This is actually well done,
it has some new elements that the old cannibal movies did not have,
it also has some classic screenwriter / director moves.
The crash reminded me of the plane scene from the movie ‘Alive’ (1993), Green Inferno has some upgrades added to it.
IMO it plays a bit better than ‘Aftershock’
If this had been an R rated ‘doctor who’ episode, it would be one of the greatest and scariest at a time.
Oculus has what most of the contemporary horror films lack, a good story, and it will keep you hooked (almost) till the end.
Mike Flanagan’s writing is remarkable and watching Oculus made me look for other of his films.
check the short film that preceded the full length feature
Oculus: Chapter 3 – The Man with the Plan :
this would had been the best movie ever made…
a strong documentary that tries to show both sides of the game…
a sequel to “outrage”, not bad, quite ordered so you won’t get lost in the plot’s twists to much. A modern yakuza flick, that will entertain the fans of the genre.
This is really wicked, a zombie-movie we do like.