Byr Andy Muschietti

  • Genre: Thriller
  • Release: 2013-01-18
  • Rate: R
  • Lenght: 1h 39min
  • Director: Andy Muschietti
  • Producer: Universal Pictures
  • Country: Canada, Spain
  • iTunes Price: USD 14.99
  • iTunes Rent: USD 3.99
From 3,017 Certification


Guillermo del Toro, the Academy Award®-nominated writer of Pan’s Labyrinth, presents this supernatural thriller that tells the haunting tale of two little girls who disappeared into the woods the day that their parents were killed. When the young sisters are found alive in a decrepit cabin, their uncle (Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, Game of Thrones) and his girlfriend (Oscar® nominee Jessica Chastain, Zero Dark Thirty) take them in. As they try to introduce the children to a normal life, Annabel (Chastain) begins to wonder if the traumatized girls are the only guests they have welcomed into their home.




    FRIDAY FEBRUARY 25 (2020)
  • Mama

    By Jefflisha
    I think this was a great movie until the END!! All movies are supposed to end in happiness. Get it right !
  • HAHAHAHA!!! Dat special effects doe XD

    By Comedy? Horror? Chicken Lamp?
    It was not your normal one. The beginning I'm like, "Aw.. okay this could be interesting." And then I saw "MAMA" Oh, my gosh! I'm not joking, the whole theatre laughed, I mean, we're all sittin' in this theatre, most of us came alone, for a good, scary movie, and they give us THIS. Whew, what the actual ?
  • I love this

    By Cyncansing
    I watched this for a long time I watched it when I was 7 and when I was 8 and when I was 5
  • Liked

    By Buffettfan22
    Better than average horror flick. This is one of those films that one either hates or likes. The creepy crawler monsters aren't my bag but she was quite disturbing. Judge for yourself. I'd rent it again.
  • No

    By osifhdqod
    Jessica-what were you thinking?
  • Edge of Your Seat!

    By theonedirectionboy
    This movie was so good and kept me on the edge of my seat!
  • Exceptionally disappointing

    By Rizzo1717
    Horrible movie. iTunes kept freezing/needed to be restarted. All in all, I wasted about $4 and 3 hours of my life that I'll never get back.
  • Not bad, but by the book. Rather predictable.

    By Tomes247
    A solid horror film that provides a fresh experience, without deviating from many of the tropes that define the genre. If you are looking for originality, don’t look here.
  • Mama? DON'T ALLOW

    By JoeCoolRunnings
    Another horror film that wastes time being heartfelt instead of horrorifying. When I saw this in the theater, I couldn't help but notice audience members screaming a little more than the fleeing principal figures as the ghost strikes. But when I saw it a second time on demand, I confessed myself disappointed. The two girls seem to be the real creepers in place of the dislocated spectre. Their uncle (Nikolaj Coster-Waldau) is the sole guardian; he should be the one in the ghasly tug of war. Instead, the rope is held by his pitiful, unprepared, self-loathing punk-rocker girlfriend (Jessica Chastain). Typical Hollywood move: depend on the female demographic; shove the men backstage. The suspicious distant relative who thinks the uncle can't cut it: NOT needed. The closing was all over the place. Talk about a bad copycat of the closing of the original "A Nightmare on Elm Street". Besides, there's only room for one turnout in the end. All in all, this film's script should have gone through more proofreading, revision, and editing. And horror films are meant to leave viewers screaming (and releasing with laughter afterwards), not bawling their eyes out as with soap operas. Most of all, in real life, who the last one(s) standing will be is NOT pre-determined. Why not translate that into cinema? Sorry, Movieland but you failed again with this. Even the author of Pan's Labrynth could not teach you. Go the next rookie frightener standing in line.