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Hypnotic (2021)


A young woman seeking self-improvement enlists the help of a renowned hypnotist but, after a handful of intense sessions, discovers unexpected and deadly consequences.

Hypnotic (2021)

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Released Year: 2021
Runtime: 88 minutes
Genre: Drama, Horror, Thriller
Writers: Richard D'Ovidio

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A young woman seeking self-improvement enlists the help of a renowned hypnotist but, after a handful of intense sessions, discovers unexpected and deadly consequences.

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Reviews


75
San Francisco Chronicle - G. Allen Johnson
This is the kind of made-for-cable-level movie where a pedestrian script (by Richard D’Ovidio) with the usual horror cliches is elevated by strong acting, no-nonsense direction and a couple of neat twists.
50
IGN - Matt Fowler
Kate Siegel does her best to elevate a simplistic thriller that follows all the same beats you're accustomed to.
50
The New York Times - Lena Wilson
The twists in Hypnotic may not be brilliant, but they are abundant, making for the sort of straight-to-streaming treat best enjoyed on a couch, with company who will laugh with you and let you yell at the screen.
33
The Playlist - Nick Allen
The thrills here, whether you want to believe what Hypnotic is hawking, are far too mild to be satisfying for even a mindless viewing.
25
RogerEbert.com - Christy Lemire
This slick and cheesy Netflix movie only occasionally rises to the potential of its wild premise, thanks mostly to a crazy-eyed, licking-his-chops performance from Jason O’Mara. He knows exactly what kind of material he’s working with here. For the most part, though, “Hypnotic” is dopey, but never quite dopey enough.

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