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29 of 32 people found the following review helpful
Well done Sept. 21 2012
By Quentin Davis - Published on Amazon.com
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Movies that are made from camera point-of-view can be very hit or miss. This one hits for several reasons:

1) The acting is very well done. The people are mostly believable in their roles, and the actor playing the dad does a great job (has some of the weightier emotional scenes).

2) The use of cameras everywhere makes sense in this case. They are a group of paranormal researchers trying to capture what is going on, and the use of lots of well placed cameras would be a good idea. So, cutting between them makes feels natural, and the use of them here really adds to an authentic feeling atmosphere.

3) The paranormal activity that gets captured on film happens very organically, it's not over the top, and folks seem to respond the way their characters would be expected.

4) The story itself isn't trite or hackneyed. It's a story that's hard to predict exactly why the events are taking place, and you feel yourself wondering what's the real cause, especially given how calm in certain cases the lead researcher seems to be (he's pretty confident he knows the real cause, but is trying to eliminate other possibilities).

Overall, I liked it much more than I expected to and if you like horror films, and especially camera-POV type films, this is a good one to watch.
38 of 44 people found the following review helpful
WHO KILLED YOU? Aug. 26 2012
By THE MOVIE GUY - Published on Amazon.com
The main problem with Apartment 143 is not the movie itself, but the fact we have been inundated with a host of hand held ghost stories that are "real" found footage with actors. The production by itself is decent, but given the fact we have seen it before will cause one to quickly get bored.

Three ghost hunters investigate the bizarre events at the apartment of Alan White (Kai Lennox). Paul (Rick Gonzalez) is the technology guy and the one we have to blame for all the cameras. Ellen (Fiona Glascott) is the secretary and assistant but vastly prefers the title "gate keeper." The brains of the operation is Dr. Hezler (Michael O'Keefe). Alan has two children: Benjamin (Damian Roman) who is four and Caitlin (Gia Mantegna) who is at that difficult age. Caitlin has a very cold if not hateful relationship with her father, which immediately makes you think we are headed down the ghost/incest lane, something that has become too much of a substitution for good writing here of late.

The mother Cindy has passed on. They believe she is the haunting spirit. Caitlin blames her father for her death.

This production is subject to the same criticism of all found film productions. This one experiments with an idiotic head mounted camera that gives the film a "fish eye" view. The writing and acting were acceptable "B" grade fair. The scare factor was middle of the road. The main problem with this film is that we didn't get to feel for the characters. We got to know about them, but just didn't care.

PARENTAL GUIDE: F-bomb, no sex or nudity.
12 of 13 people found the following review helpful
Good suspenseful horror April 2 2013
By S. Safreed - Published on Amazon.com
It's not going to win any Oscars, but Apartment 143 was a solid , suspenseful horror film. There were the appropriate bumps, knocks, eerie noises, and confused people. What made it far more interesting was the story itself. While it followed the standard pacing ad formula the characters were engaging, smart and most of all, scared.

I'm not a real fan of horror films but this one was definitely worth the time!
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
Crisp atmosphere, *some* excellent acting, and a mood of real dread Oct. 23 2013
By J from NY - Published on Amazon.com
A lot of viewers seem to have been nonplussed by this film, and I'm not entirely sure why. While the "found footage" technique is getting a bit hackneyed, there's still value in it if the director does it right. And in this case Carlen Torrens seemed to know what he was doing. (People seem to forget that the style originated with "The Last Broadcast" (1998) and not "The Blair Witch Project", tending to blame the latter instead of the former.)

It's not the concept that makes this a really grimy, scary movie, it's the cast of characters Torren brings on board, more specifically two actors who are just generally sinister in whatever roles they play: Michael O' Keefe and Kai Lennox, namely. O' Keefe looks particularly ghastly in this film as Dr. Helzer (a not so subtle reference to Hanz Holzer, the "parapsychologist" who once channeled the spirit of Elvis and wrote a book about it) as the lighting reflects on his constantly sweaty, angst ridden face. Kai Lennox absolutely looks like the malevolent dad with some perverse secret, and his meltdown at one point is great acting.

Keefe plays the parapsychologist called on by Lennox (Alan White, widower) as he needs assistance with his daughter's strange behavior and a poltergeist phenomenon within the home. The movie moves fairly quickly from being lighthearted to sinister without skipping a beat. When the explanations come--a cocktail of mental illness with something else moving around--it is genuinely eerie and packed with atmosphere. The only huge flaw in this production is the ending shot, which was absolutely cliched and just awful. Fortunately, that's after all the important elements of the film have occurred.

I would recommend this to any fan of the horror genre, despite the reservations that may come from some hasty reviews.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
This was a pleasant surprise. April 17 2014
By S. M. Randall - Published on Amazon.com
I really began watching Apt. 143 with some trepidation since I've seen some pretty bad POV/found footage movies. The "Bake street haunting", rushes to mind! This was very different. We don't have to wait patiently for 90% of the movie before the actions starts, it begins almost straightaway. The acting is really above par for this sort of movie, although I'm not sure there was enough sympathy for any of the 'haunted' characters, but we're more involved with the paranormal investigators; at least it seemed to me we knew them better and had more insight into them as people than the films victims. I viewed the father as weak, but then had a change of heart, he was just worn down, tired of dealing with so much drama and tragedy. Even the strongest can have weak moments. The children you will decide for yourself, I found the small boy cute and the teenager needing some 'old school' therapy.

I loved the 'set', the apartment itself, very cool. I found myself redecorating, painting and washing windows to the outside and the great french doors. It was very turn of the century which for some will be creepy, the long, solitary hallway with rooms feeding off of it, the tall ceiling, arched in a few rooms gave great depth and atmosphere. Everything was just a bit dingy, the wallpaper dated and dirty and the badly 'updated' lighting harsh, so all in all it put you on edge. I would give the creep factor of this movie a solid 8, and overall scariness an honest 8 1/2. It isn't bloody, no nudity or sex, some f-bombs towards the end, and good honest performances with a satisfying ending mean you could do much worse than watch Apt. 143. Really, I think it's worth a watch, I'll probably watch it again to make sure I didn't miss anything! Of course, always offered IMHO.

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