Year: 2014 Genre: Horrors, Thriller, Detective Director: Dallas Richard Hallam, Patrick Horvath Country: United States Actors: Katie Lotz, Camilla Luddington, Scott Michael Foster, Patrick Fischler, Amy Pietz, Haley Hudson, Nicky Michaud Description Pact 2 - action-packed thriller with an intriguing detective story. It also steps onto well-worn paths that make it too closely comparable to formulaic horror-crime thrillers. June realizes that her boyfriend David is actually the Judas copycat. I always appreciate a film addressing these basic logical questions. However most people seemed to really like the original and not really this one. She also moonlights as a Jack Davis-inspired comic book artist. It did not take long before Annie Barlow eliminated maniac nicknamed Judas as the city begins to wield a maniac-wannabe.
I thought it was great. June tells Annie that she thinks Judas wants her because he may be her biological father. The main character confuses its reference to reality, and the worst thing that in the circumstances it can not even trust myself and my mind. A quick sting before the end credits left the sequel door ajar, in a somewhat cheap fashion, although only by a slim crack. During the subsequent investigation, Ballard questions June about the argument she had with Maggie prior to the murder.
Someone then attacks Annie and stabs her in the back through a door. Annie begins experiencing a series of intense and disturbing dreams visions that lead her to uncover something terrible about her mothers past that is finally revealing itself. Once the back half of the script moves its attention away from spooky mood moments and onto late-breaking exposition, the dun-dun-dun plot turns become telegraphed at worst and overlookable at best. Meanwhile, the investigation comes to a standstill. I thought this was a nice plot-swerve.
Something else his movie did was to end its individual arcs on mostly definitive notes. Ballard then finds June trespassing at the Maggie Abbott crime scene and the two of them have a confrontation. Since genre fanatics began to show signs of interest in the Japanese ghost stories nearing the start of the second millennium, America has been remaking and most often poorly imitating the craft of Asian Horror. Despite drawing the woman from her visions and dreams, June claims to not recognize Ellie. Yes, there are some well directed scare tactics, but the delivery amounts to little more than disappointment.
June has periodic visions of an unknown woman and begins drawing her as part of a graphic novel. David goes home to his girlfriend June Abbott, who works days as a trauma scene cleaner and nights as a comic book artist. While keeping the information secret from David, June tells Annie that she thinks the murders are not the work of a copycat, but that Judas has somehow returned. Ballard asks if June has had any contact with Annie Barlow before telling June that she may be a target of the Judas copycat. David tells June to get out of the house and promises that he is on his way with a squad car. Unexpected turn become what, in one of the reference, on the site June killer sees himself and this leads her to a shocking confusion.
The plot happens without anything gained. . The film mainly features Camilla Luddington as June Abbot, a daughter of a Judas Killer victim as mentioned above. June knocks out Ballard with a brick and ties him to a chair. I have two big gripes with this film: 1 Once again, what is this pact? After doing background research at the police station, Ballard pays a visit to David and June. Back at her home, June receives another visit from Ballard.
Despite being dead, June believes that Judas has somehow found a way to return, and he wants revenge. Annie played by Caity Lotz feels like everybody in her family leave her. June reexamines the attic and finds the severed heads of Ellie Ford and Maggie Abbott. David gives June the knife to stab Ballard, but she uses it to stab David instead. Camilla Luddington has the right amount of screen presence to inflate June with texture when the screenplay has her more flatly defined. Plot: June experiences unsettling events in her house.
The main character of the film a woman named June sees the nightmares in which the unknown brutally killing a woman. While going through the items later, June is frightened from her home by a shadowy apparition. What you should know from Pact 1: Annie believes her family home to be haunted, so she gets her psychic friend Stevie to help out. She draws these vivid nightmares as a hobby. Will Joon understand their reference and help investigators catch the killer, or she was confused at what is happening and will be on the other side of the investigation. Another part comes from the unfolding intrigue of a murder mystery linking two realities. Well into the second act, I was overcome with movie deja vu.