ByCaitlin Monaghan, writer at
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Caitlin Monaghan

If you're into films like 'The Conjuring' or the Paranormal Activity films, than you may enjoy this film.

The film starts off with Greta being taken to a remote house in England so that she is able to work as a nanny for a couple's 8 year old boy. She soon finds out that the boy is in fact a doll and eventually learns that boy died in a fire 20 years prior.

The film has a bit of a slow pace but releases bits and pieces of information that you don't really think about until the third act starts happening.

Much like the main character, Greta, I thought it must have been some kind of joke or that the doll is possessed, like Annabelle.

After Greta arrives at the house, you can tell that there is something just off about the place but you can't really tell what it is.

When the Heelshire's leave the 'doll' in Greta's care, a few of the strange things that Greta had experienced become more strange.

When Greta starts believing that doll is real, I was going she is either crazy, the doll is possessed or there is someone else in the house moving it.

I thought the camera work was really well done. The shots were just lovely to look at. The editing and sound design was done really well.

For the most part, I thought the acting was decent but not great.

All in all, I thought film was pretty good and worth checking out.


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