3:31 great, now I'm having Freddy Krueger flashbacks again.
Can't wait to see it I'm obsessed with the house the real amtyville horror house is in new York.
If it's in a word or it's in a look you can't get rid of the Babadook Me: uno reverse card.
LET ME IN three little pigs wants to know your location.
One of my favorite horror movies of the last 20 years if you didnt do it already could you make a video on It Follows.
Hey, ya old babacrook. I don't give a babafook. 🤣🙄. Well, if i were that kid and I would see my mother that scary and dangerous and crazy, i would go with the babadook lol. The Babadook. Man watching this at 12 isn't a good idea. Official website. Foundflix:She isn't releasing her grief. The Look-see has entered the chat.
A solid horror movie which was, for me, a little disappointing. I kept hearing it was the best horror flick in a long while, and I just can't agree. The set-up feels a little cliché, first off. The biggest flaw is that the central metaphor (and pretty much the whole plot) is laid out in such a hamfisted way, I was just watching it play out exactly the way they said it was going to. The monster, the Babadook, is a shadowy entity that's haunting a single mother and her poorly behaved six year-old son. Early in the film, the child finds a strange storybook and has his mother read it as a bedtime story - it's this book that tells us the whole story up front (more its second appearance a little while later than right away. As unsurprising as it, it's still fairly successful. There are plenty of nice chills to be had. Essie Davis, who plays the mother, is absolutely fantastic, actually giving one of the best performances of the year. The son, Noah Wiseman, well, let's just say you're going to want to strangle him from the outset. That's exactly the reaction Jennifer Kent wanted, and thus his casting is beyond perfect.
The most terrifying thing is this mans arm hair.