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
Solid but wanted a bit more explanation
thought the film infodumped too early, (e.g: the first conversation in the film revealing a v important fact about the main character). acting was okay, i enjoyed the set design, the mother's house felt claustrophobic and antiquated. not the worst film in the world. music was a bit off-putting note: do not scroll down to read some of the earlier reviews. there's one that spoils the entire plot.
I have watched this film twice and really do not get it. It is dull.
Only managed 40mins before turning off. A very flat film. Didn’t grip me or interest me at all. Overly dramatic at awkward times.
Had zero clue what was going on the whole way through. Jump scares were pathetic, the action was hammy as hell and the script is the horror here.