James Vaughan has directed a new horror film after a long time and the fans of this genre are excited again. One of the most iconic horror filmmakers in less than a decade, James Vaughan has made three franchises and a series of popular horror films, including the first installment of Saw, Insidious, and Conjuring. And introduce the successful to the cinema, each of which has brought with it a number of sequels and spin-offs. Cinema
However, James Vaughan has not directed a horror film since 2016, when he made the second part of Summoning, and during this time he has been engaged in expensive blockbusters such as "Furious 7". And he became "Aquaman," and many of his fans thought he would never return to horror.
That's why everyone is excited about "Malignant." James Vaughan has finally returned to his roots after five years away from the horror genre, and this time he has made an original horror film that has nothing to do with franchises and other sequels and tells his new story.
Den website For this reason, of Geek has listed 7 James One horror movies from the worst to the best, which you can read below.
- Product: 2021
- Cast: Annabel Wallis, Jake Ebel, George Young, Maddie Madden Hassan
- IMDb users rating: 6.3 out of 10
- Raton Tomitosis Score: 75%
Sometimes it takes a while for our work to fall back on the roller coaster and become the same. It seems that James Vaughn has not warmed up after a while away from the horror genre.
James Vaughn's attempt to come up with an original and new idea in a world full of sequels, adventures and spin-offs is commendable. He even turned down an offer to direct the third part of The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It to make the film. But it did not result in the film that we all expected from Van and disappointed some of its fans.
The whole story revolves around the surprise and the final return of the story (which we are not going to reveal here). The story is about a woman played by Annabel Wallis who has a strange and horrible experience and seems to have supernatural and evil powers. The final surprise of the story has created divisions among the viewers. Some have praised Van's boldness, while others see it as a futile ending that tries to cover up the flaws of the story and the story holes by instilling false excitement in the audience.
6. Insidious: Chapter 2 (Insidious: Chapter 2)
- Product: 2013
- Cast: Patrick Wilson, Rose Byrne, Lynn Shee, Ty Simpkins
- IMDb users rating for movie: 6. 6 out of 10
- Raton Tomitoz score: 39%
We all had high expectations of the second part of the conspiracy film. Many were eager to see what would happen to the Lambert family after the surprise ending of the first episode (which kept the viewer thirsty for answers and riddles). In the first part - the danger of being exposed - it became clear that the evil spirit of Patrick Wilson's character had taken over, the same spirit that had been pursuing and harassing him since childhood. So in the end we saw that the kind, calm and safe father of the story has actually become a dangerous and evil creature and is going to create a lot of dangerous situations for his family, so we were very excited to see his sequel.
But when the episode When we saw the second one, we realized that we had raised our expectations a lot because the conspiratorial second part did not have many new ideas and was trying to ride the success wave of the first part and continue the same formula. Of course, the conspiracy of Part 2 is not a bad movie at all, only it has not improved significantly compared to the first part and it stands in a lower position.
It has less fear. The strange mental world of the film (known as the beyond world) has not expanded properly either. All of this has caused James One fans to be a little disappointed with the second episode and enjoy it.
5. Absolute Silence (Dead Silence)
- Product: 2007 >
- Cast: Ryan Quantin, Judith Roberts, Amber Valletta, Danny Wahlberg
- IMDb users rating: 6.2 out of 10
- Raton Tomitoz score: 21%
When Absolute Silence was released in 2007, it failed miserably at the box office and critics They were embarrassed by it and gave it low scores and wrote a lot of negative reviews about it. But some time later, when the film became available to the public for home screenings, it found its own fans. He plays a young man whose wife has been strangely and mysteriously killed by talking dolls and now returns to his hometown to find the answers to his questions. Next to him we have a young Danny Wahlberg in the role of an attractive and really funny detective who is constantly shaving his beard and makes the film his own in every scene he is in.
The scary woman and the ugly ghost of this film, Mary She is Shaw, a woman who dealt with these talking dolls, and in the past, when one of her performances went wrong, the townspeople turned their backs on her, and later a child was killed under mysterious circumstances. Jimmy's family (the film's protagonist) played a key role in isolating Mary Shaw, and now Mary has returned from the underworld to seek revenge. James Vaughn is considered to be the director of the horror genre. In this film, he played with the same components that were later signed by his works; Create fear with great sound design and sudden jumps. During the years following the silence, James Vaughn acquired exceptional skills in these techniques and applied them with exemplary delicacy.
- Product: 2004
- Cast: Carrie Elvis, Danny Glover, Monica Potter, Michael Emerson
- IMDb users rating: 7.6 out of 10 Raton
Tomitoz: 51% As an emerging director of the horror genre. A series
of films that quickly became the most popular and successful horror
franchise of the 2000s, adding a strange and unconventional
subgenre to the cinema in which they made it appealing with the
portrayal of torture.
Van was not one of those tortured films and relied more on suspense and riddle. People were really excited and surprised to see the first episode, and the experience that this film gave us was not repeated at all in the following episodes.
