February (2016) 1080p YIFY Movie

February (2016) 1080p

Two terrified girls must battle a mysterious evil force when they get left behind at their boarding school over winter break in this chilling and suspenseful horror film.

IMDB: 5.310 Likes

  • Genre: Horror | Thriller
  • Quality: 1080p
  • Size: 1.80G
  • Resolution: 1920x1080 / 24.000 fpsfps
  • Language: English
  • Run Time: 93
  • IMDB Rating: 5.3/10 
  • MPR: Normal
  • Peers/Seeds: 0 / 1

The Synopsis for February (2016) 1080p

Two terrified girls must battle a mysterious evil force when they get left behind at their boarding school over winter break in this chilling and suspenseful horror film.

The Director and Players for February (2016) 1080p

[Director]Osgood Perkins
[Role:]Lucy Boynton
[Role:]Lauren Holly
[Role:]Emma Roberts

The Reviews for February (2016) 1080p

I don't think the director understands horror/suspenseReviewed bydissident320Vote: 3/10

These days when a movie is under 100 minutes I feel like it will be tightly plotted or stretched beyond its story. This one is definitely the latter where there's enough to fill a 20 minute short but no more than that.

Everything technically is fine. The cinematography is decent, the sound design and music is respectable but it never becomes a movie. It's like he watched a few horror movies and made a checklist as he included all the usual things.

The story is non-existent and there's huge chunks of time where no one is speaking or doing much of anything. Walking slowly down a hallway, that's a scene that happens a few times. Sitting in bed. That's a scene that happens a few times. I never got a sense that the director understood how to create suspense he just was like "Oh and creepy violin screech goes here, they say or do something weird there, some people get murdered and boom we got a horror movie".

Don't watch this. I wouldn't even say it's a good try because it's definitely made by a competent director; he's just playing around in a genre that he doesn't understand at all.

Reviewed bybegobVote: 4/10/10

What if two girls, strangers to each other, were abandoned by theirparents just as their boarding school closed for winter break? Andthere was something creepy going on in the backstory? Let's find out.

Icily atmospheric and bleak, eventually bloody and without mercy. Thetimeline is diced up, so you're mostly guessing about who did what towhom and why. The story is interesting but not fully developed, so Iwas left hanging between The Dead Girl with Britney Murphy and The Wardby Carpenter.

The performances are good, but the dialogue is mostly exposition andempty Q&A sessions (often with no A), so character development isminimal.

Photography and locations are good, although I have no idea whatAmerican cinema will do without exteriors of cars coming to a halt.

There is one major problem that ruins the movie: the music. It casts aneerie spell, but manages to interrupt everything. Ringing telephone inthe dark? Cue the music. Disembodied spooky voice? Actor trying to act?Just smother it in music. Total overkill by the experienced musiceditor who has worked with this director before.

Overall: interesting effort, but the music makes it stink when you takethe wrapper off.

Much Ado about nothing.....Reviewed bys3276169Vote: 4/10

February is a supposedly suspenseful horror, that's not long on suspense and well, um, that's about it.

There's lots of spooky, grating music, that's so overdone you quickly become numb to its effect. The consistently overly austere setting and what can only be described as "gray" characterizations only exacerbates and further fosters a sense of emotional dislocation on the part of the viewer.

Or put another, the tone and atmosphere established in this film is so overly creepy it actually stops being creepy and gradually becomes farcical. Any sense of suspense evaporates as the whole thing simply ceases to be all that believable. A fact that's not helped at all by an evil spirit that looks a lot like the shadow of a guy in a rabbit suit with big comical "rabbity" ears.

Worse still, this film never really goes anywhere terribly interesting or all that frightening. There's nothing clever on offer either, that might have redeemed this flick.

The acting is sound and at times, even quite good. The camera work and cinematography is refined too. Sadly there's little anyone can do, to lift a film that, in my opinion, has so little to say.

Four out of ten from me.

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