The rating is R.
The scary, independent and frightening horror movie “Vicious” is not part in the “spiritual”. It opened with a scene from 1993 and was set up in a children’s hospital. A doctor noticed him drinking electricity. “It is time to remove cancer,” said another British accented doctor. You would have hoped that someone would cut the script for Akela Cooper’s TV show “The 100”.
We moved to today and met Madison Mitchell (Annabelle Wallis, star of the spin-off drama “Annabelle”) Madison should be careful as she lives in Amityville Horror. Her late stages of pregnancy are over, but her husband Derek (Jack Abel), slapped her head against the wall, causing her bleeding. You’ll soon notice that the lights are flickering and that a figure with long, black hair appears in shadow. Night becomes more chaotic. The mixer starts by itself. The refrigerator door opens. The TV switches on. Adios, Derek.
Seattle detective Kekoa “Ke” Shaw (George Young) and the wise Regina Moss (Michelle Brianna White) and Madison’s aspiring actor sister Sydney (Maddie Hasson) appeared in a In the scene, she dressed up as a princess. Madison appeared to be present during the bloody operation when a thin shadow figure used a trophy equipped with a long-wing blade to kill a doctor in a children’s hospital. Madison was adopted, and is currently a patient at the hospital. The only thing that binds these sisters together is their inability or unwillingness to act.
It doesn’t remind you of any other good movies. In addition to Wallis’s (not very) creepy screams, the most notable thing about “Vicious” is how second-rate it is, from the aforementioned acting and screenwriter to the director of James Wan (” Angry 7″, “Call of Souls 2″). Two weeks after her husband’s pending murder, Madison, who lost her baby, returned to Amityville House to spend the night alone and installed latches on all doors. We met our guide Jenny (Suzanne Thompson), who showed visitors the underground part of the Pioneer Square area of ”Old Seattle”. The light flashes.
Madison was a child and had a imaginary friend named Gabriel (Marina Mazepa). This was not an angel. Gabriel would call her from her toy phone. Gabriel appears to have learned how to use a cell phone. Sydney drove alone to Madison’s old hospital to retrieve Madison’s analog records. They are kept in the basement. Director Wan, co-creator and author of the disgusting “Saw”, increased his stake on frightening images and bloody hand to hand combat, unable to fully use this plot or these characters. To unravel the “behind (Madison’s) head” memory, the police hired a hypnotist. I advise you not to go there and to not watch the flickering “vicious”.
(“Malignant”) contains disturbing images and graphic surgical scenes.