The Speak
Unspeakably lame
By: Don Morton | Sep 29, 2011 | Issue: 914 | No Comments | 1,580 views

© 2010 THE SPEAK PRODUCTIONS LLC

Title in Japan: The Speak
Director: Anthony Pierce
Starring: Paige Stone, Tom Sizemore
Year: 2011
Country: USA
Running Time: 83 min

In yet another weak Blair Witch/Cloverfield/Paranormal Activity clone, an amateur film crew gains access to a purportedly haunted hotel for a bit of ghostbusting, and lives (or perhaps doesn’t) to regret it. They bring along a Native American, who knows a chant (a “speak”) that will bring entities over from the spirit world. She cautions against this but goes ahead and performs the ritual anyway. This is a paragon of logic compared to the rest of this tedious film, which consists mostly of repetitive POV shots of rushing through the hotel’s darkened corridors. Unspeakably lame.

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