StevenF Review of Soul to Keep

The horror film Soul to Keep was released in the US on April 2, 2019. A brother and sister inherit their creepy uncle ‘s farm. They invite some friends to spend some time there, but things get strange when they find a grimoire in the basement.

This is your basic demon possession story with a bit of a twist to it. The story was decent, but the director could have shortened the drunken party scene. By the time they get to the demonic stuff, a good forty-five minutes has passed. There was plenty of moments that could have been decent jump scare scenes but by the time they came, I was disinterested. The acting was decent as well as the CGI. One of the characters played a deaf mute, so there were lots of subtitles throughout the movie. These subtitles were well done because there were legible and stayed on screen long enough to read.

This was a disappointment as far as horror movies go. The ending was predictable and the demons were humdrum. The best I can give this movie is 3 stars out of 5


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2 thoughts on “StevenF Review of Soul to Keep

  1. Remmy Meggs

    This reminded me of all those movies AND books about being in a cabin in the woods, actually, it is like all of those movies and books. How mundane can you get? Are not authors supposed to be visionaries? Vampires, werewolves, and superheroes are old, can’t they come up with something new as I do in my books?

    Other than that, this had possibilities and dropped the whole movie flat. I rate it 3 out of 5 because the acting was slightly above par and the twist in the storyline.

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