Oculus (2014) Movie Review | 4 Critic Reviews |

cast:

Katee Sackhoff, Karen Gillan, Brenton Thwaites, Rory Cochrane, James Lafferty, Annalise Basso, Garrett Ryan, Miguel Sandoval, Katie Parker, Kate Siegel

Oculus Posterdirection:

Mike Flanagan

story:

Mike Flanagan, Jeff Seidman

screenplay:

Mike Flanagan, Jeff Howard

dialogue:

cinematography:

Michael Fimognari

music:

The Newton Brothers

produced by:

Marc D. Evans, Trevor Macy

language:

English

Not Ratedgenre:

Horror

release date:

11-April-2014 (India)
run time:
105 minutes


Trailer-


Reviews- (Ratings out of 10)
  •  Times of India -Renuka Vyavahare Rating-7
To begin with, Oculus bears no resemblance to 2008 horror film Mirrors. It is by far one of the most cleverly executed psychological horror films that puts you through hell without resorting to gore. The non-linear narrative structure sees the past overlapping with present, real with unreal,

  •  Indian Express -Shalini Langer Rating-7
Developed by Mike Flanagan from a much-liked 2006 short film of his, Oculus’s success as a horror thriller lies in how well it keeps its characters and consequently the audience on their toes. It raises the questions that matter without letting you feel settled about any of the answers it offers.

  •  DNA -Tushar Joshi Rating-7
Mirrors have always caught the fancy of writers who deal with the horror genre. There is something beyond an ordinary reflection that can take you to a dark place. In Oculus we are introduced to one such object that is responsible for multiple deaths over the year.

  •  Book My Show -Saumya Sharma Rating-4
The thing about most horror films is that there is always that one victim, that one thing that causes people to believe that there is possibly something that is not right about the surroundings. One such story is that of brother-sister duo, Kaylie Russell (Karen Gillian) and Tim Russell (Brenton Thwaites)

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