Star Babes – Erin Richards, Olivia Cooke
MPAA Rating – Rated PG-13 for intense sequences of violence and terror, sexual content, thematic material, language, and smoking throughout
Runtime – 98 minutes
Our Review Rating – 6/10
The Quiet Ones is a horror movie in the supernatural veign. A professor and students conduct an expirement on a mentally unstable young woman. The professor’s theory is if they get the patient to manifest what she believes as an external entity it will expel her illness from her body and cure her. Olivia Cooke portrays the patient, Jane Harper, to an unsettling degree at times. She is one of the few characters you hope comes out the other side okay. Sam Claflin of Hunger Games: Catching Fire fame plays the student who films and documents all the expirements they do. Using scientific approaches they escalate more and more elevating the stress and duress that Jane Harper is under. The question as the plot proceeds is if she is manifesting these symptoms herself or is she under the control of a supernatural entity. There are the usual twists and turns we are accustomed to in the supernatural/possession genre. The characters are decently depicted. The professor, patient and camera man are the best fleshed out. Suspense and pacing is well done though in spots it may be a little plodding for some. Definitely worth a rental if you are a fan of the horror genre.
Babe – Olivia Cooke
Scene Location – Around 12:00
Scene Runtime – 00:30 – 01:00
Olivia Cooke is in a bath tub and talking to the camera man. As she taunts him she quickly rises from the water. Briefly exposing her left breast for a second before the camera cuts away very quickly. Then she sinks back into the bath tub.