Revelator (2017) is a English movie. J. Van Auken has directed this movie. Lillian Solange Beaudoin,Barrow Davis-Tolot,Shelly DeChristofaro,Joe DeSoto are the starring of this movie. It was released in 2017. Revelator (2017) is considered one of the best Horror movie in India and around the world.
John Dunning, a disgraced psychic who sees the dead, is thrust in the midst of the embattled Bellvue family empire, and must investigate the suspicious death of the last heir, while cynical journalist Valerie Kreuger documents his every move; but when the death is ruled a murder and John the sole suspect, he must venture into the depths of madness to uncover the truth about the family and their power, before he loses his mind - or worse.
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Revelator (2017) Reviews
Out of all the horror movies I have seen, this was the worst.
My wife and I watch a horror movie every Sunday night, and have been doing so for about 7 years. Of all of those hundreds of movies (some of which were really bad) this was by far the worst. The filmography was horrible, the acting was horrible, the sound quality was horrible, the plot was horrible. Whoever made it should be ashamed and saddened by their true failure. This movie was so bad that I created an IMDb account just to write this review. 0/10 stars I hope you take this review seriously and save yourself 2 hours.
An ambitious indie worth your time
SPOILER FREE REVIEW Just saw an advance screening for Revelator (2017) and I have to say that for all its constraints (perhaps in spite of them) the film proves an ambitious, intriguing indie that walks the line between a ghost story and a murder mystery in a way that the majority of films of its ilk can't manage. The central mystery to the film strays from the run-of-the-mill whodunit gradually, and leads the audience down a rabbit hole into the obscure and occult. The production and performances are subtle and understated, and the photography equally deliberate. Revelator is a slow, methodical exercise in deception frankly unlike any "indie horror" you're likely to see, and for that it's worth your time.
The sound was awful, needed subtitles.
This movie seemed like it could've had promise, but between the awful sound and the story line becoming weak after one of the dead sees him, which has never happened before. I thought it would get better from there, but the movie just lost its appeal. I thought Dunning would be interacting with the dead more than he did. I wanted to like it, but it was a fail.
Both the actress who plays Valerie Kruger
and the sound are SO bad, I couldn't go on watching. Difficult to believe that all three of these people (two for sound, one for acting) are experienced professionals because their product is just awful. Everybody else and the writing seemed interesting, as far as I got. But I couldn't stand anymore. I cannot recommend this film.
poor attempt to a horror flick
Over-all this is just a bad film, the script is amateurish, the acting is laughable and not credible, but that is mostly due to a really poorly written storyline and ridiculous scenes and conversations. The characters are flat and suffer from a drama school play feel, there is no easing in to the story, just straight into some mediocre effects. The soundtrack feels dated and just plain lazy. The idea has something, but it suffers from all above. Nowadays we can expect more from low budget horror, just look at It Follows and the Blair Witch Project. A little more contemporary and better script writing and this could be something fun.