Oct 27, 2010

O for the Orphan

Somehow this just pop into my head when I think about O. The Orphan (2009)! I really love this horror movie and I think I can watch it over and over again but still sensing the horror part. At first, I thought this is going to be a horror movie with the ghosts presence just like The Messenger or The Haunting on Connecticut. But I was wrong. There is no ghosts in the scene but psycho old lady who pretend to be an innocent young girl. The main character's, Esther, was successfully played by Isabelle Fuhrman.
This smart and full of smile "little girl" who was adopted from an orphanage is actually an adult woman with a rare illness which made her looks younger than she supposed to be. Have you ever watched it yet? The Orphan movie is highly recommended by me! Watch it and feel the horror by yourself

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agnetha said...

Glad you visited my blog and want to follow it as well. My English is not very good but I do a little experiment. Oh you like horror you. Maybe not the best thing to read about now when the time here with me in the middle of the night. * Laughs * Scary! I could not detect in your blog where you live. If was fun to veta.Hoppas that you come back to me. Have a great day

Dhemz said...

good one! I like this horror movie...very interesting....indeed, you can't see any ghosts at this movie...:)

have added your blog on my 2 other blogs Risma. Thanks for dropping by...great to be here again. Have followed you!

Tumblewords: said...

Interesting! I've never heard of this movie - but it sounds like it's well worth a viewing! Thank you!!

Roger Owen Green said...

not my genre, tho i heard it was pretty good.
ROG, ABC Wednesday team

Hildred and Charles said...

It sounds like a great movie if you are into horror flicks, but alas, not my cup of tea.

RuneE said...

I haven't seen the movie nor read the book, but I would obviously have been scared out of the wits I have :-)

Cezar and Léia said...

Very interesting review!

lina@happy family said...

I'm too afraid to watch this movie I guess...but you make me curious :)

Vernz said...

The review is good, but I wonder if I have the courage to watch horror films... :)

My ABC Wednesday here

Dani said...

interesting post. Though I'm afraid of horror movies.

Erika B said...

Very clever for "O" but I'm afraid it's not my kind of movie.

Erika B

helenmac said...

I, too, join in with those who really do not like horror movies. My partner loves them, so I have seen a few. Must I tell him about this one?!
Thanks for a horrifying O entry to ABC Wednesday,
Helen Mac, ABC team

Kay L. Davies said...

I don't like horror movies, or Stephen King books, either, but that's probably because I'm old. LOL
Thank you for visiting my blog and deciding to follow it. I can understand why you liked my "O" post!! I can't promise to have anything "horror"ful after the end of October, but I hope you find something interesting.

Kay, Alberta, Canada

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