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This nonstop barrage of scares and super creepy set pieces is the equivalent of venturing into a haunted house attraction. It doesn't offer much in the way of a fully fleshed out plot with concrete answers, but it doesn't need to.
Writer-director Demián Rugna isn't that concerned about little matters like lucidity or pacing, preferring to lean into those components that are grotesque, unfathomable, and morbidly amusing.
Clearly a student and fan of horror, Rugna's images are primal.
...just another tedious ghost-based horror movie that dwells far too long on the less-than-engrossing exploits of its human characters.
There's no laborious backstory meted out between repetitive "boo!" moments. Instead, we're thrown right into well-crafted spooky scenarios and constantly left off-balance.
Terrified knows exactly how to make your skin crawl.
A very unique and surprising horror film. It not only delivers legitimate scares from beginning to end, it also has delightfully disgusting images, interesting characters, and a fascinating story.
Has effective sequences, but it's ultimately a mish-mash of horror tropes, a parade of things you've seen before repackaged in shiny wrapping.
Rugna is expert in leaving the viewer mystified, confused and in precisely the state signified by his film's title, as he confronts us with the unknown, the inevitable and the irrepressible.
Terrified is one of those movies that takes a good minute to get there, but once it finally does it doesn't stop. [Full Review in Spanish]
Terrified is a great technical feat enough to put this genre film at the top of the heap in Argentina's repertoire. [Full Review in Spanish]
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