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The Furies (2019) Movie Review

By Newguy
The Furies (2019) Movie ReviewThe Furies (2019) Movie Review

Director: Tony D’Aquino

Writer: Tony D’Aquino (Screenplay)

Starring: Airlie Dodds, Linda Ngo, Taylor Ferguson, Ebony Vagulans, Danielle Horvat, Tom O’Sullivan

Plot: A woman is kidnapped and finds herself an unwilling participant in a deadly game where women are hunted by masked men.

Runtime: 1 Hour 22 Minutes

There may be spoilers in the rest of the review

Story: The Furies starts when Kayla (Dodds) finds herself and best friend Maddie (Vagulans) kidnapped by masked men, waking up in the middle of nowhere, she finds herself meeting other kidnapped women and that they are being hunted down by masked killers, looking to torture any they capture.

As Kayla looks to survive this situation, she will continue to meet other women, she will start to dive deeper into what is going on, learning they are part of a deadly game.

Thoughts on The Furies

ThoughtsThe Furies is a horror thriller that will find women being kidnapped and placed into a twisted game of survival against masked killers, looking to hunt them down. The Furies is an intense watch, with plenty of twists along the way, as we see how the women must figure out how to survive, while finding themselves against the twisted killers, all while Kayla starts to unlock more of the mystery behind what is happening. When we look at how everything ends up unfolding, we will get a shocking and disturbing movie, even if certain sides of it have been done before. The effects team must get plenty of praise, because what we see the characters put through is horrific and disturbing in every ounce we see. The performances are strong with Airlie Dodds in the leading role taking us through this twisted world. It would be fair to say this isn’t going to be for the faint of heart, with just how graphic the kills end up being.

Final Thoughts The Furies is a truly disturbing horror, thanks to the amazing effects.

The Furies (2019) Movie Review
The Furies (2019) Movie Review

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