Veronica – Did I have to turn it off? | KT Review

Is it scary enough to make you turn it off?

There have been loads of articles and stories about Veronica. It’s supposed to be the scariest thing since the last things that made you jump outta your skin. And many people have had to turn it off part way through because it was soooo frikkin scary! But, I’ve also seen people in the horror groups saying something a little different. So bear in mind that I watch a lot of horror movies. And I am determined to watch until the end – but I’m just going to nip to the loo first, just in case.

Veronica

Set in 1991 in Madrid, a Teenage girl is besieged by supernatural forces that have followed her home after playing with an ouija board at school with friends.

Starring Sandra Escacena (Dias de Cine)Bruna González (Sunday’s Illness, El Domingo)Claudia Placer (Locked Up, Centro Medico), Ana Torrent (The Other Boleyn Girl,  Love in Difficult Times), and Consuelo Trujillo (Me Too, South From Granada). 

Veronica
via IMDb

Veronica Review Conclusion

I would watch it again – Whilst it’s probably yet another overhyped movie -I definitely didn’t feel the need to turn it off at any point- it’s still a pretty good movie. The effects are really good, I enjoyed the story, and it’s a watchable movie. A good one to watch late at night whilst home alone.

4 stars 

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Horror and Fantasy Author – Also writing as K.T. McQueen. Love Western Horror, cowboy boots, my cactus Collin, & my Demon Cat.
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