Sinister: Bughuul is One Scary Dude!
"Sinister" (2012), directed by Scott Derrickson from a script by C. Robert Cargill, is a very scary horror film, certainly one of the best horror films of recent years. It is brought to you by the director of "The Exorcism of Mary Rose," and, as in that film, the spooky plot is as important as the usual scary events. Cargill has stated that the idea for the film came from a nightmare that he had, which probably is the best source of inspiration for a horror film imaginable. He plays on the childhood of "the bogeyman," which every kid hears at some point. Like any truly great horror film, "Sinister" has plenty of twists that help keep the mood going all the way to the end.
|"No, don't look in the innocent-looking box!"|
|Death is never pretty|
|Oswalt starts out just trying to write a book, but then things become real|
|"Sinister" has its share of false scares|
|The dead children and Bughuul|
|Oswalt slowly becomes obsessed with his discovery|
|The bogeyman always is lurking in the shadows|
|Bughuul and Ashley|
|Ashley truly does become a creepy little thing|