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In a small town in Massachusetts, a group of friends perform a ritual in an attempt to debunk the lore of SLENDER MAN. When one of them goes mysteriously missing, they begin to suspect that she is, in fact, HIS latest victim.
Horror - This is a supernatural horror film aimed at teens, with an ensemble
cast led by young veteran actress Joey King. While there is no
overly graphic violence or bloodshed, there are many intense and
disturbing sequences that make the film not for kids.
PROFANITY: 1 F-word; 7 S-words; a few others. SEX/NUDITY: None. VIOLENCE: Attacks by a supernatural creature, with no blood. DRUGS/ALCOHOL: Alcohol, including by teens. ACTION: Some foot chases. COMEDY: None.
Roger EbertFull Review Below Average Sporadically, one can see the movie that "Slender Man” could have been, but it disappears like the title character's victims. ...it was really only in the moments when "Slender Man" went terribly wrong that it grabbed my attention. After all, nothing is scarier than bad filmmaking.
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OPINION OVERVIEW The following is the original "What's Worth
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Based on a theater exit polling of 28 moviegoers:
TEENS: The two males loved "Slender Man," but the six ladies all rated it "good/average" (enjoyable but nothing special or memorable).
TWENTYSOMETHINGS: The two males loved this movie, as did four of the eight ladies. The remaining four rated it "good/average."
ADULTS: Both the males and females all rated it "good/average," which isn't a bad review, but it's a bit on the low side.