We Go On


Action / Drama / Horror / Thriller

Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 50%
IMDb Rating 5.8 10 2579


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Annette O'Toole as Charlotte
John Glover as Dr. Ellison
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671.07 MB
23.976 fps
1hr 29 min
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23.976 fps
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by Kalevi Ko 8 / 10

Thoroughly well-executed small-budget horror

Seeing this with very low expectations, I was first waiting it to fall on its face but soon realised the writing, acting and direction was all sure-footed and I'd even say innovative. On the outset, Annette O'Toole and Clark Freeman make an unlikely mother-son couple but they sold their roles and even made me emotional at times.

The budget is indeed tiny, but it didn't take anything away from the solid creepiness. Build-up was executed well, and the story moved nicely from almost comedy to genuine scares. Even at the end this little horror surprise stood its ground and avoided the usual sour taste that most films in its genre leave behind.

Reviewed by Claudio Carvalho 7 / 10

Be Careful with the Door you Open

In Los Angeles, the video editor Miles Grisson (Clark Freeman) is a man with many phobias inclusive he does not drive. When Miles has several nightmares with his death, he decides to offer a $ 30,000 reward for anyone that proves the existence of a ghost, or demon, or angel and consequently the afterlife. His protective mother Charlotte Grisson (Annette O'Toole) reads the news and comes to his apartment. Miles receives more than one thousand correspondences and together with his mother, they analyze the responses and they end with three candidates. The first one is Dr. Ellison (John Glover) but Charlotte finds that he is a fraud. The second one is the medium Josephina (Giovanna Zacarías) that tells that Bill asked him to stop his search. However Charlotte again tells that Josephine is a fraud. The third one is an entrepreneur but Miles finds that he is a con-man. When Miles receives a mysterious phone call from a man called Nelson (Jay Dunn), he schedules an encounter with him in a park near the airport. Soon he learns that there are doors that should never be opened.

"We Go on" is an intriguing and original ghost story. The screenplay is well-written with many plot points and the cast is excellent, with great performances of the veteran Annete O'Toole and Clark Freeman. The supernatural story is interesting and the encounter of Nelson and Miles is the scariest moment of this good film. My vote is seven.

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Reviewed by MELlSANDRE 7 / 10


I was a little hesitant to watch this movie as I really don't trust ratings anymore. It seems as if this site especially is overrun with fake reviews and ratings in order to either fluff a piece of trash film up, or bring a good one down. This one seemed to be one that had too many good reviews without having ever really been in the mainstream and that to me was a red flag. I'm so glad I chose to ignore my reservations and watch. If anything, the rating should be higher.

What can one say about this movie that will properly express how good it really is, while also not skipping over its not-so-great parts?

Let's see if I can swing it.

In a word, I guess the best way one can describe it is to say it is very original and unlike anything else you've seen before. The twists are great, and just when you think it is going to be oh-so predictable, it isn't. It keeps you on your viewing toes.

It is also told at the perfect pace. At no time does it feel rushed, nor does it stagnate.

The acting is SUPERB from almost everyone, with a special mention to/about the Latina lady who is just extraordinary. (By the way I just Googled 'We Go On cast' and she's not on there. What is up with that)? Clark Freeman, the main actor is also really, really good and I have to wonder why he isn't in so many more things.

I did have a problem with the casting choice for the mom who I found to be extremely annoying and off putting. I can't place my finger on what precisely most bothered me about her on screen presence but in a nutshell she was just awfully grating, and I think the film would have been better had the actress toned the character down just a notch, or had another actress been chosen. For me, the mom's presence although integral to the story, as filmed, was a miss.

The second thing I thought was somewhat of a detractor to an otherwise terrific film, is what happens at around minute :36. It was just very absurd in the context of things. Looking back I guess they needed that in order to properly position what happens in the rest of the film and the lead really does do a good job of trying to sell it, but at the moment you are watching it, all you can think of is 'huh?' and 'why?'.

Those two things aside however, I highly recommend it to any fan of the genre and even to crossover fans. It is a surprisingly well done little bit of cinema and I dare say you will even find yourself thinking about it after the credits roll.

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