Drama • NR • 2014 • 1 hr 34 min
A imaginative psychologically thriller horror. Is the demon real, or the minds questioning mental depression. Very original and spooky.
No cheesy jumpscares, just psychological shocks done amazingly well. Impressive acting from the mother and son.
A chilling exploration of grief and fear, brought to life by stellar performances and unsettling visuals.
A horror movie that will keep you guessing. Creepy all the way through and ultimately unsettling.
A metaphor executed adequately, draws blatant similarities to the structure of 1980 'The Shining'. Nominate the kid for most annoying ever.
The ending was very weird and the movie made me unsettled, but it was good!
The beginning was slightly spooky, but the whole Babadook is gay meme and his whole vibe just makes the film a bit of a spoof.
It's Great that you can interpret this movie in different ways
Wasn't the worst film, had great pacing. Solid watch.
Well Made, well acted and Creepy as hell! Probably in my top 5 favorite horror movies!
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