Can't Take It Back
Directed by Tim Shechmeister
When two drunk teen girls jokingly post mean comments on a dead classmate’s Facebook page, they receive a chilling clapback from beyond the grave. Morgan’s spirit is mad, and if Kristen can’t figure out how to fight back, she’ll soon be joining her in the afterlife. Like UNFRIENDED and IT FOLLOWS, CAN’T TAKE IT BACK is a wicked modern twist on the teen supernatural terror genre. Featuring a breakout performance by OUIJA’s Ana Coto and co-starring YouTube star Logan Paul, CAN’T TAKE IT BACK will make you think twice about the unkind things you post online…. A SHUDDER EXCLUSIVE Contains strong language, violence and gore.
A vengeful spirit goes after two girls who posted mean comments on her Facebook page.
Cast: Noah Centineo, Ivanna Sakhno, Logan Paul
You know what the real horror here is? That any of you watched a movie with Logan Paul.
This one was o.k., nothing special though. I wish directors would realize that heavy breathing (when nothing has happened so there's no reason for someone to be hyperventilating) isn't scary just annoying, and it tells me they have no clue how to create a tense moment on screen. Also, the 'ghost' makeup was horrible, looked like bad Halloween makeup. I will say things got much more interesting when Jill Larson from 'The Taking of Deborah Logan' (which was an awesome, scary film) popped up. I wish she had been brought in a little earlier to bring some much needed tension to the film. Bullying has always been a nightmare for the victim, but at least (before the internet blew up) you could get away from it by making it to the safe haven of you home, but not anymore. Thanks to social media bullies now have 24/hr access to their targets. One more thing, I don't know about you guys, but for me the long haired, raggedy headed ghost, stumbling up the hallway while the lights flicker has been done to death. I'm over it.
This film is a good example of Horror used for its original purpose as a morality tale to bring to light the consequences of selfish actions. There are plenty of jump scares here for those who like such things. This isn't your typical high school horror flick. There are some genuinely creepy scenes, the better ones long and drawn out by the director to add to the tension.
This film has some ridiculous scenes. ok she. climbs through the windiw in the hallway which is located on top of the office door at a private school still open , inwhich school is just getting out mind you, how did she climb through without a ladder ? then has the nerve to stay in the office looking through confidential files non chalantley. until the evening and nobody notices Right....