It's pretty scary.
It does an excellent job (in my estimation) of employing techniques to convey information is a way suitable to what needs to be conveyed, including some very sophisticated techniques of noise and static.
And, as I mentioned, it's pretty scary. In fact, the guy at the theater told me he was having to card kids trying to get in who weren't 16 because so many of the shows have been sold out and the kids all want to see it.
They should see it, before it's too late. And to some degree, that's what it's about. And why it went from a record opening weekend to now having only a 66% fresh rating at rotten tomatoes. So what happened? In the words of one reviewer via twitter, "The last 5 minutes will change your life!" and I hope that it will change many people's lives. There is, however, a contradiction, a kind of fence-sitting that makes it difficult for secularists to really support it, or for Christians to really support it.
Killer Elite: Definitions of Patriotism).
The definition of a "witch."
Usually, in my understanding, witches like sex, the more perverse and promiscuous the better (consider, for example Rosemary's Baby). So if this is really the only reason, why would Grandma "the witch" Lois brutally break Dennis' back (symbolizing that he didn't have the backbone to marry Julie) and kill her daughter? There's a lot of important issues which we could discuss regarding this film, but there is really only one that I think will finally put it into perspective: the wild card spirit haunting Julie, Dennis and the girls: Toby.