The horror genre is filled with tales of creepy children, particularly scary little girls, who menace well-meaning people.
Orphan is one of those movies. But, it's a cut above most spooky-kid movies, with a twist that sets it apart.
It has its silly and bloody moments, but the plot unfolds with a palpable sense of tension. When it does adhere to an Omen-style psychological thriller formula, it does so with a gleeful sense of homage. The dialogue plays on horror clich??s, eliciting laughter for its mock-seriousness and also providing well-timed cathartic release.
Most of the action takes place in a remote snowy setting, primarily in the starkly modern house of the Colemans: Kate (Vera Farmiga), John (Peter Sarsgaard) and their son, Daniel (Ji...
Midway through the loopy horror yarn Orphan, the adoptive parents of little 9-year-old Esther are told that "trouble has a way of finding" their little Russian moppet.
This shouldn't come as a news flash because Esther (Isabelle Fuhrman), the sole survivor of a house fire that killed the members of her previous family, has already nearly murdered a neighborhood kid and displayed powers of persuasion that would indicate there's some KGB in her DNA.
Orphan, a product of Joel Silver's Dark Castle production house, falls squarely into the creepy-kid horror subgenre, though it does offer an envelope-pushing twist that takes it far afield from the usual spawn-of-Satan trappings. Clocking in at more than two hours, the movie teeters between psychologic...
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