It follows (2015)

Not your usual horror flick it plateaus and peaks in varied intervals, building scares using both the mortal and super natural.

The length, though short drags on as director David Robert Mitchell presents fear of an entity that follows and takes different forms. Passed on a by the act of copulation, it generated as many laughs as frightful jumps, as lusts of teenagers played out on screen.

Even after marking it as an ‘18’ film the Indian censor board cut pivotal scenes, which made the already disjointed editing difficult to follow.

Not a wasted effort to induce fear, but not entirely successful.