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* ParanoidThriller: The movie is presented as a horror film about an impending apocalypse at the hands of body-snatching demons/monsters, but [[spoiler: the creatures are non-existent. This horror flick is actually about a profoundly mentally ill man entrenched in his hallucinations and delusions, convinced that anyone around him could be a demon. The horrific visuals, disconcerting sounds, and phone calls are all in the protagonist's mind]].



* ThroughTheEyesOfMadness: [[spoiler: Wyatt's hallucinations are presented as real when he's the sole character in the scene.]]
* ParanoidThriller: The movie is presented as a horror film about an impending apocalypse at the hands of body-snatching demons/monsters, but [[spoiler: the creatures are non-existent. This horror flick is actually about a profoundly mentally ill man entrenched in his hallucinations and delusions, convinced that anyone around him could be a demon. The horrific visuals, disconcerting sounds, and phone calls are all in the protagonist's mind]].

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* ThroughTheEyesOfMadness: [[spoiler: Wyatt's hallucinations are presented as real when he's the sole character in the scene.]]
* ParanoidThriller: The movie is presented as a horror film about an impending apocalypse at the hands of body-snatching demons/monsters, but [[spoiler: the creatures are non-existent. This horror flick is actually about a profoundly mentally ill man entrenched in his hallucinations and delusions, convinced that anyone around him could be a demon. The horrific visuals, disconcerting sounds, and phone calls are all in the protagonist's mind]].
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* ParanoidThriller: The movie is presented as a horror film about an impending apocalypse at the hands of body-snatching demons/monsters, but [[spoiler: the creatures are non-existent; this horror flick is actually about a profoundly mentally ill man entrenched in his hallucinations and delusions, convinced that anyone around him could be a demon. The horrific visuals, disconcerting sounds, and phone calls are all in the protagonist's mind]].

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* ParanoidThriller: The movie is presented as a horror film about an impending apocalypse at the hands of body-snatching demons/monsters, but [[spoiler: the creatures are non-existent; this non-existent. This horror flick is actually about a profoundly mentally ill man entrenched in his hallucinations and delusions, convinced that anyone around him could be a demon. The horrific visuals, disconcerting sounds, and phone calls are all in the protagonist's mind]].


* ParanoidThriller: The movie is presented as a horror film about an impending apocalypse at the hands of body-snatching demons/monsters, but [[spoiler: the creatures are non-existent; this horror flick is actually about a profoundly mentally ill man entrenched in his hallucinations and delusions. The horrific visuals, supernatural conspiracy, disconcerting sounds, and phone calls are all in the protagonist's mind]].

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* ParanoidThriller: The movie is presented as a horror film about an impending apocalypse at the hands of body-snatching demons/monsters, but [[spoiler: the creatures are non-existent; this horror flick is actually about a profoundly mentally ill man entrenched in his hallucinations and delusions. delusions, convinced that anyone around him could be a demon. The horrific visuals, supernatural conspiracy, disconcerting sounds, and phone calls are all in the protagonist's mind]].


* ParanoidThriller: The movie is presented as a horror film about body-snatching monsters/demons, but [[spoiler: the creatures are non-existent; this horror flick is actually about a profoundly mentally ill man entrenched in his hallucinations and delusions. The horrific visuals, disconcerting sounds, and phone calls are all in the protagonist's mind]].

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* ParanoidThriller: The movie is presented as a horror film about an impending apocalypse at the hands of body-snatching monsters/demons, demons/monsters, but [[spoiler: the creatures are non-existent; this horror flick is actually about a profoundly mentally ill man entrenched in his hallucinations and delusions. The horrific visuals, supernatural conspiracy, disconcerting sounds, and phone calls are all in the protagonist's mind]].


* SchizophrenicThriller: The movie is presented as a horror film about body-snatching monsters/demons, but [[spoiler: the creatures are non-existent; this horror flick is actually about a profoundly mentally ill man entrenched in his hallucinations and delusions. The horrific visuals, disconcerting sounds, and phone calls are all in the protagonist's mind]].

