Agoraphobia (2015) is a English movie. Lou Simon has directed this movie. Cassandra Scerbo,Adam Brudnicki,Tony Todd,Aniela McGuinness are the starring of this movie. It was released in 2015. Agoraphobia (2015) is considered one of the best Horror,Mystery,Thriller movie in India and around the world.
An agoraphobic inherits her father's house in a remote part of the Florida Keys. When weird things start happening, she discovers that there's something far more terrifying trapped inside the house with her.
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A 90's movie with Sigourney Weaver with the same condition and also a thriller and that was a fairly good movie. This is sad in comparison and has some annoying acting and a cast that don't feel comfortable with their roles. The story goes all over the place and it's like they could not decide with which genre to go. So it dumps some bad effects on you calling it a supernatural flick than it turns into a thriller when you find out her husband is cheating on her and wants to kill her. The mixing of genres is not that easy and this is another example of a failed attempt. It looked like they had some budget on this but somewhere with the script or the director and certainly the casting something went wrong. Would be nice to see a project with the basic subject matter because done right it would still be something I would watch. You can watch it if you want. But...I don't recommend it. A messy movie.
Another movie by Lou Simon who at present time does not have the best record with me, her movies have been less than impressive. Agoraphobia tells the story of a young woman suffering from *Drumroll* agoraphobia who moves into her newly inherited home but begins to question whether she's alone. Starring Cassandra Scerbo who I will always just see as that girl from the Sharknado films who shows her cleavage a lot. Also we have the horror legend that is Tony Todd, though his presence is sadly minimal. The majority of the film is highly generic and very uninteresting. It's not until the end when the film delivers a twist and steps up its game, but by that point it's a tad too late. The finale saved Agoraphobia from sheer mediocrity and though it's still nothing special it's a harmless enough 84 minutes for fans of the genre. The Good: Tony Todd Maria Olsen for the first time ever Nice twist The Bad: Tony Todd felt wasted Highly cliched for the most part Things I Learnt From This Movie: Can we have a horror movie where the family doesn't have pets please? We all know how that works out
Although the acting leaves a lot to be desired and the script isn't exactly the best, this film is quite a thought provoking one. With an interesting plot and some (rather predictable) twists and turns as the narrative progresses, it's not the worst film I've seen by a mile. The characters are a bit weak and not very well rounded or well thought out but if you can look past these few issues and just accept that it's not a big budget, Hollywood blockbuster, the film does have its good moments and is quite entertaining. I found this a rather mediocre offering at best, and feel that the original concept was a good one that sadly wasn't portrayed to its full potential.
The film opens with blood and gore as a man is chopping up a woman to fit her in a garbage bag. It isn't hard to figure this scene out. Faye (Cassie Scerbo- SHARKNADO 1 and 3 hottie) has a deep fear of the outdoors and must live in the huge house she inherited. Her husband (Adam Brudnicki) is an attorney who can't always come home at night. Dr. Murphy (Tony Todd ) keeps Faye heavily sedated as she has hallucinations in addition to her fear. Elizabeth (Julie Kendall) who was dad's girlfriend, believes she is entitled to the house. This ghost story feels more like a soap opera than a horror film. There are few characters and the acting is under whelming with dialogue that doesn't excite. Guide: No swearing that I recall. No sex or nudity.
An agoraphobic woman inherits her father's house only to find it haunted. Everyone thinks she's seeing things and that her condition is getting worse but something is there trying to tell her something. This thing sucked. Tony Todd played the doctor who had very little screen time and Maria Olsen had a brief appearance as well. What made this so awful was Cassandra Scerbo's performance. She wasn't convincing at all and you laugh when she tries to look upset. Even if she did a better job the script would still suck. There is a cheesy little twist but by that point you don't even care about the movie anymore.