Written December 19, 2014
I really wanted to see Mama. Critics said it was the most scary movie ever, or something along those lines. I thought the story line was interesting and the kids were interesting. The movie is not as scary as the critics say, there are however some points in the movie that make you jump. The ending has a twist to it that takes you by surprise. The movie left me wondering how things were going to turn out and how there were many holes in the story line. It was an entertaining movie to say the least.
Written September 30, 2016
Creepy movie! I loved the more supernatural aspect of this movie, instead of the blood and gore of most horror movies. I caught myself screaming with the rest of the theater during those surprise moments that make you jump! Loved it! It really makes ya think!
Written August 30, 2016
True horror fans be warned. This movie sucks! This is another Hollywood attempt to cash in on the teen scream. I was so glad when it was over. Much like Cabin in the Woods and The Possession, this movie preys on the corny emotions that Lifetime movies are made of.
Written October 21, 2016
I think that Guillermo del Toro is a genius of making creepy movies... That movie got lots of jump scenes))) I pretty much sure if you like supernatural genre - you should go... Its a "beautiful" supernatural movie!
Written December 07, 2016
Horror movies rely on scaring movie goers, yet some leave out the great storyline and acting. Mama delivers what a good horror needs to entertain and keep the audience hooked. Jessica Chastain (Annabel), who plays a woman not wanting children, and Nicolaj Coster-Waldau (Lucas/Jeffrey) are challenged with raising his abandoned nieces, Victoria and Lily. Mama doesn't shy away from letting you see glimpses and full shots of "Mama" flying at you. As the movie unfolds, the sins of the past are unleashed on the unfortunate souls in the present. Ultimately, building to who and what Mama is willing to kill for...