Welcome Home MOVIE REVIEW – A Tense Winding Thriller

Welcome Home is a film starring Aaron Paul and Emily Ratajkowski.
Lead casting of Paul and Ratajkowski was announced in April 2017. The film was written by David Levinson, produced by Allan Mandelbaum and Tim and Trevor White and directed by George Ratliff for Voltage Pictures. the film was released to video on demand on November 12, 2018.
A couple spend a weekend at a vacation rental home in the Italian countryside in an attempt to repair their relationship, but soon become victims of the homeowner’s sinister plans

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Peter Frencken says:

It’s rare and refreshing to see a movie that doesn’t have someone smoking in every second scene. I’m not against smoking but I’ve seen many movies lately that look like one big cigarette ad.

TomiSlav says:

Love story with some psycho in it, well meh, not interested

Mike, from Texas says:

Once again, I’m now addin’ to my “Watch Now” list.
Also, crazy realizing Aaron Paul is nearly 40.

Cheyne Barroso says:

That’s not Yvonne S…… it’s Emily R….

D Cognit says:

Aaron Paul is a great actor. I hope he gets more work because he’s always good in what I see him in. He was pretty good in The Path too, even though its a really weird series.

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Matt_R. says:

Please do more movie reviews and not just mainstream movies but more lesser known releases like this one and ‘I Think We Are Alone Now.’ I really liked the latter and I would have never known about it if not for your review.

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Madison Atteberry says:

Snipers. There’s one of my fears. Snipers. I’m not even in the military and still fear the thought.

But as for a Mr. hate review. and if we have a bad movie to review…………no, not really I don’t have any to recommend…………but if copyright strikes are problematic…………………….Hell I don’t know…………………………Cricket on the hearth? Charles Dickens I believe, it’s been……….I think almost one hundred and seventy years. They made a 1909 movie and a 1960’s cartoon (it was around the same time as The Grinch and all the other stop motion animation, everyone was cashing in).
But anyways and only because it’s the holiday season the story line is short of messed up. A guy in the Royal navy goes to sea, dies and his love goes blind because of it. Her father tries to cure her, spend their wealth, goes broke and has to live in squalor. Only then the guy who went to sea didn’t die but didn’t make contact with his love because he wanted to see if she, who was living in squalor, still loved him. What? The story revolves around a cricket believed to be lucky because apparently the term ‘lucky’ had a different meaning in the nineteenth century meaning ‘harbinger of doom’. But yeah it’s been over one hundred and a half years so I don;t think a copyright strike is possible………or it’s the fact that you put ‘hate’ in the video title and YouTube just lets programed bots do the work for them and go jack off somewhere else until forced to do their jobs.

WildCard2281 says:

For me its getting my orgins harvested, Spiders, getting sent to the shadow realm.

6irty6iamon6 2 says:

Mr H. Do u think that certain scripts for movies are written to dum down people. Example: the women breaks a leg in a horror movie. Or cops never show up at the sceen. It makes me wonder a lot about what movies say about these real things that happen in real life. Is it sabitosh or just a harmless Santa idea?

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