Remmy’s Review of Bye Bye Man

Bye Bye Man, 13 January 2017, PG-13. If you are into 30 and 40-year-old freshman college students, or you love things that jump out of walls, doors, and cupboards of course, then you are sure to love this horror movie. Just so you know there is no Urban Legend that can be proved wrong, including this one, and now that you have seen the name, regardless of how old you are, the Bye Bye Man is coming for you.

It is a shame because I like you. My two co-conspirators that write movie reviews would not do this review because they would not print or say the name. How strange, but befitting I guess. What they failed to realize is while watching the film they said the name, so sad for them.

This movie has a good storyline, excellent as a matter of fact. I do not scare easy. When I was eleven I did not want to take the trash out in the dark. I was not afraid of the dark, I was afraid of what was hidden in the dark that I could not see. Monsters? No, I am the same way in the daylight. I was afraid of mankind ripping me apart and eating me while I was still alive. Yes, there could have been other monsters out there, but none as horrid as mankind.

For me, this movie overworked my sensory perception. I do not believe in ghosts, but I do believe in demons. I rate this 3 out of 5 stars and hope you don’t choke on your popcorn while watching it. That is my only warning.

Please follow and like us:
onpost_follow

How useful was this post?

Click on a star to rate it!

Average rating / 5. Vote count:

2 thoughts on “Remmy’s Review of Bye Bye Man

  1. Steven Fritchie

    This was a decent enough scare movie. The acting was decent, but then a 34 year old actor playing a college student was not too credible. The major flaw was that the title character was never fully explained. How did he come into existence? What is his back story?
    I give this a 3.5 stars out of 5.

Leave a Reply