New Movie Review – The Empty Man

October is my favorite month: it contains my favorite holiday, and I know Hollywood will provide me with my fix of new horror movies. I can’t get enough of them.

Until last night.

The Empty Man really disappointed me. They totally dropped the ball on editing and painting a picture that would make us care.


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Character development was pretty much nonexistent. To me, the first step in a good movie is making sure we feel some sort of emotion for the characters. Whether it be love or hate, it matters. Honestly, there were a few people that I didn’t even know their names by the time the movie was done.

It was boring. The Empty Man dragged on way too long, and the only emotion I felt was relief that it was over.

I’m not familiar with any of the actors that were in it, therefore I wasn’t able to judge how their acting stacked up. None of them really popped or stood out from the crowd.

Don’t bother

This was a dreary movie with a semi-interesting plot that was not executed very well. In my opinion, save yourself the ticket price and wait for it to pop into Netflix.

Grade: D+

About The Peetimes: I recommend the 2nd Peetime. The first one is there only for emergencies as it has some plot development. I was able to sum it up easily and it wouldn’t disrupt the flow of the movie but there was a lot of information given in a short amount of time.

There are no extra scenes during, or after, the end credits of The Empty Man. (What we mean by Anything Extra.)

Rated (R) Language|Disturbing Images|Some Sexuality and Nudity|Violence
Genres: Crime, Drama, Horror, Mystery, Thriller

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