The Passing



IMDb Rating 3.3 10 170


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December 28, 2020



Larry Pennell as Charles - Butler
Lilyan Chauvin as Rebecca Naibert
Paul Gleason as Howard
Sonia Rockwell as Emilie
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831.56 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
92 min
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1.51 GB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
92 min
P/S N/A / N/A

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by JamesMitchell451 3 / 10 / 10

Don't look in the mirror... you might see this movie there

The three Naibert children, in their teens and early twenties, inherit a vast estate from their grandmother Rebecca. But unknown to them, the family inheritance has passed from grandmother to granddaughter for centuries-and Rebecca has a long reach from the grave to assure that the line is unbroken. The first weekend in the mansion is a party for the three Naiberts and their friends-but one by one, they vanish without a trace. Is death the punishment for violating Rebecca's spell? Are the demons that beset the young people real-or only reflections of their own fear? Is it murder, violence from another dimension, or madness? The answer lives in the reflections. (Written by ray) Despite its unique tone and creepy visuals, The Passing is about as un- scary as a movie can be, and is often funny when it isn't trying to be. It sure doesn't help when the script is THIS bad and the actors clearly don't know how to act. And plus the revelation of what is going on is insulting to human intellect.

Reviewed by SanteeFats 5 / 10 / 10

No continuity

I watched this movie until the very end hoping it would make sense or at least answer questions that arose. No such luck. Almost nothing in this movie makes senses, there is to continuity in the plot. The killings of the women is without rhyme or reason since they are not blood related to the granddaughter. What the hell is with Billy? He isn't a baddie just a genetic anomaly that appears to have been added in for a confusion factor. The character Charles is shot by who the frick, then answer at the end of the movie to the granddaughter, at least in her own ming as the next scene has her in a nut house on drugs. The only redeeming aspect to this movie were the eye candy.

Reviewed by paul_haakonsen 5 / 10 / 10

The horror disappeared somewhere along the line...

I have to start out by saying for the horror movie, you have to look long and far to find the horror. There was nothing scary about this movie at all. Sure it had some great moments and built up a good atmosphere, but it never unfolded into something truly scary. The story is about three Naibert youngsters who inherit an old estate from their recently deceased grandmother. Instructed, as per her will and testament, the three heirs must spend a weekend at the estate without adult supervision. But they invite some friends over to spend the weekend. But there is a terrible secret to the estate, and everything is not well at the estate. As for the story, well it was actually entertaining enough, but again, it failed to really spook or scare. There were some great moments here and there, and the effects were actually quite good. There is even a small amount of blood and gore in the movie, just to make it more interesting. The mirror effects were quite good. Personally I think that the director just brushed too lightly over Billy Naibert (played by Layton Matthews). Who was Billy really? And what drove him? We weren't given much information about him, where he came from, why he was there, or even what was really wrong with him. Too bad that the director didn't bother to take the effort to make Billy a bigger part of the story. It was as if he was just some filler to add something to make the story a bit more bizarre. To star in his movie, they had Crystal Day (playing Elizabeth Naibert), Sam Upton (playing Ray Naibert) and Brian Gleason (playing Jack Naibert), and they all did good jobs with their roles. However, it was Lilyan Chauvin (playing Rebecca Naibert, the grandmother) who carried the movie with her somewhat disturbing visage and her portrayal of the malignant entity. The movie was nicely shot, and there was a lot of nice details to the house, to keep up a dark, brooding atmosphere. So that really worked well in favor of the movie. "The Passing" is not a visual horror movie that assaults your senses and shocks you, it is more of a subliminal and psychological horror movie. If you are looking for a great horror movie to spook you and keep you on the edge of the seat, then "The Passing" is hardly the right choice. However, if you like horror movies that have a really great atmosphere, then "The Passing" might just be something for you.

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