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Mara (2018)

Mara (2018)

Olga KurylenkoCraig ConwayJavier BotetRosie Fellner
Clive Tonge


Mara (2018) is a English movie. Clive Tonge has directed this movie. Olga Kurylenko,Craig Conway,Javier Botet,Rosie Fellner are the starring of this movie. It was released in 2018. Mara (2018) is considered one of the best Crime,Horror,Thriller movie in India and around the world.

Criminal psychologist Kate Fuller is assigned to the murder of a man who has seemingly been strangled in his sleep by his wife and the only witness is their eight-year-old daughter, Sophie. As Kate digs into the mystery of an ancient demon which kills people in their sleep, she experiences the same petrifying symptoms as all previous victims and spirals through a chilling nightmare to save herself and Sophie before she dares fall asleep again.


Mara (2018) Reviews

  • Great Acting By Olga Kurylenko & Boring Storyline


    First Of All , I Want To Give Credit To Olga Kurylenko Because Have Done A Good Job In This Film As Criminal Psychologist Kate Fuller , Who Investigates The Murder Of A Man And Is Haunted By Demon Who Kills People In Their Sleep . Unfortunately , The Storyline In This Film Is Too Slow And Boring . This Film Can Make You Fall Asleep In The Cinema . I Give 4.9/10 For This Film . I'm So Disappointed .

  • Not a great one ,, but not as bad as the other reviews describe it to be ..


    So the story is not an original one ,, watched a couple of movies about that that "ghoul" or "djin" that comes to you while you're paralyzed in sleep .. but to be fair ,, there was actually more than a couple of creepy seat jumping moments ... I mean it wasn't all bad ,, even the ending was just a bit improbable if i might say. The cast were all good ,, Olga Kurylenko did a good job ,, such a talented beauty ,, I loved her back in 2007 Hitman ,, and to be honest haven't seen her much since ... That Dougie character "Craig Conway" was also really good. Overall ,, Not the scariest movie in history ,, but it's not bad at all ... watch it at 2:00 am and you'll know what i mean :D

  • Flawed but Creepy


    When a man is apparently murdered by his wife Helena (Rosie Fellner) during the night, the rookie criminal psychologist Dr. Kate Fuller (Olga Kurylenko) is assigned to investigate whether she should go to prison or to an institution. She promises to Helena´s little daughter Sophie that her mother would stay with her. But when the woman claims that a demon killed her husband during a sleep paralysis, Dr. Fuller sends her to an institution. However she decides to investigate the case further and discovers a creepy truth about an ancient demon that attacks people with sleep paralysis. "Mara" is a flawed but creepy horror film, with a demon that attacks during the sleep and slightly recalls Freddy Krueger. The viewer startles many times and the greatest flaw is how easy and quickly Kate discovers the truth about the demon checking the documents Dougie had gathered and studied for a long time. The ambiguous conclusion is also great. My vote is six. Title (Brazil): Not Available

  • Watch out. You could fall asleep.


    Whatever you do, do NOT sleep! Having problems falling asleep at night? Are you tossing and turning in bed all night? Or are frightening nightmares disturbing your well-deserved sleep? Well, in that case, I advise you not to watch "Mara", because it could possibly get worse. Now, I myself have absolutely no problems with that and always enjoy a carefree night's sleep. To be honest this film won't be the cause of me lying awake in bed while staring frightened at the ceiling. In itself it wasn't a bad movie, but I didn't think it was too original. And certainly not scary. "Mara" is a kind of "A Nightmare on Elm Street" with a similar creature as in "Mama" who surprises certain people with a nightly visit. The reason why some enjoy this privilege is a little bland. I am certain that half of the world's population would be eligible for this. Kate (Olga "Oblivion" Kurylenko) is a psychologist who is called upon in a murder case. A murder case in which a wife killed her husband in his sleep. Kate has to use all her psychological knowledge to judge the suspect's mental state. At first, it seems like Kate is a wise person who uses her analytical, down-to-earth reasoning to come to a final conclusion. But as she gets entangled in the mystery of the demon who visits poor souls during their sleep (in different stages), this intellectual attitude seems to disappear like snow in the sun. Believe me. Would I experience a few frightening confrontations with this illustrious creature, I would really believe in what those others were saying. Moreover, if I had visible evidence on video, I certainly would go to the detective who's investigating the case to let him know what I discovered. Oh, but not our Kate. Oh no. She's dead silent about it. The fact that the succubus Mara eerily resembles the phenomenon of "Mama", isn't coincidental. That's because the person who played both creeps is one and the same. Namely the Spanish actor Javier Botet. Again such a creepy, skeletal creature that walks in a staggering way. In addition to that, she also produces eerie noises. It sounds like the horrible cracking of bones. But unfortunately, she appears in the distance. In the dark, you can hardly see her. And apart from a few (very predictable) jump scares, there's actually nothing to be scared about. I'm certain the sleep deprivation is the cause of their hallucinations. But that's just my sober, realistic side speaking. No, you really can't say this film is fascinating. There were even a few moments that it felt as if I had symptoms of sleep paralysis myself. But that's because of the film itself. The funny thing about such films is that they always come up with a second scientist who is skeptical about the event. And even when it's obvious that inexplicable things are happening, he approaches the phenomenon scientifically and tries to give a rational explanation for it. Apart from the phenomenal (on the physical level) acting of Javier Botet and the acceptable acting of Olga Kurylenko, it was especially Craig Conway who impressed and convinced as the war veteran Dougie, who's fighting against falling asleep. Unfortunately, the lack of tension and the sleepwalking pace make it look rather monotonous. Are you a newbie in the field of horror, then "Mara" could make an impression. For the seasoned horror fanatics, it's pretty sleep-inducing. More reviews here : movie-freak.be

  • Not incredible, but I've such much worse. All in all enjoyable.


    Some of the ratings are too hard on this movie in my opinion. Mara was not amazing, but I genuinely enjoyed it! The plot was predicatable, but the acting and atmosphere still made it hold my attention. There were a few cheesey moments that were supposed to be scary, but it was surprisingly visually appealing and had pretty decent makeup for a low budget movie. I would rate it a 6.5, but since that's not an option I'm giving it a 7. I would consider watching it again at some point in the future.


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