Watch: The Harbinger 2022 123movies, Full Movie Online – Monique ventures out of quarantine to visit an old friend who’s plagued by nightmares. She finds herself drawn into a hellish dreamscape where she must face her greatest fears – or risk never having existed at all..
Plot: Monique leaves her family quarantine to help a friend who’s suffering from terrible nightmares – but she learns too late that the bad dreams are contagious, along with the demon behind them.
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Many people won’t like this movie. The other reviewer here explains why. This is a movie that will remind us not so memorable times, 2020, Covid, six feet distance, masks, fear of losing our family members. Many people indeed lose their family members, so, it would be difficult for them to watch it. If i had watched it during these times, this would have been a shocking experience. Paradoxically or not, for this reason, i would have rated it higher. The fear would have been more real because this movie works perfect as an allegory for what we afraid of covid disease could be.
To be honest, i was this close to not watch it because of all that. I didn’t and i am glad i watched it. This is a good horror movie, which tries to be more original/different than other horror movies. Low budget production but well acted, well directed and kinda scary.
I can’t rate it higher because some things don’t make much sense. The border between dream and reality is blurry, viewer gets confused and not always in a fascinated way. Also, i wanted a different ending. It’s not bad, but personally, i didn’t like it.
Still, i recommend this movie. It’s bleak, sad, kinda scary, good acting. I think that people older than 30-35 years old, would like it more than younger audience.
This is a movie that will age like a good wine. Maybe it’s too soon for some. The pandemic is still too much on our minds, there are things we prefer not to relive and it brings us anxiety. However, it has much more to say about the memories we leave in the world – or the fear of not leaving them – than just about the pandemic itself (in fact, it parallels those times so well that it didn’t need so many direct references, falling a bit in overexposing that and being too much on the nose).
I’m afraid that the number of dreams in the film might turn off some viewers, but this is a film about dreams (or nightmares) and that’s where the film lives. Think of Nightmare on Elm Street and think that here the fears that plague us while we rest also kill us. Perhaps because we are/were not really resting.
Many other themes are being explored (trauma, family, friends, support, fake news, isolation, depression…), but more importantly, the film never forgets to be a horror film, with very tense scenes, effective enough to have me clinging to my chair – the last one culminating in a brilliantly effective jump scare. Even when everything looks good, we must not let our guard down, and we must not stop fighting, because it is when we relax that we are most vulnerable. Great acting by Gabby Beans who is going to be a star.
Original Language en
Director Andy Mitton
Writer Andy Mitton
Actors Emily Davis, Stephanie Roth Haberle, Raymond Anthony Thomas
Country United States
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