Terrible Angels (2013) Horror Movie Review
Horror movies Review
Terrible Angels is a one of a kind movie. It is definitely unique. Writer and director, Anthony Pierce based this movie on real life events. I was amazed at the ending and I believe it was unpredictable to the majority of its audience.
The beginning of the movie was very slow and somewhat boring. I was horrified of the way Linda treated her two young children and was happy when the kids were placed in a foster home. I did not see the twist to this movie coming in any way. I thought Linda was a druggie who was going to end up being raped and dead somewhere.
I got really interested in Terrible Angels after Linda was kidnapped. It was a well written and well executed movie. I was not lost or question myself about anything in this movie. It was surprising to me at the end of the movie where I saw how the kidnapper planned everything out and had sketches of the coffins and details about the coffins. I really cannot get over the ending of the movie and yes, it is a good idea to do this as a scare tactic to individuals who need it. The kidnapper does not actually physically hurt any of his victims.
Once again, this movie is an original movie that was staged and planned well. Beginning was boring but you have to watch the entire movie to get why Linda was kidnapped and why/how she escaped. I also saw the sense in why Linda was asked to write three things she desires in life and put it in the glass bottle. The old abandoned vehicles added suspense to the movie. I honestly thought the kidnapper was a psychotic maniac who kidnaps and bury people for his own pleasure; superb ending.
Detective Ben Nolan is sent to investigate the story of a convicted prostitute and known drug dealer Linda Grossel. Linda explains that she was kidnapped and held captive for weeks. As the investigation unfolds, Linda's sanity is put to question, leaving Ben to decide whether to go on with the investigation or leave Linda to the fate of the prison system.
About Terrible Angels (2013)
Starring: Una Jo Blade, Michael Madsen, Hank Cartwright
Runtime: 95 minutes
Director: Anthony Pierce