Directed by Nicholas McCarthy
Strange, supernatural things occur after a woman's abusive mother dies. First, there's the disappearance of Annie's sister, which forces her return to her childhood home. Then one night, a violent encounter with an angry entity leads Annie to begin investigating who or what has taken up residence in her house. Director Nicholas McCarthy's skillfully-constructed Sundance chiller stunned and terrified festival audiences with its horrifying plot twist, leading to word-of-mouth that turned THE PACT into a must-see movie for horror hounds everywhere.
Strange, supernatural things occur after a woman's mom dies.
Cast: Caity Lotz, Kathleen Rose Perkins, Haley Hudson
Overall a successful mix of genres, very subtly done. It made the most of a small cast and limited number of locations. Certainly worth a watch.
I lasted less than halfway before sacking this shitstorm off. Far too much slo-mo, far too much 'ooh did he or didn't he?. It's like a shit verseion of Triangle in terms of cinematography, and that was shit. Shit. Shit. Shit.
Wow, in term of story this was nothing you won’t have seen before, but the acting, dialogue, cinematography, pacing - everything in fact - was so perfectly done, it was so absorbing, kept me hooked and surprised, didn’t skimp at all. It was perfect for what it wanted to be. Would still love to see something new in horror though. A new trope of somekind, don’t need anymore ghost mystery’s as its now been done so well. 👍
I enjoyed it! Good acting and script for quite a low budget movie. Love a spoop where there is play between what is supernatural and what's just a psycho.
The pact was the abusive mother kept her serial killer brother locked in and kept secret! Once she died he had to come out the entity was a person he had killed helping nort attacking simple really only the eye at the end?????