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"Love Never Dies. Even When It Should."
  • TV-MA
  • 2015
  • 1 hr 14 min
  • 4.7  (779)

Follow is a 2015 American horror movie that tells the story of a young couple, Katharine and Jasper, who decide to go on a road trip to Los Angeles. During their journey, they come across a strange phenomenon where they notice a woman constantly following them. Although they try to ignore her, the woman persists and becomes increasingly threatening, leading the couple to believe that she might have a dangerous agenda.

The lead roles of Katharine and Jasper are played by Haley Lu Richardson and Noah Segan, respectively. Haley Lu Richardson started her acting career in 2012 and has since appeared in various movie and TV shows such as The Edge of Seventeen and Split. Noah Segan started his acting career in 1996 and has appeared in several movies including Star Wars: The Last Jedi and Knives Out. The role of the stalker is portrayed by Sabrina Carmichael, while the role of Jasper's father is played by Don Most.

Follow is directed by Owen Egerton who is an American screenwriter, actor, producer, and director known for his works such as Mercy Black and Blood Fest. It is produced by Chris Ohlson and Kelly Williams, with the screenplay by Egerton. The movie premiered at the South by Southwest (SXSW) Festival in 2015 and has garnered mixed reviews from international critics.

The movie's plot follows Katharine and Jasper as they embark on a journey to Los Angeles. Jasper is a struggling writer trying to find inspiration for his next novel while Katharine tags along looking to bond with her partner. However, their trip takes a terrifying turn when they notice a woman following them everywhere they go. At first, they try to ignore her but eventually, they become increasingly suspicious and begin to investigate who she is and what she wants.

As the story unravels, the couple realizes that the stalker is not just any ordinary woman. She is intelligent, dangerous, and has a hidden agenda that threatens their very existence. As they try to escape from her clutches, the couple discovers the woman's true identity and the reason why she is after them. The movie builds up tension as the couple navigates through a maze of clues to uncover the mystery of their stalker's identity.

What sets Follow apart from most horror movies is its unique premise that involves a human stalker rather than a supernatural one. The movie is more of a psychological thriller that plays on the viewers' fears of being stalked and hunted. The storyline also features elements of mystery and suspense that keep the viewers on the edge of their seats throughout the movie.

Technically, the movie is well executed with good cinematography and sound design. The use of lighting and camera angles adds to the theme of mystery and suspense. The acting performances are quite convincing, especially by Richardson and Segan, who show great chemistry on screen. The background score by Brain Simalchik also adds to the horror and suspense of the movie.

In conclusion, Follow is an engaging horror movie that explores the theme of being followed and hunted by a human stalker. The story builds up tension and keeps the viewers guessing till the end. The acting performances and technical aspects of the movie are well executed. Despite garnering mixed reviews from critics, the movie is worth watching for horror movie enthusiasts who prefer psychological thrillers over supernatural horror.

Follow is a 2015 thriller with a runtime of 1 hour and 14 minutes. It has received mostly poor reviews from critics and viewers, who have given it an IMDb score of 4.7.

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    1 hr 14 min
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    4.7  (779)