Luckily, before watching Unsane, I looked it up on IMDB. I discovered that the entire movie was shot with an IPhone camera. I was really curious to see how the movie ‘looked.’ It was hard to get used to, and it kind of threw me off. For the first hour of the movie I really was disappointed, and not at all into it.
The story took a while to shape up. Once it did, I was really interested in what in the world was going on. They did a great job of keeping you in the dark. There were a few times that I thought I had it figured out and then poof, I was wrong again.
I’m really on the fence about this movie. I didn’t really like it but I didn’t hate it. I think the bad and the good evened out, and therefore I’ll give it a C. I’ll give you a heads up that you should really pay attention to everything going on. There were a few things that I look back on, and had the light bulb go off after it was over.
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Favorite movie genre: Horror, horror, and more horror. The more disturbing, the better. Period.