The Taking of Deborah Logan
Directed by Adam Robitel
After months of searching, Mia Medina has found the perfect subject for her PhD thesis film on Alzheimer’s Disease. For the next several months, cameras will record the everyday life of mother Deborah Logan and her daughter Sarah. But as the days progress, they observe behaviors and occurrences that show the progression to be far more advanced than anyone was prepared for. What becomes apparent is that there’s something besides Alzheimer’s that has taken control of Deborah’s life. It’s an evil that is far worse than the debilitating disease with which she was first diagnosed.
A film crew documents a woman's struggle with Alzheimer's, only to discover something else at play.
Cast: Jill Larson, Anne Ramsay, Michelle Ang, Brett Gentile
I watched this movie because a friend highly suggested it. Went in with very low expectations, but this movie actually got to me. Not easy to do. Incredibly well done movie. A definite must see.
Good first-person documentary-style horror. Effects were good and buildup was well done. Nothing was betrayed early on, and the ending had uncommon resolution, which was nice (so you aren’t distracted from the fright with head-scratching). Characterization was decent, but the contention was a little controved.
super creepy gave me & my gf chills ill say one thing , i dont wanna see a damn snake for a while 5 Skulls for us , crazy old snake lady.
This movie gets me every time