When a young couple moves into their dream home, it quickly turns into a nightmare. Megan is haunted by shadowy figures and ghostly images that grow increasingly real…and threatening. As the house seems to take hold of her, Megan grows weaker and struggles with her sanity until the couple must face the supernatural forces head-on in a fight for their lives.cted.
I watched this movie a couple of weeks ago on Amazon Prime after watching the trailer, and I will say it wasn’t exactly what I thought it was going to be. It was still decent and worth the watch, I just thought it would have a lot more of a paranormal feel to it. Really didn’t have much of a scare factor to it.
I will say though I did not see the ending coming, usually, I will figure out a movie within the first 15 minutes or so, but not this time. I should have had it figured out but I didn’t. If you’re looking for something to watch and you have Prime, you should really give this one a chance.
A fairy tale classic goes under the frightening sea this September with Mermaid’s Song, premiering on digital from Wild Eye Releasing.
Apocalypse Rising Synopsis:
A dark homage to Hans Christian Anderson’s The Little Mermaid, and starring Game of Thrones’ Iwan Rheon, the film is set during the 1930s depression and tells of young Charlotte, who is struggling to keep the family business afloat. When gangster Randall offers to pay off the family debt – he demands some illegal changes to the business. But Charlotte, like her mother before her, is a mermaid capable of controlling humans with nothing but her voice, which creates a battle between all of those who want Charlotte’s magical powers for themselves.
Iwan Rheon – Randall Katelyn Mager – Charlotte Brendan Taylor – George Jessie Fraser – Emily Steve Bradley – Tim Barbara Wallace – Gertrude Trevor Gemma – Harold Natasha Quirke – Serena
Director: Nicholas Humphries Writer: Jessica Leigh Clark-Bojin (story by), Bob Woolsey