So clearly Amanda Seyfried (Jennifer’s Body) and James Norton (The Nevers) move into this rustic farmhouse in Chosen, New York, which has a dark secret (as these things are wont to have). But then there’s a dude with long hair, a possessed radio, and F. Murray Abraham spouting nonsense about things in the natural world having counterparts in the spiritual world? Man, I don’t know. Just see for yourself.
Things Heard and Seen is based on the “acclaimed” novel All Things Cease to Appear by Elizabeth Brundage, which only has 417 reviews on Amazon since being released in 2017, which doesn’t exactly scream “acclaimed” to me. But the bigger issue for me is that the movie appears to be mostly made up of scenes of Amanda Seyfried just looking at things with a puzzled and/or mildly apprehensive expression on her face, which, to be fair, was also my expression while watching this trailer.
Though we may have begun turning a corner in the fight against covid-19, viewers are still turning to streaming entertainment more than ever and thankfully, companies are happy to oblige with tons of new content. At the start of each month, most streamers — such as Netflix, Hulu, Amazon, Disney+,...Read more