Submitted by Best-Horror-Movies 1091d ago | opinion piece

Spoiler: Sinister Explained

Sinister (review) released theatrically on Friday, October 12, 2012, and is poised to be a big fall hit in the horror market. Unlike many horror films of late that do not do advanced screenings for horror critics, this one has been pretty widely available from the festival premier in March 2012 to critic and fan screenings widely available prior to release date. (Cinema, Sinister)

Best-Horror-Movies  +   1091d ago
I thought overall the money was good, if you watched it with our watching all the trailers and clips and images it was a better experience.
47  +   1090d ago
Deff an interesting film, and one of the better to come from the genre in a long time. However, like 99% of ALL horror films it was just FAR too cliche and predictable. If you didnt see the ending coming then you clearly dont pay attention to the genre. This film, while produced very well(acting, score, direction etc) is the perfect example of why this genre is a bottom dweller for films in general. There truly are NO new ideas what-so-ever.

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