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Following the news that the Blair Witch franchise has been reinvigorated here's news pertaining to another horror revival. Paramount Pictures needed something to fill up their Halloween release schedule, following the end of their Paranormal Activity flicks, so they decided to pick up the Ring franchise, left hanging since the disappointing The Ring Two in 2005.
The year is 1971, Roger and Carolyn Perron (Ron Livingston and Lili Taylor) move, with their five daughters, into a new home. Being the horror savvy bunch that you are you'd need no telling that ANYONE moving into a new home, in a horror film, is pretty much going to be in for a rough ride, and it's not long before all-sorts of unpleasant surprises come their way.
However, to begin with, the family tend to roll with the odd surprise, pulling a quizzical face and then doing bugger all about what they saw or heard. This is nothing new, the families in both Poltergeist (1982) and The Amityville Horror (1979) also proved that American families are very accommodating with the initial onslaught of supernatural events. Naturally ghostly events escalate and the family then decide it's the right time to get matters sorted. They seek the help of paranormal investigators Ed and Lorraine Warren (Patrick Wilson and Vera Farmiga).
As far as our three protagonists know, they are the last three human beings left on the planet. Axel (Lautaro Delgado), Jonathan (William Prociuk) and Ana (Victoria Almeida) live in a house that they have fortified into a bunker, sealed away from what's left of the world they once knew. Aside from popping out to scavenge for provisions, they remain indoors, annoying each other (and us) and individually recording their thoughts on camera.
Axel is obsessed with tattooing his entire body, Ana is growing weary of her circumstances and Jonathan pines for her love. On one of their jaunts out to get supplies Axel and Jonathan capture and bring back a zombie, whom they name Pythagoras (Lucas Lagré), that they choose keep as their 'pet' - and that's pretty much it.
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