2015-01-05 'The Atticus Institute' is a documentary. Only it isn't. It's one of those films that is shot like one, yet scripted – I think they call them a 'mockumentary.' I've seen the genre before and they can be pretty entertaining; normally they're quite funny and this one is supposed to be scary. The Atticus Institute was founded to perform psychological tests on individuals who expressed supernatural abilities. In the fall of 1976, Judith Winstead (Rya Kihlstedt of TV's DEXTER) gained the attention of the US Department of Defense, who subsequently took over the research facility when they discovered she was possessed. This is one of those films that are,unfortunately,overlooked by so many 's not a massive film,it's low budget and wasn't in the cinema(not to my knowledge,anyway. The film was shot as if it was a documentary,and I think it was done very well,almost like the film 'The Devil Inside' although I did not think much to that. Anyway, The Atticus Institution' is great. It is different to many horror films we get lately. It's deliverance is better,and more real. And at times,you forget you are watching a film. The fact this is based very much so on true events makes this so much more real to the viewers. Although it didn't actually scare me,I can see how this film can scare some people,as the events that happen in this film, scary as anything. I would advise anyone to watch this, it's a great film, and I would even watch it again.
The Atticus Institute (2015.
Buy The Atticus Institute - Microsoft Store en-CA. If you like "The Atticus Institute" you are looking for suspenseful, tense and serious movies about / with supernatural, supernatural ability, confined, experiment gone awry, danger, government agency and laboratory themes of Horror genre shot in USA. The Atticus Institute (2015. Rotten Tomatoes. The Atticus Institute Reviews - Metacritic. 2015-01-23 The Atticus Institute presents an interesting direction for possession subgenre with authentic documentary flair. The film portrayal of titular institution goes beyond average found footage gimmick, its understanding of the presentation makes it as though audience is watching real The Atticus Institute presents an interesting direction for possession subgenre with authentic documentary flair.
The Atticus Institute - Movie Reviews - Rotten Tomatoes. 2015-01-07 SYNOPSIS: Dr. Henry West founded The Atticus Institute in the early 1970s to test individuals expressing supernatural abilities – E.S.P., clairvoyance, psychokinesis, etc. Despite witnessing. The Atticus Institute is a blast from the past, but it's not a very scary one. Full Review, Original Score: 5/10 Dustin Putman.