Fragmanı izle The Haunting of Hill House

The Haunting of Hill House

imdb: 9.1

The Haunting of Hill House, Shirley Jackson’ın aynı adlı ünlü romanından yola çıkıyor. Kitabın modern bir uyarlaması yapım, daha sonra ülke çapında “perili köşk” olarak ünlenecek bir evde büyüyen kardeşlerin hikayesini anlatıyor. Yıllar sonra yeniden buluşan kardeşler, Hill House adındaki bu yerle ve geçmişten gelen hayaletlerle yüzleşmek zorundadır.

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  1. @vurallfurkann

    Gerçekten bir dizi gerilim konusunda bu kadar mı başarılı olur. Konusu ve kurgusu çok güzeldi.

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  2. @slmcukilatam

    Her an aniden bir şey çıkacakmış gibi hissediyorum . Bu bitek bana mı oluyor

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  3. @England

    Evet arkadaşlar dizi hak ettiği imdb puanını almış en sonunda, başta dediğim gibi, 9.4 bayağı fazlaydı :D 8.8 ideal olmuş

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  4. @Agathusian

    Genel olarak her an yoğun bir gerilim yaşarken o gerilim içinden birden sizi korkutan bir an çıkabiliyor. Gerilim her bölümde konu,olaylar,karakterler ve olacaklar dahilinde artarken “benzer” sahneler ile tekrar korkuyorsunuz.. Korku türü için konu ve işleyiş bazlı çok başarılı bir dizi. Özellikle dizi içerisinde ki flashback (sahnesel geri dönüş) ler muazzam ötesiydi.. Aklınızda ki soru “İzlesem mi acaba ? ” ise cevabım ; “Ne duruyorsun,hemen izlemelisin” olacaktır. Keyifli seyirler..

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  5. @nOnstOp

    Kaliteli yapım budur işte. Kesinlikle izlerken sizi gericek.
    Ayrıca gecisleri harika ! Uzun zamandır boyle guzel yapım görmemistim.
    Düsünmeden izleyebilirsiniz.

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  6. @Rukiye_uzun

    LUKE ❤️

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  7. @Monsieur35

    Sadece uzun karanlığın ardından bi çığlık sesiyle izleyiciyi ürkütmeye çalışan diğer korku dizi ve filimlerin aksine; konusuyla,kurgusuyla türünün en iyilerinden.Gerçek bir başyapıt!

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  8. @TheError35

    Sadece ilk bölümü izledim. Sonuç ananıs2m sağlam gerilim.

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  9. @Rukiye_uzun

    Efsane bir dizi.

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  10. @LostSoul

    So, Let me start by saying I would give this show an 8.5, however, I have bumped it to a 9 as I finished the show recently, and my impressions of the last two episodes may be negatively skewing it lower.

    Let’s begin with the premise of the show, to which I will be lovingly comparing it to the hit 2004 TV show “Lost” and an incredible tour de force recent film “Hereditary”. We begin by being introduced to the show’s main characters. A family of seven, five children and two parents. The show starts in 2018 and we are introduced to a grown up version of the family. We instantly make our snap judgements of the characters, usually negative in most cases. And then in the style of lost, we experience the story of each character (with one episode being allocated to one member) in a double flashback fashion. First we are told the story of the children whom lived at Hill House many years ago. And then we are told a more recent story of the character that leads them to present day.

    I want to say that this version of story telling is not unique to “The Haunting of Hill House”, however, it might be that it is the best implementation of it I have seen to date. Utterly gripping. I don’t know if anyone reads the novel. I have had the opportunity to read years ago. I liked it. The show isn’t exactly a novel. There are serious changes. Of course a good change. The show sells us this incredible multi-faceted mystery, that intertwines throughout the years, and where none of the family are on the same page. And it does a wonderful job of tying up all those narratives, all those moments that you just let go as a “glitch in the system” but then later it would call back to it and you would understand a mystery you didn’t even know existed. With that, it is important to recognise the fantastic job the show did of revealing the “How” of the show. How everything tied together.

    A fan of black and white horror movies I am well acquainted with Robert Wise’s 1963 “The Haunting”, which to this day stands out to me as a classic of the haunted house horror genre. Netflix’s “The Haunting of Hill House” retains a lot of what makes that movie so great while also branching out on its own and introducing diverse and interesting characters. Also child players and adults really look like each other. Cast selection successful. While there is a definite difference of rating and the show opted to go into the realm of color tv I consider both to be entertaining and chilling in what makes classic horror effective. There’s even familiar nods to the movie- the iconic spiral staircase, a scene where two people are scared out of there minds by the walls seemingly coming alive and starting to shake, etc. This series falls more in the suspense than in horror and evidently if you are one of those who thinks that horror means gallons of blood and deaths every 20 minutes, forget it.

    Where the Netflix series really stands out to me is by tying all of the horror elements to PTSD, making you question whether these horrors are really just confined to the house, the people who lived in it, or both. The characters are somehow trying to live out their lives to the fullest and keep their sanity after the history and tragic memories of living in a haunted house. Each character believes different things about what happened there, and each is damaged in their own way. It feels somewhat reminiscent to TV shows like Lost in a way. This show goes pretty deep into this reality and for some it could possibly hit a little too close to home. 9/10

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