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➙ Sinister 2 Movie Detail
Release Date : 2015-08-21
Casts : Lucas Jade Zumann, Delphine Pontvieux, Shannyn Sossamon, Dartanian Sloan, Robert Daniel Sloan, Jaden Klein, Olivia Rainey, Nicholas King, James Ransone, Tate Ellington, Caden M. Fritz, Laila Haley
Duration : 97 minutes runtime
Rating : 5.2

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R | 120 min | Action, Adventure, Sci-Fi | 15 May 2015 (USA)

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Deadly Blessings (1981)

With the passing of Wes Craven this week, I decided to check out a few of his less iconic films. That desire is what led me to this under-seen (and arguably under-appreciated) Wes Craven film Deadly Blessings. The story centers around Martha, a woman living in the rural countryside with her husband Jim. However, far from an idyllic setting, one has to wonder why Martha agreed to move onto the farm with Jim.

You see, the farm they live on comes with a number of strange neighbors. For starters, there are The Hittites, a strange religious cult that, to quote one of Martha’s friends, make “the Amish look like swingers” by comparison. The only other people in close proximity are a Louisa and her daughter Faith, who are less foreboding than the Hittites, but not entirely comforting people to be around. Louisa seems friendly enough (if a bit of a busybody) but her and Faith’s hatred of the Hittites and interest in Martha and Jim seems uncomfortably extreme. Also, despite notably pronounced misandrist leanings, Louisa seems very willing to forget her “men are scum” rule when it comes to Jim (a position seemingly shared by Faith).

As if all of that isn’t enough, Jim is an exiled member of the Hittites. Why he decided to move next door to them is beyond me, but there you have it. Well, Aafter a run in with one of his old brethren William Gluntz (played by the iconic Michael Berryman from any other number of horror films), Jim ends up murdered in the barn. This starts off a series of murders that leave Martha unsure of who to trust and guessing who (or what) might be to blame. 

While she seems to suspect the Hittites, Isaiah Schmidt, their leader (Ernest Borgnine) has no doubt who is to blame: the Incubus, an unexplained but clearly evil force, is behind the murders. And wouldn’t you know it, Martha brought the Incubus down on them when she temped Jim away from the faithful. However, as Martha’s friends arrive to console her for her loss, Lana (a young Sharon Stone) begins to have some strange dreams that beg the question, could the Incubus be real after all?  

Now there is a reason this isn’t an iconic horror film for Craven. It is not the greatest of his films. However, the slasher elements are solid and the religious cult and small town isolation makes for a solid film. It has enough good moments to keep it interesting. What is more, the climax of this film (before the completely “what the fuck is happening” final 30 seconds) is full of ladies. Not naked, terrified, hopeless victim ladies, but pretty badass capable ones. So that was a refreshing thing to see in a film from 1981. 

What is more, the killing (while still punishing sexuality and transgressive behaviors) seems to be fairly equal opportunity with regards to gender here. That said, there is one element in particular (you’ll know when you see it) that I wish the film would have done without as it just felt kinda icky to me politically. But when horror (or comedy or really most anything) from the early 80s takes gender on as a pivotal theme of a film, you know there are gonna be some things that don’t stand the test of time. But putting that aside, it was still an interesting attempt to do something different and more interesting with the slasher genre at a time before slashers had even begun to be played out.

Finally, while it is a bit shitty to say that one of the best things about a movie is how you can see its influence on another, later, better movie by the same person, I am going to say it anyway. Because there are a number of themes in this that get reused to greater effect later. Also, there is one scene in this that you should see if only for the fact that it is a less refined version of an iconic shot from Nightmare On Elm Street

(Seriously, look familiar?)

While watching Deadly Blessings, it was really interesting to see how Craven cherry picked some moments from this film to refine for later use. If nothing else, this movie (which again isn’t bad) is an interesting one to check out if you are looking to explore the transition Craven was attempting to make from his earlier, exploitation based films and their gritty realism to the more inventive, surreal, and fantastical films such as Nightmare On Elm Street. It was clearly a learning experience that proved fruitful and one worth seeing for a horror fanatic (if not the casual fan).

3 out of 5 cats.