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The Voices

3.81 h 36 min2020NR
After a sudden breakup with her fiancé, Grace seeks sanctuary at the remote home of her sister, Catherine. While there, Grace uncovers a secret that leaves her questioning her sanity and struggling to to save herself and her family.
Bradley Fowler
Amanda MarkowitzVictoria MatlockJuliana Sada
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Brendan Sexton IIILin ShayeJessica SonnebornBradley Fowler
Wesley AlleyJames Christopher FechserAmanda MarkowitzVictoria Matlock
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3.7 out of 5 stars

166 global ratings

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mkReviewed in the United States on August 15, 2020
2.0 out of 5 stars
It could have been great...
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It's a good premise with a clumsy execution. The good is the camera tilts when Catherine starts spouting delusions which create a feeling of dread; literally the world is tipping toward insanity. It's cheap but effective. It certainly has some unsettling feelings. And the slow build of 'Am I crazy or is something more going on?' is a refreshing angle. I wish they had built more on Grace thinking she's going mad with lots of little hints to encourage her into believing it. It felt a little rushed and that would have been the most interesting part of the movie. I will say the acting isn't too bad.
The bad is that the 'twist' doesn't feel like a shocking 'WOW!'. It feels like an anemic 'Oh...okay.' Her nightmare dreams are a little lackluster. I mean, this is the chance to really shock and disturb us. They were so tame that I couldn't help but think 'Grace must be the most unimaginative creature on the planet if these are her dark tormented dreams.' Also, I don't mind slow pacing if there is a point but it didn't serve to really build tension. It felt like filler, for the most part. In many parts, I felt myself starting to predict the ending because...I had nothing else to do. It's not like you have to pay attention. I was HOPING that ALL of this was a delusion of Grace. Like...she comes to the cabin and thinks she meets her sister and the cabin is just like she recalls it...because it has been abandoned and her sister is a split personality...a duality of 'Cat' being the part that is going mad and 'Grace' being the part of her mind that is aware of it. She never had a sister. Wouldn't THAT have been fun?!

In the end, it remains a mildly interesting story...which I will likely forget in a year's time....


I would also like to say, if I was Grace, that Cat would have killed me before I discovered the big secret. Anyone else notice that when Cat says she buys groceries up the road that she mentions buying 'eggs.' When I was watching, I said 'I thought you had chickens in the shed....which never make noise and produce no smell...and can be fed in the morning or evening...or whenever you like to pretend they exist...'
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Danimal JenkinsReviewed in the United States on August 17, 2020
2.0 out of 5 stars
A twist you can see coming 100 miles away.
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Acting was decent, and it was well shot. Script was dumb, as was the premise.

Spoiler time!

What is up with the current wave of "horror" movies that tease some sort of supernatural thing happening and it's just someone with severe mental illness? Yeah other stuff happens, but when you realize at like minute 2 of the movie that the sister living in isolation is ill and she's going without therapy, you've dismantled all the tension. Every spooky thing that happens afterwards has been spoiled by knowing that it's just a person who is being consumed by their own mind. It stops being scary and just becomes an ordeal to watch.
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Tasha ThompsonReviewed in the United States on September 8, 2020
2.0 out of 5 stars
It’s like a low budget film..
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The Voices....
- Positives -
1.) Kept my attention/ wanting to see more
2.) Not a horror
3.) Lin Shaye (disappointing because she played a small role)

- Negatives -
1.) Horrible ending
2.) Hard to follow (confusing)
3.) Wanted more - it’s a negative and a positive because it kept my attention because I wasn’t bored of the movie. But also a negative because I wanted more. It just could’ve been way better. No money for a great ending, possibly? Not enough to pay actors..... good actors like Lin Shaye... who played a small role.
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L.BenzReviewed in the United States on January 29, 2021
3.0 out of 5 stars
It almost got to 4 stars
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I didn't like the way they kept saying Catherine was crazy because all the talking at night wasn't made up it was real. We can't see the result of her crazy until the end. If she was really crazy -this defines crazy- she'd break into someone's house and start cleaning it for no reason. See that is crazy.
I do know that some women when pregnant can change to off kilter (hormones) -I have a friend whose wife killed herself when her daughter walked into the house after school one day - this daughter carries the same psycho gene. That part is tragically true it's inherited. But most of the movie didn't have Catherine doing much that most would consider really crazy..
Michele Elaine LeinReviewed in the United States on July 12, 2020
4.0 out of 5 stars
Slow burn psychological horror film.
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Don't watch if you don't like discussions about mental health issues. I love Lin Shaye. Her part was small but she made the most of it, as always. I'm not familiar with the other two actors, but the one who played the older sister hit it out of the park. It would be considered slow to people who are looking for an all ghost/demon movie. This is not that. There are a lot of mental health issues being explored here. I'm fine with that, as I'm very interested in psychology and psychological issues.
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faye w peelerReviewed in the United States on August 31, 2020
3.0 out of 5 stars
Worth watching
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I started watching this movie thinking it was a supernatural thriller, but soon after the movie begins I realized that Cat was schizophrenic. It also didn't take long to realize that Cat's little girl was there too, and Cat probably killed her ex husband. I was disappointed, because it wasn't the supernatural movie I had expected , but the movies plot is still very interesting, and I enjoyed the movie from another angle. I kind of hated the ending though.
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HermanatorReviewed in the United States on April 26, 2021
1.0 out of 5 stars
VERY depressing!
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There is not one good, happy thing I can say about this movie. It is like the most depressing movie I have ever seen. It just keeps getting more and more messed up and sad. The ending is like the worst ending ever. If you are sad or suicidal DO NOT watch this. It will make it worse I would assume. Usually i don't regret watching a movie but I DO regret watching this!! Horrible!!! The only good thing I can say about the movie is the actors were very good, but given the awful plot, it wasn't enough to help.
Olivia GunnReviewed in the United States on September 10, 2020
3.0 out of 5 stars
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Some good parts BUT I dont think the writers and director know the difference between DID and schizophrenia. The demonization of mental illness is a little gross on top of it, soo I feel like this should have been thought about a little more in relation to the ethics and accuracy regarding mental health
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