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Immaculate: a review

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The movie poster for “Immaculate,” out in theaters March 22.

“Immaculate” is a new horror movie starring and produced by Sydney Sweeney. It features a young American nun, Sister Cecilia, who embarks on a journey to a new convent in Italy. This seemingly sweet movie turns sinister when Cecila learns some dark secrets about the convent.

This was one of the greatest horror movies to be released in 2024. The cinematography and acting was unmatched, as Sweeney did a wonderful job in such a serious and dramatic role. 

I would recommend this movie for horror fanatics, but to infrequent horror enjoyers, this movie may be a hard watch.

The non-secular plot of the movie may deter some people as it does attack purity culture, but what may deter people even further is the sheer gore that is presented. It was one of the goriest movies I’ve watched, I had to look away at many scenes. However, it adds to the suspense and overall plot of the movie. 

The cinematography and acting in “Immaculate” add to the suspense as well; it may have been some of the best I’ve seen. The setting of the movie set up for some aesthetically pleasing scenes, but I was blown away by the level of beauty and work that was put into the film. The choice of camera angles and costume design took this movie to the next level. The balance of beauty and horror was perfect.

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Sweeney did an amazing acting job and it is arguably one of her best performances yet. If you are a fan of her, then you would like this movie. It was exciting to see her in such a scary and serious role compared to one of her recent movies, “Anyone But You.

I would definitely recommend “Immaculate” to anyone who enjoys a horror movie, if you can get past the gore. This movie is creative and pushes the boundaries. Between the cinematography, acting and gore, it is a worthwhile movie to watch. It is a classic horror movie with all the jump scares and gore, and it will keep you on your toes.

Usually, the religion-horror sub-genre can be taboo, but they approached it well in “Immaculate.” If you are a horror fan, I would add “Immaculate” to your list.

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