Review by Wesley Collins
I’ve never been one to challenge and or attempt to conjure entities beyond the realm of the living. Whether ghosts and demons exist or not, I’d prefer meeting one by chance as opposed to seeking one out. Unfortunately for the characters in American Poltergeist: The Curse of Lilith Ratchet, they’re a bit more inquisitive than I am and their curiosity causes them to conjure the most demonic of all demons; Lilith Ratchet.
The demon of Lilith Ratchet can only be summoned through a game. The game is seemingly harmless and gives the seven individuals involved a sense of security, as they don’t truly believe in ghosts. They are sadly mistaken! Lilith Ratchet is real and she intends to make sure they know it. The gentlemen responsible for arranging the game is warned beforehand to not partake in her game but he of course disregards the caveat as his curiosity is truly piqued. His want to disprove Liliths’ curse turns his life and those around him lives into peril as they fight for survival.
Making someone laugh is truly a gift and difficult to do consistently. Causing real terror is in the same vain for me. American Poltergeist: The Curse of Lilith Ratchet is a terrifying film. I can admit that I’ve never been a big fan of horror films. However, I can also be honest in saying I loved this movie. It’s scary. It’s edgy. It’s freighting: the type of movie to cause nightmares. American Poltergeist: The Curse of Lilith Ratchet will without a doubt do that and much more!
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