Poltergeist (2015)

Poltergeist (2015)
Looking to make a fresh, new start, the Bowen family move into the idyllic neighborhood. Strange things begin to happen as they try to settle into their new home. The forces within the home turn more sinister, taking younger daughter, Madison, leaving the family to reach out to paranormal researchers who soon realize they’re not dealing with an average haunting. Here are a few movie mistakes to look for while watching 2015’s “Poltergeist”.

· Just as Amy is putting her son, Griffin, to bed, he yells out for his night lite. She quickly plugs the light into the wall. The light is on and remains that way when he starts to get scared. He runs to get his dad, but when Eric shows up, the night lite is off although all the other lights are on.

· Kendra is babysitting Griffin and Madison while their parents are out for dinner. Kendra is sitting on the sofa, texting her friend, when the phone starts to get interference. She’s originally holding the phone with both hands. In the front view, Kendra switches the phone to her right hand, her index finger on the top, and starts to grab her earpiece with her left. The scene switches to a view of the phone, from over Kendra’s shoulder, and she’s holding it again with both hands. It cuts back to the front view and she’s holding the phone in her left hand. The fingers on her right hand are touching the side.

· Eric and Griffin are sitting at the table. The front view of Eric, when he asks Griffin if he’s all right, shows he’s holding a drill and changing the drill bit with another, shorter piece. Griffin answers, “I’m a little scared”, and, in the close-up view, there’s no drill bit as Eric is testing the drill. Eric proceeds to put another drill bit in.

· CAUTION: May Contain Spoilers! Near the end of the movie, the family is trying to escape the house after being pulled back in. Madison approaches the upstairs TV and Kendra moves her out of the way. The TV screen is facing Kendra when she pushes it onto the floor. The screen is facing the opposite way, face up, when it lands on the floor and she stomps it.

“Poltergeist” (2015) stars Sam Rockwell, Rosemarie DeWitt, Saxon Sharbino, Kyle Catlett, Kennedi Clements, Jared Harris, Jane Adams, Susan Heyward and Nicholas Braun. It runs 93 minutes and is rated PG-13 for intense frightening sequences, brief suggestive material, and some language.


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