Let's Scare Julie

Let's Scare Julie

Directed by Jud Cremata

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Everyone loves a good scare ... but when a group of teen girls sets out to scare their reclusive new neighbor, what seems like a simple prank goes horribly wrong ... and not all of them will make it home in Let's Scare Julie, a white-knuckle thriller filmed in one uninterrupted, terrifying take.

A group of teen girls set out to scare their reclusive new neighbor until their simple prank goes horribly wrong.

Cast: Troy Leigh-Anne Johnson, Isabel May, Odessa A’zion

Member Reviews

Honestly it wasn’t that bad, but the ending was a bit rushed and you kind of have to guess what happened.

Mxra
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3 weeks ago

Boring.

chaliexx
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3 weeks ago

Single take format kinda kills the movie for me. The first half hours is slumber party bull that you can skip. Just a very dull movie.

sunflora263
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1 month ago

A group of white popular girls...tell a black girl to get a key so they can prank the ugly girl across the street...fun

demidevil
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1 month ago

What it does for pulling you into the protagonist's world, creating characters, and atmosphere, it does well. Much of this is through the true-to-life acting and one-shot-ish camera work ['ish' because there's several obvious cuts in a group scene--continuity must have been hard with everyone in the shot!], which does leave a lot off screen. With the concluding act, I almost wish more was left off screen. This movie is swinging for the fences of bigger budget horror flicks and comes close--but the conclusion maybe suffers from not having the same kind of budget. It does deliver the energy of the kind of horror movie that's fun to watch with a group and the intimacy of the one-shot focus on one character gives the intimacy of a Paranormal Activity type found footage film. While I think it would have been ideal when I was watching horror movies with teen girl friends, and I do appreciate that, in representation it's kind of a modern Slumber Party Massacre, I wish some reveals at the end were dialed back and some in the middle were played up more. Three skulls for a movie I don't regret watching but think could have used a bigger budget or a little more fine tuning on what it's able to deliver.

AomegaZen
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1 month ago