Lake Mungo (2008) – Review, Rating and Synopsis

Lake Mungo (2008)

Lake Mungo (2008)

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  • Release Date:  2008
  • Genre:  Found Footage, Ghost & Spirit
  • Director:  Joel Anderson
  • Screenwriter:  Joel Anderson
  • Cast & Crew: Rosie Traynor, David Pledger, Martin Sharpe, Talia Zucker, Tania Lentini, Cameron Strachan, Judith Roberts, Robin Cuming, Marcus Costello, Chloe Armstrong, and Kirsty McDonald.

Lake Mungo (2008) Rating:

  • Dylan = 5.5 / 10;
  • Eloise = 7 / 10;
  • Raoul = 5 / 10;
  • Simina = 8.5 / 10;
  • IMDB = 6.2/10;
  • Rotten Sites = 6.2/10.

Lake Mungo (2008) Synopsis:

This found-footage follows a psychic as he helps a family to understand the paranormal activities happening to them since their 16-years old daughter drowned in the local dam.

Lake Mungo (2008) Review:

Lake Mungo is another of these movies that surf on the recent “found footage trend”, giving us this time the ghost documentary version.

The scenario, simple at the first, quickly becomes complex as a series of flashbacks reveal new elements and slowly build an interesting story, however a bit too slow sometimes. I had really mixed feelings for that movie. While watching it I found it very boring at times, with not much actually happening. The ending is however great and leaves a great impression and a queasy feeling to the viewer. Before you know it, the dark atmosphere slowly drags you into the oppressive world of Lake Mungo, and once the TV off, this movie tends to stick to your mind like peanut butter on a carpet.

A movie that fails at being genuinely scary, but that leaves its viewer with an interesting creepy feeling. Not a great one, but a decent film that found-footage lovers should enjoy.

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