1st Summoning (2018) - Horror

Hohum Score

33

Bearable

Student filmmakers uncover occult rituals tied to an abandoned warehouse, then gradually realize the horror is closer than they think.

IMDB: 3.3
Director: Raymond Wood
Stars: Hayley Lovitt, Jason MacDonald
Length: 97 Minutes
PG Rating: N/A
Reviews: 21 out of 74 found boring (28.37%)

One-line Reviews (27)

It was so totally predictable about why the Mark character really wanted to go to that particular site.

Were they using an empty Cheetos bag as a windscreen for the microphone?

I really like this movie, and had a slow but suspenseful beginning and when it ramped up with violence and action it was excellent with quite a few jump-scares!

The plot is beyond predictable.

Don't waste your time .

Predictable tropes.

With that being said, 1st Summoning was a long drawn out garbled mess.

Although just 93 minutes long, it feels very long and slow, devoting too much time to the characters in the movie bickering and talking.

Do you by any chance have a bad case of insomnia.

It's a mess, with no plot.

So much so that it has become cliché to rate them as such.

Cliche, repetitive, boring, and found footage done in the worst possible way.

This is one of the worst movies that I have ever come across.

It's just so DULL.

Arguably the worst movie ever.

Not bad in a funny interesting way, but an all around awful waste of time.

Don't waste your time with this piece of crap

Predictable to the last scene, with a budget so low it could have been a student's college last assignment, this so-called movie is an absolute waste of time.

Going to some small town to visit a potentially haunted factory sounds like a boring episode of Ghost Adventures.

UNWATCHABLE.

So many horrible scenes just an 1.33 waste of good movie watching time.

Listen, I love me a bad horror movie but this is unwatchable.

Good found footage film a lot of nice camera pans predictable yet eerie it's worth the watch and worth every minute.

The acting is awful and the story is slow, boring and predictable.

The entire film clearly builds to the four characters arriving at the warehouse but after all the predictable buildup it fails in its climax.

Confusing editing.

The story is predictable, I gave three stars because I did jump a couple of times...