The Sleeper

The Sleeper

It's 1981 and the girls of Alpha Gamma Theta sorority are having a party. As the new pledges arrive, so does an uninvited guest. Little do the sisters know someone is watching them in the shadows. As the girls shower, study, eat and sleep the stalker studies the girls. One by one he finds the girls at their most vulnerable and murders them. The police hunt for the missing girls and their killer, but will they find them in time? Or will the girls be forced to fight for their lives..

The story takes place on a film set in 1981. The girls of Alpha Gamma Theta sorority hold a party and an unexpected guest arrives. He follows them in the dark and choose the most concordant to murder. Can the police save them or they must fight themselves? . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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John F (es) wrote: What an inspirational movie!!!

Jack D (br) wrote: Horrendously unbearable in every definable way.

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Justin R (es) wrote: Nice slight indie flick that delivers on the no-budget-first-feature/mumblecore expectations. But... that's about it. It's no SLACKER or SHE'S GOTTA HAVE IT... or even FUNNY HA HA... but it was nice.

Shashidhar M (de) wrote: worst as hellas far as i consider pavan didn't suit for the characterthe screenplay of the movie is worstthe movie lacked its soul (story)pavan tried to convince telangana people with his accent but failed in itthe heroince is adequate......pavan treied to imitate saikumar but his voice lacked clarity

Jacob B (nl) wrote: B-Some parts make absolutely no sense - like a jumbled jigsaw piece in need of completing. Thankfully, the performances and elements of tension help save this movie from going downhill.

Private U (es) wrote: Un vrai thriller psychologique! Un traitement enlevant de Tornatore... et un face a face MONSTRE entre deux Icones du cinema... une histoire de redemption par l'entremise d'un purgatoire! Fascinant...

Isaac S (kr) wrote: Featuring epic, beautifully crafted battle sequences and added depth to its characters, Ridley Scott's director's cut is a clear improvement upon the film's original theatrical release.

Steven L (de) wrote: This movie is very from others if have watched. More closer to reality. But still the chilling horror film I crave.

Rangan R (kr) wrote: It all begins with the butterflies!People think it is a horror, but it was a fantasy-horror. According to the director, it is a supernatural theme. You may ask what's the big deal, but if you watch the film you will get, particularly the conclusion twist. It was a decent film with a good cast. It marks the return of the wonder boy Jacob Tremblay, after a tremendous performance debut from the Oscar nominated film 'Room'. Once again, he was brilliant, but due to the different theme, it might not be recognisation on a big scale. The main narration was led by Kate Bosworth, really worth mentioning her role as she was excellent like never before in the lead.When a young couple lose their son, they adopt an eight year old boy, Cody. It's a new start for them, as well as for the boy, but after a few days later they come to know the boy has some kind of supernatural power. So they begin to use him for their own gain and neglect him on the other ground. But it won't stay long that way, as one day a dreadful event happens, followed many similar. The remaining narration is to tell us how they're going to fix it, but the real question is, is it possible to solve.It's a better film than what the rating states. But the issue was it is kind of improvised version of 'Oculus'. And it is not too scary or the too soft narration, but the kind of ending it had, it should have been targeted the families and children with more leaning on the fantasy stuffs. I think the horror concept brought in just to attract the adult crowds. Overall, it can be watched by everyone and that excludes little kids. For me the ending part made me consider it a good film. Because I believe everyone had such misunderstanding, growing up at that stage of the life, so did I.7/10