They had it, the first part of which does not try to attract the audience and give us false excitement by portraying torture and harassment of people or portraying the evil character of the story as an anti-hero. In this film, Jigsaw was a serial killer in the style of Fincher films and occupied the minds of the audience. It also showed less violence than the rest of the episodes and did not want to bother the audience with blood and gore. We look at the unfortunate characters in the story, and we constantly have a strange feeling in our minds, a feeling that something tragic will happen soon, and that no one can do anything about it. So when we see two men trapped in a bathroom in Nakajabad and told that they have to cut their legs with a saw to be free and survive, a strange feeling comes to us.
More minutes First of all, yes, it takes place in the same place and place, and if we do not consider its flashbacks, it can look like a theatrical show. A play that, if it went on stage on Broadway, would be admired and rewarded for its daring example. But now we have a franchise with a very good first episode and unforgettable, low-grade sequels. Van and Lee Wennell (writer) withdrew from the film after the first part, which was a logical and correct decision.
- Product: 2010
- Cast: Patrick Wilson, Rose Byrne, Lynn Shee
- IMDb users rating: 6.8 out of 10 <//>
- Raton Tomitoz Score: 66%
At the time and in 2010 when the plot was released, Blumhouse Studios did not have its place today and as one of the largest And the most successful horror film studios were not known, and low-budget horror films made by talented directors were not as commonplace as they are today. Of course, the plot did not come to fruition because of these enduring and spectacular issues. The plot is still effective a decade later because it was really scary.
Most of the horror scenes in the film focus on sudden fears, but seriously They answer and frighten us. Patrick Wilson and Rose Byrne play a young couple whose son has a strange mental ability and goes into scary abstract worlds. This boy has stepped into a nightmarish world called beyond, and now evil and ugly characters have come to his family.
The first half of the film makes you sit on the edge of your chair and follow the story with great excitement. But the second half of the film suddenly changes tone, and with the arrival of the characters Elsie (Lin Shee) and his assistants Tucker (Angus Sampon) and Spokes (Lee Wennel, who also wrote the screenplay), he gets a sense of comedy.
2. Summoning 2 (The Conjuring 2)
- Product: 2016
- Cast: Patrick Wilson, Vera Farmiga, Madison Wolf
- IMDb users rating: 7.3 out of 10 >
- Raton Tomitoz Score: 80%
James Vane made the second installment of this successful horror film series to bring the bitter bitter experiences of 7 with him Wash and win. After going through the grueling production process and full of angry problems, Van returned to his familiar world and made an exciting and terrifying second horror episode to summon him. We follow Lorraine Warren (Patrick Wilson and Vera Farmiga) who have come to London this time to fight evil spirits and help families in dire straits. James Vaughan has made all the minutes of his film entertaining and full of suspense, which of course are not new to the first part and we read it in some places.
But the important point that makes the second part lovely is the current humanity in the scenes. In addition to creating scary scenes and introducing deadly evil creatures, James Vaughan has created intimate and warm moments that are truly memorable and place summoning films in a higher position than other horror films.
1. Summoning (The Conjuring)
- Product: 2013
- Cast: Patrick Wilson, Vera Farmiga, Ron Livingston
- IMDb users rating: 7.5 out of 10
- Raton Tomitosis Score: 86%
James Van went to the best possible subject to make a scary franchise; A couple named Ed and Lorraine Warren, who were experts in evil spirits and goblins, did controversial things and left countless notes of themselves. Notes on the capture of humans by evil spirits, ghost houses, and other supernatural events that they claimed to have been active for decades.
They even built a museum in the back room of their homes full of strange objects. And scary. The couple dedicated their lives to horror adventures, and James Vaughn summoned us to show how much he loved telling their story. Peron Funeral Family. To make the story of his film more interesting and scary, James Vaughan added a whole lot of horrible ideas and situations to the story and put the audience in the mouth. The story is that an evil and dangerous spirit comes to Roger and Caroline and by persecuting them, he wants to take all of their houses and farms. Ed and Lorraine come to their house to investigate strange and mysterious events and find out why certain things happened, such as the foul odor that filled the basement.
Chemistry and the tangible relationship between Patrick Wilson and Vera Farmiga is one of the strong points of the film, which shows us one of the most important themes of the summoning franchise; That love can destroy all evil. Their love and affection for each other and their strong and tireless will to help people in need, have made them able to overcome every supernatural and horrible creature you can think of. This is exactly why we see in the next episodes that their relationship is threatened and is on the verge of collapse. It's not the horror and the horror scenes or even the phrase "based on a true story", it's Patrick Wilson and Vera Farmiga and the strong relationship between the couple that connects the audience's emotions with the film world. With the first episode, James Vaughan established a love story that spread to later episodes, and viewers who were just expecting sudden fears were surprised to see this part of the story.
Source: Den of Geek