Daniel Isn't Real
Directed by Adam Egypt Mortimer
As a boy, Luke invented an imaginary friend named Daniel who led them both into a world of fantasy and imagination. But after Daniel tricks Luke into doing something terrible, Luke is forced to lock him away. Twelve years later, the dangerous Daniel is back--and he now appears as a charming, maniuplative young man with a terrifying secret agenda. A SHUDDER EXCLUSIVE.
When Luke suffers a violent family trauma, he resurrects his dangerous childhood imaginary friend to help him cope.
Cast: Patrick Schwarzenegger, Miles Robbins, Sasha Lane, Hannah Marks, Mary Stuart Masterson
I watch a lot of horror movies that nothing really gets to me until I saw this movie. The movies intensity slowly built up and so did my intensity in watching it. This is one of the best movies I have seen in a very long time.
Great psychological horror movie.
Okay.. this is definitely NOT a "Drop Dead Fred" sort of imaginary friend lol.. actually I wouldn't even consider him an imaginary friend. That's all I'll say on that... NO spoiler alerts here! just my opinion (^_^)/ Oh but man I was intrigued to see how Miles Robbins and Patrick Schwarzenegger lived up to their roles... and I was not disappointed. The movie is crafted beautifully.. although some parts.. I gotta say.. I couldn't help but think of "Jacob's Ladder" and compare Miles to his dad... but he really holds his own.
This was really one of the best movies I have seen in a while. I would put it with Odd Thomas... certainly worth the watch!!
This is now one of my favorite movies! I wished that this was a clean-cut supernatural horror movie, but I still enjoyed the psychological twist. And I love how this movie depicted loneliness and longing for meaningful relationships. It's real and relatable to college students nowadays. The ending might disappoint or confuse some people. The movie is still worth a watch if you have nothing better else to do. 😊