Horror movies work best when their subject matter hits close to home for the audience. Some of the most effective horror flicks are the ones with the least barriers between the audience and the action. Innocence spends the majority of its run time trying to establish a connection with its audience to this effect, but fails spectacularly. It has all of the boring things that are necessary to make a suspenseful film, but none of the payoff. The supernatural horror-thriller is currently in limited release.
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