The Luring (2019)

Garrett is trying to recover a lost memory by returning to his family’s vacation home where an unspeakable act took place leaving him institutionalized as a child. If any of this sounds like a bad idea to you, good news. You are not a character in a horror film.

Psychiatrists call what happened to our hero — such as he is, he’s kind of a jerk — dissociative amnesia, but really, pure evil is loose in this house and it’s about to get back at him. It also shows up as a red balloon that cares about as much as copyright infringement as a 1980’s Italian moviemaker.

This is the first full length film from writer, director and producer Christopher Wells.

You can learn more at the official Facebook page. The Luring is available available on DVD and digital June 16 from Wild Eye Releasing.

DISCLAIMER: We were sent this movie from Wild Eye and that has no impact on our review.

One thought on “The Luring (2019)

  1. I really liked The Luring a lot. It was extremely different from anything I’ve ever seen.The story is told in a non-linear way and the cool thing is, it keeps you guessing because it’s really well done. The pace is what you should expect from a story that actually has details and backstory which kept me engaged. I did not expect the ending and that was extremely twisted. The Luring goes to a very dark place that I was not expecting but so happy it did. To be honest I didn’t see anything that resembled a Stephen King film. The balloon in The Luring has its meaning which doesn’t include a clown. I think people who are into psychological thrillers and know the difference between that and a horror film would appreciate The Luring and how it’s made.

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