So, on January 18, the day it came out, I saw Mama. I just scrolled through all the "review" filtered articles and noticed there was something wrong with this page. It didn't have a Mama review on it!! So I will explain how this movie goes through and how good it is.

Personally, I thought it was a good scary movie for anyone who doesn't mind jumping out of their skin, running around the globe and coming back to watch the next five minutes until it happens again.

It was loaded with scares, but there weren't too many; it wasn't overloaded with scares. I find that a good quality in a horror movie, as it sometimes takes away from the plot if you're too busy running around the globe to see the next part.

It begins with a man who has to take his two daughters, aged three and one, to a creepy log cabin in the middle of the woods after killing his wife, and their mother (same person). He brought a gun and was about to kill his older daughter, Victoria, when a mysterious black figure takes him into the dark of the cabin and he was never seen again. Victoria was stuck in the cabin with her little sister, Lily, for five years. They were found by a couple researchers (at least I think they were researchers) hiking through the woods. The two men (the may-or-may-not-be researchers) searched the cabin, not knowing what to expect, when they were found by the two girls, now aged six and eight. They were wild and uncivilized, as they had raised themselves in the wild for five years. How they survived that long was a mystery, but it was clear they had been living on cherries. When they were adopted by their uncle Luke and his girlfriend, Annabel, it was clear they had brought something with them from the cabin. And it was jealous of Annabel's attachment to the girls.

Mama is rated PG-13, and makes you want to just cover your eyes when the suspense music starts up.

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Keep in mind, this is the first review I've ever written, and it probably isn't very good. So yeah.