‘Fractured’ Review

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Stars: Louisa Lytton, April Pearson, Karl Davies, Calvin A. Dean, Jordan Metcalfe | Written by Christian Hearn, Jamie Patterson | Directed by Jamie Patterson

First off if, like me, you saw the title of this movie and was a little put off, rest assured that Fractured is much better than the generic title…

After looking up director Jamie Patterson it should have been no surprise that he has directed quite a few films (although not any I have actually seen), because Fractured looks very much like a movie made by an experienced filmmaker. It looks great and I loved some of the camera work. There’s some expert use of lighting and several really interesting and simply fantastic-looking shots. Things that might sound simple but on screen are so much more. Like an almost black and white shot of a house with one character in light (and therefore colour) seen through a window.
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Movie Review – Fractured (2018)

Fractured, 2018.

Directed by Jamie Patterson.

Starring April Pearson, Karl Davies, Louisa Lytton, Jordan Metcalfe and Calvin Dean.


A couple seemingly suffering relationship issues escapes to a secluded country house for a romantic getaway, but they soon become convinced that they are not alone.

The first half of low-budget British horror movie Fractured plays as a very conventional haunted house story. Rebecca (April Pearson) and Michael (Karl Davies) are fixing a blowout at the roadside while en route to a getaway in a country house miles away from anywhere. They have a bizarre encounter with a creepy dude at a petrol station and, once they arrive, it becomes clear that some sort of force is stalking them. So far, so generic.

However, it’s as this story is winding up for its descent into third act insanity that director Jamie Patterson pulls the rug out from under the audience. A second couple,
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You'll Never Guess Which Nickelodeon TV Series Made into Movie. Seriously, You'll Never Guess.

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A Nickelodeon TV series that you probably never heard of is getting made into a movie. Genie in the House: The Movie just got its financing at the San Sebastian Film Festival. "Genie in the House" ran from 2006-09 on Nickelodeon U.K. and is about a widowed dad and his two teen daughters who find a lamp inside the house they just moved into. The lamp contains a genie in training. The dad says "no magic" but, well you've seen "Wizards of Waverly Place" or maybe "Bewitched" and "I Dream of Jeannie," of course magic happens with mishaps in every episode. The movie is being funded by German, French and Spanish companies. It's a similar deal to House of Anubis, also a series that started on Nick UK, and is getting made into a movie by international interests.

The cast from the cancelled TV series (Jordan Metcalfe, Katie Sheridan,
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