4 out of 5 stars!

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2 thoughts on “Remmy’s Review of Be Afraid

  1. Steven Fritchie

    “It was a dark and stormy night” is a horror movie cliche and yet it is still used. The darkness is when the monsters usually come out. This movie eventually takes you to where you might not expect it to. It was tense and had some potential-jump scare scenes. I agree that the ending was a bit of a surprise because there was a distraction. A decent movie.

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