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* SchizophrenicThriller: ParanoidThriller: The movie is presented as a horror film about body-snatching monsters/demons, but [[spoiler: the creatures are non-existent; this horror flick is actually about a profoundly mentally ill man entrenched in his hallucinations and delusions. The horrific visuals, disconcerting sounds, and phone calls are all in the protagonist's mind]].


* SchizophrenicThriller: The movie is presented as a horror film about body-snatching monsters/demons, but [[spoiler: these creatures are non-existent; this horror flick is actually about a profoundly mentally ill man entrenched in his hallucinations and delusions. The horrific visuals, disconcerting sounds, and phone calls are all in the protagonist's mind]].

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* SchizophrenicThriller: The movie is presented as a horror film about body-snatching monsters/demons, but [[spoiler: these the creatures are non-existent; this horror flick is actually about a profoundly mentally ill man entrenched in his hallucinations and delusions. The horrific visuals, disconcerting sounds, and phone calls are all in the protagonist's mind]].


* SchizophrenicThriller: The movie is presented as a horror film about body-snatching monsters/demons, but [[spoiler: these creatures are non-existent; this horror flick is actually about a profoundly mentally ill man entrenched in his hallucinations and delusions]].

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* SchizophrenicThriller: The movie is presented as a horror film about body-snatching monsters/demons, but [[spoiler: these creatures are non-existent; this horror flick is actually about a profoundly mentally ill man entrenched in his hallucinations and delusions]].delusions. The horrific visuals, disconcerting sounds, and phone calls are all in the protagonist's mind]].


* ThroughTheEyesOfMadness: [[spoiler: Wyatt's hallucinations are presented as real when he's the sole character in the scene.]]

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* ThroughTheEyesOfMadness: [[spoiler: Wyatt's hallucinations are presented as real when he's the sole character in the scene.]]]]
* SchizophrenicThriller: The movie is presented as a horror film about body-snatching monsters/demons, but [[spoiler: these creatures are non-existent; this horror flick is actually about a profoundly mentally ill man entrenched in his hallucinations and delusions]].


* TheyLookLikeUsNow: Wyatt believes that the monsters can take the form of humans. Anyone passing you by on the street, even your own friends and family, might really be a monster.

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* TheyLookLikeUsNow: Wyatt believes that the monsters can take the form of humans. Anyone passing you by on the street, even your own friends and family, might really be a monster.monster.
* ThroughTheEyesOfMadness: [[spoiler: Wyatt's hallucinations are presented as real when he's the sole character in the scene.]]

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* EarnYourHappyEnding: It takes the entire movie and a whole lot of trauma on both their parts, but Wyatt and Christian both manage to overcome [[spoiler: their mental illness that was making them believe that they were seeing monsters.]]

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* EarnYourHappyEnding: It takes the entire movie and a whole lot of trauma on both their parts, but Wyatt and Christian both manage to overcome [[spoiler: their mental illness issues (hallucinations and self-esteem) that was making them believe that they were seeing monsters.plaguing their lives.]]

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* EarnYourHappyEnding: It takes the entire movie and a whole lot of trauma on both their parts, but Wyatt and Christian both manage to overcome [[spoiler: their mental illness that was making them believe that they were seeing monsters.]]


* NoAntagonist: [[spoiler:The monsters are all in Wyatt's head. The only struggles in the film are internal]].

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* NoAntagonist: [[spoiler:The monsters are all in Wyatt's head. The only struggles in the film are internal]].internal. It's a genuinely scary horror movie with no actual monsters and no deaths! Whadya know?]].



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* HeartwarmingMoments: In the final scene, [[spoiler:before he can attempt to kill a seemingly-transforming Christian, Wyatt finally acknowledges that he's hallucinating and frees him. Wyatt's relief when Christian is shown to be okay brings him to TearsOfJoy.]]

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* HeartwarmingMoments: In the final scene, [[spoiler:before he can attempt to kill a seemingly-transforming Christian, Wyatt finally acknowledges that he's hallucinating and frees him. Wyatt's relief when Christian is shown to be okay brings him to TearsOfJoy.]]

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