Hex is a 2022 American horror film about a skydiving pact that results in one of the team disappearing and probable death for the others.
Directed by Chris Johnston and Andy Malchiodi from a screenplay written by Hans Rodionoff. Produced by Bethany Baptiste, Joey Box, Chris Johnston and Andy Malchiodi. Executive produced by Hans Rodionoff, Jordan Rosner and Gato Scatena.
Sarah (Kayla Adams) witnesses a mysterious disappearance while on a skydive. The remaining team of skydivers are haunted and left fighting for their lives. As they search for answers, they find that things are not as they seem…
“The big reveal isn’t terribly shocking, but it’s also not entirely clear how this evil emerged from a skydiving maneuver. Despite these faults, it’s somewhat interesting to see what the skydiving culture is like, and its similarities to ski culture, surf culture, etc.” Common Sense Media
“No one will watch the credits roll on this and mistake that they just watched a cinematic masterpiece, but it’s just crazy and wacky enough to be fun. The acting is a bit all over the place, and the plot doesn’t make sense sometimes, yet it felt like you couldn’t take your eyes off the screen.” Overly Honest Movie Reviews
” …it isn’t a really bad film, it has some good scenes, and initially, the mystery of what is going on is interesting. But the script can’t hold the plot together and it ends up feeling more like a lot of random incidents glued together than an actual story. In the end, Hex is a waste of potential, think Point Break reaches its Final Destination, which turns into a confused and rather silly story of curses and deals with demons.” 2 out of 5, Voices from the Balcony
“A big thumbs up has to go to the stunt team and skydivers. The movie itself does have its mystery with disappearing jumpers which leads onto strange happenings but it just lacked any suspense, depth or intensity apart from when they were actually about to jump out of a plane which by the looks of things is tense anyway.” Which Film
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