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- IMDB = 5.7/10;
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Honeymoon (2014) Synopsis:
A freshly married couple goes on to spend their honeymoon in a cabin in the woods until their happiness slowly derives to madness because of something they cannot point out.
The directing debut of Leigh Janiak is surely one that will not go unnoticed in horror circle, for Honeymoon is really a piece of horror/suspense to be remembered.
The movies start quite commonly, with a young couple going on honeymoon in a cabin in woods. Their relationship is exclusive and very passionate, very credible on screen, purely because of the brio of the two near-perfect actors: Rose Leslie who you’ll easily recognize as the girlfriend of John Snow in Games of Thrones, and Harry Treadaway whom you might have seen in Cockneys Vs Zombies (or The Lone Ranger).
Anyway, everything goes well until the young girl starts to behave unexpectedly weird, at which point the movie starts its descent into the confusing and the disturbing. As the story goes, you keep wondering what the hell is happening to that poor couple. The horror sounds like a home invasion, or is it monsters, or is it aliens, or are they just crazy? Everything seems possible throughout most of the movie and this “not knowing” is really what creates the huge suspense so characteristic of that movie.
The movie plays cleverly with that concept to build an ever-increasing tension and a really heavy atmosphere. Watch the first 15 minutes of the movie and you probably won’t be able to stop until the end…until you know! And believe me, the end is not disappointing, it keeps its promises and delivers exactly what’s needed after such crazy suspense.
I decided to classify this movie as madness & paranoia instead of its real subgenre not to give out any spoiler. So try and do not watch the trailer because of diving into that flick. Trust the many reviews who rightly describeHoneymoon as excellent. It simply is one of 2014’s best release so far.