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Oculus
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  • Rated: R
  • Genre: Horror
  • Year: 2014
Audio
English Dolby Digital 5.1
Subtitles:
English, Spanish
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Oculus
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  • Rated: R
  • Genre: Horror
  • Year: 2014
Audio
English DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1
Subtitles:
English, Spanish

Synopsis

Seeing is deceiving in this disturbingly original horror flick that reflects heart-stopping terror as you’ve never imagined! It’s been ten years since the lives of siblings Tim and Kaylie Russell were shattered and Tim was convicted of murdering their parents. Now released from a mental institution, Tim wants to move on, but his sister has other plans. Kaylie blames their childhood nightmare on the Lasser Glass—an antique mirror with a grisly history—which she intends to destroy by any means possible, even as the mysterious entity continues to cast sinister spells on anyone who gazes into it.

Disc Information

**Theatrical Feature

**Inside The Mirror: Creating Oculus
**Theatrical Trailer

Cast & Crew

Karen Gillan ... Kaylie Russell
Brenton Thwaites ... Tim Russell
Rory Cochrane ... Alan Russell
Katee Sackhoff ... Marie Russell
James Lafferty ... Michael Dumont
Annalise Basso ... Young Kaylie
Garrett Ryan ... Young Tim

Reviews

Richard Roeper Richard Roeper.com | April 19, 2014

"Reaches right through you and chills you to the bone."

James Berardinelli ReelViews | April 11, 2014

For a horror movie, Oculus is surprisingly lean on the scares. It's more interested in playing tricks with perception and bending reality.

Tom Long Detroit News | April 11, 2014

"Oculus" is haunting because it messes with your head. That's where the ghosts are.

Tirdad Derakhshani Philadelphia Inquirer | April 11, 2014

What makes Oculus ingenious is how Flanagan and co-writer Jeff Howard take this hackneyed storyline and twist it - round 'n' round - ad infinitum into a dizzying corkscrew of a narrative.

Robert Abele Los Angeles Times | April 10, 2014

Less concerned with fake shocks and show-me violence than the grimly calibrated rotting of personalities, "Oculus" is one of the more intelligently nasty horror films in recent memory.

Michael O'Sullivan Washington Post | April 10, 2014

"Oculus" director Mike Flanagan has crafted a satisfyingly old-fashioned ghost story that, in its evocation of shivery dread, is the most unnerving poltergeist picture since "The Conjuring."

Colin Covert Minneapolis Star Tribune | April 10, 2014

"Oculus" is not just a howling good horror film. It's a terrific film by any standard - a smart, character-driven, original hair-raiser that creeped the socks off me with no cheap scares.

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