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The Atticus Institute 2015 123movies

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The only case of possession confirmed by the U.S. Government.Jan. 20, 201592 Min.
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#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – In the fall of 1976, a small psychology lab in Pennsylvania became the unwitting home to the only government-confirmed case of possession. The U.S. military assumed control of the lab under orders of national security and, soon after, implemented measures aimed at weaponizing the entity. The details of the inexplicable events that occurred are being made public after remaining classified for nearly forty years.
Plot: In the early 1970s, Dr. Henry West creates an institute to find people with supernatural abilities. When Judith Winstead comes to the facility, she exhibits amazing abilities that the military wants to turn into a weapon.
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With intriguing concept and clever style, it almost overcomes the genre familiarities, but ultimately the production isn’t adequate enough to fully convey the suspense.
It presents an interesting direction for possession subgenre with authentic documentary flair. The film portrayal of titular institution goes beyond average found footage gimmick, its understanding of the presentation makes it as though audience is watching real documentary from science channel. However, parts of the film aren’t as consistently polished and these issues stutter the pace and occasionally derail the tension it has built.

Dr. Henry West (William Mapother) runs a small lab to research individuals said to have paranormal abilities. After a few failed endeavors, a woman named Judith Winstead (Rya Kihlstedt) is admitted to his lab. He and his colleagues have seen anything and anything like her, and the tests progress so sinisterly that eventually military is involved. Characters are pretty convincing at their roles, the use of exclusive camera footages without first hand interaction create credible effect.

The Atticus Institute offers several unnerving thrills, although the production has few technical flaws. Half of the movie is witnesses’ interviews, which sets up more psychological and scientific approach. At its best the film delivers timely bizarre occurrences that are effectively chilling. However, it doesn’t pay off every time. These interviews can be tedious and predictable, especially since their testimonies alone aren’t sufficient to produce tension.

At midway point it feels that characters are overly narrating, especially since the scenes they mention are only partially captured. The film also describes events with clips and still images, they are short and some even look like slideshows. While this enhances its pseudo-documentary feel, its production is shabby. Furthermore, there are fumbles on editing as well as audio clarity. These issues could’ve been just minor hiccups, yet they are persistent enough to hamper the movie.

The Atticus Institute has intriguing concepts, its clever style almost overcomes the genre familiarities, but ultimately the production isn’t adequate enough to fully convey the suspense.

Review By: quincytheodore Rating: 6 Date: 2015-03-29
Nice mockumentary-styled effort but not a great horror effort
Trying to recreate a famous encounter, a filmmaker interviews the participants involved in a research facility designed to study paranormal powers when the government got involved in one case where they wanted to turn one’s powers into a military weapon.

While this one was indeed quite enjoyable there’s some rather prominent flaws on display. Among the biggest issues here is the actual method of filming this one which presents the film with several immediate problems. There’s the main issue of this one cutting away from the story continuously in order to get the talking head interviews and their own personal accounts of what happened that doing so in this manner causes the film to be so start/stop in terms of its pace that it really can’t generate much in terms of atmosphere or suspense when it has to cut away when something’s interesting to come back to these. It’ gives this a pretty disjointed feel when everything turns back into the interviews rather than letting the story play out as it normally would, which is another problem here. This one goes for brief inserts recreating what happened that are quite hard to make out the point of when they just spend the entire time going nowhere with the storyline as they don’t lead up to anything except the next talking-head interview, and there’s little to be gleaned from that type of structure. The other issue here is that it’s highlighting how uneventful the first half of this one is where they go into the research institute’s background and history with its’ patients before getting her there as none of this is really all that involved in getting this one going along at an inviting pace with the main purpose of the film appearing so late into here since all of the lead-up time is taken on setting the stage here with not just the interviews but the footage shot documenting the very same thing we just heard them talk about. It lastly has the small problem of highlighting the fact that it spends the first half not knowing whether she’s just gifted psychically or possessed, as if it can’t make up it’s mind what the actual cause is which makes for a slightly disappointing effort when it’s not all that clear what’s going on. Still, this one isn’t all that bad as there’s some good stuff involved here with the surprising feat of it not being all that boring at all, keeping this one moving along at a nice enough pace that there’s not a whole lot really worth skipping over or just ignoring, blazing through here with a rather impressive pace that keeps this one going along rather nicely. That’s due to the nice action at times here with some rather fun times showcasing not just her powers but also getting rather fun with the military intervention that comes along with all the different tortures they inflict on her and the powers they coax out of her which gradually leads into a rather fun time with what it’s all leading to. Enhanced by all the off-stage accidents and testimony given earlier, it’s all quite a bit of fun and leads to a great finish here that’s quite chilling and enjoyable. These here make this good enough to matter, but it’s still rather flawed.

Rated R: Violence and Language.

Review By: kannibalcorpsegrinder Rating: 5 Date: 2016-03-18

Other Information:

Original Title The Atticus Institute
Release Date 2015-01-20
Release Year 2015

Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 23 min (83 min)
Budget 0
Revenue 0
Status Released
Rated Not Rated
Genre Horror
Director Chris Sparling
Writer Chris Sparling
Actors Rya Kihlstedt, William Mapother, Sharon Maughan, Harry Groener
Country USA
Awards N/A
Production Company Safran Company
Website N/A

Technical Information:

Sound Mix N/A
Aspect Ratio 1.85 : 1
Camera N/A
Laboratory N/A
Film Length N/A
Negative Format N/A
Cinematographic Process N/A
Printed Film Format N/A

The Atticus Institute 2015 123movies
The Atticus Institute 2015 123movies
The Atticus Institute 2015 123movies
Original title The Atticus Institute
TMDb Rating 5.6 227 votes

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