Welcome to "MA"s House: Film Review

Welcome to "MA"s House: Film Review

Photo Credit: IMDB

Photo Credit: IMDB

A party at MA’s is one you don’t wanna miss. Universal Pictures and Blumhouse’s newest psychological thriller brings its audience a terrifying glimpse into the mind of a truly disturbed individual. Octavia Spencer creates a truly entertaining, yet terrifying character reminiscent of Kathy Bates’s Annie Wilkes in 1990’s hit thriller “Misery”. Her performance grips the audiences as we wait to see what she will do next; in a way we become one of the the kids she seduces into believing she is the fun loving Sue Ann. As the film progresses her kind and free spirit turns in a dark and manipulated killer. A another phenomenal performance by Spencer.

Photo Credit: IMDB

Photo Credit: IMDB

Newcomer Diana Silvers brings a modern twist on the classic scream queen heroine. Silvers performance as “Maggie” is both charming yet powerful as she takes hold of her strength whiling attempting to save her new friends. Aiding her on this journey is stand out McKaley Miller as “Haley”. Miller’s charismatic performance is sure to bring relatable moments for the audience with comedic one liners to what are some of the most nail biting moment in the film. Miller is sure to be one actress to watch out for in the future.

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Finally big screen favorites such as Juliette Lewis and Luke Evans create complex yet likable parent to our young victims. Over all “MA” is thrill ride from its opening Blumhouse bumper to the first credit scroll on the screen, showing that a party at “MA”’s is one you don’t want to miss.

“MA” enters theaters on MAY 31st!

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