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Malignant Overview

Madison is paralyzed by shocking visions of grisly murders, and her torment worsens as she discovers that these waking dreams are in fact terrifying realities with a mysterious tie to her past.

Directed by: James Wan

Who Stars in Malignant

Annabelle Wallis
Madison Mitchell

Annabelle Wallis

Maddie Hasson
Sydney Lake

Maddie Hasson

George Young
Detective Kekoa Shaw

George Young

Michole Briana White
Detective Regina Moss

Michole Briana White


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Reviews for Malignant

Author: groznio1

This movie has started very strong the ending was a little bit silly but it was fun i like this movie it's better than any of the other horror movies that come out in 2020 and 2021 ok the conjuring 3 was the best this movie is on my second place

Author: furious_iz

This is one of the dumbest films I have seen in a long time, start to finish it is a dumpster fire, the "twist" is projected so hard so early, and so often, then over explained to the point of the death of any subtlety, and it's not original or clever in it's execution. I don't understand how people seem to be liking this film I feel like I'm taking crazy pills I rarely say this, but I hated this dumb film

Author: StarsNtheDarkness

Classic case of the trailer being the best part. I'll hand it to them though, I was completely fooled about what this movie was going to be. When they showed Gabriel behind the plastic sheet in the beginning ... I knew it was not what I signed on for. As my mom would say: It insults my intelligence.

Author: MSB

FULL SPOILER-FREE REVIEW @ "Malignant is yet another excellent origin movie for a new franchise created by one of the most successful horror filmmakers of the century, James Wan. The talented director picks up a thematically rich, mysteriously intriguing narrative written by the feature film debutant Akela Cooper, and lets himself get inspired by the giallo genre. Boasting a fascinating protagonist brilliantly interpreted by Annabelle Wallis, the unexpected yet exposition-heavy revelations of the brave third act definitely improve upon a rather generic, unexciting first half. While the impressive action sequences steal the technical spotlight, Joseph Bishara's score holds divisive creative choices that might not please every viewer. For horror fans, I couldn't recommend it more." Rating: B+

Author: JPV852

I'll give it this much, it's a weird movie. Can't say it's a good weird nor a bad one, just plain weird. Now, I do appreciate that James Wan returned to his horror roots in between the wait for Aquaman 2 goes into production. As for this movie, there was parts that felt off, such as the acting which I don't think was all that impressive. Wan's direction wasn't particularly noteworthy either outside of the finale which had impressive moments. As a whole, the least I can say it's not pedestrian or forgettable, but on the other hand I really don't have much desire to revisit. **2.75/5**

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Release Date

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1 hr 51 mins

$ 40,000,000.00 (Estimated)

$ 24,640,084.00 (USA)

($ 15,359,916.00) (Estimated in USA)


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