The Terrible Two

Those cursed children

Reviewed by: Alicia Glass
Published on: March 8, 2022 (URL is not
Available on: Amazon Prime Video
Content release date: 2018-03-06

Reviewed by: Jay Andrews-Tracy

The Terrible Two is a horror/thriller movie that will leave you on the edge of your seat. This movie starts out rather slow, the film takes awhile to build up lead-in the finale. The show starts out with wife Rose Poe (Carie Moskow), and husband Albert Poe (Reid Doyle), they move into a new house. Rose is pregnant with their child and the house was offered to them at a good deal. Really too good of a deal, always suspicious.

Once moved into the house and they get settled, their daughters die from an unfortunate accident. After the daughters had died, other crazy stuff starts to happen and the fun begins! Little did they know, that the house has a story behind it. There was a small cult some while ago, and a person within the cult puts a curse on the house, and it seems anyone else who moves into it. There does seem to be some plot holes within the movie though.

It takes a minute for the movie to build up. The acting is not the greatest in the world, but it eventually evens out to something great. The effects and shots are decent, and the plot is pretty well written, eventually. There are a couple of different movie twists to go along with the zany action.

Rose starts hearing voices in her head, and begins to go insane. She is making her husband wonder about her, and think she might really need help and calls upon Dr. Connor (Devin Mcgee), who is their priest and tries to help them with their situation. The music is composed by Dizi Johnson, and Matt Rose. They do not seem to have any other credits, other than this movie. That is okay, because they did a good job, hopefully they will be part of other movies.

I feel like that there should be some sort of sequel to the movie. They left it quite open at the end and left you wondering, what is going to happen after the last scene? The movie has more potential to grow into something more than it has developed. But hey, sequel franchises, even B-rated and under ones, are always fun.