By ajsample77
Written August 24, 2012
People save your money! I promise u. U will hate it. I was falling asleep. I thought I would give it chance and now I'm out $7.50 and oh yeah, GAS MONEY! And time I'll never get back. Smash it when it comes out on Redbox.
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why not.

By natebump77
Written September 05, 2012
from beginning to end, it was short-lived. the acting and the way all horror film genres include a half naked star, couldnt save this movie at all. the start showed a bit of excitement but as the movie longed into a haunting type situation, i didnt care for it at all. glad i went for free and didnt pay to see it. dont waste your money.
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it was ok

By chrisnc8
Written August 26, 2012
I was so excited to see this movie, the preview looked great and thought it was going to be full of suspense and great horror. what a disappointment. It dragged in the beginning, there were not enough scary moments for me. It had some cool moments but not til towards the end of the movie. I was confused as the preview and promo indicated "once you believe you die" which really was not talked about in the movie so it didn't make sense to me. The actress who played the lead was just awful. She could not act and it distracted me from the story.
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By lstarkillers
Written August 02, 2014
not worth the money, good build up but the end not so much
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The Apparition - Apparently pretty bad

By korhal
Written September 16, 2014
For what it's worth, the movie had a good premise: a bunch of college kids try to recreate a summoning ritual to bring back the ghost of a dead guy, but something goes horribly wrong, and only believing in the ghost makes him real. (SPOILERS) It fails to execute it properly, however, and the only times any "believing" occurred were during the rituals where thoughts were amplified by 400, 4000, and 400000 (really?). The the male lead (Sebastian Stan) was utterly flat and without personality, and the Kristen Stewart look-alike, Ashley Greene, didn't help matters much. Tom Felton brought more to the movie in his right hand than either of the leads did. Hell, even the girl at the beginning of the movie played her part better than most of the rest of the cast. There were a couple of cool scenes, like the door-nailing scene and the part where the furniture merged with the rest of the house, but that was about it. If I had to grade it, I'd give it a C-. Only somewhat entertaining.
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