Overall, I like this movie a lot.
But this is also my type of genre - Sci-Fi creatures, in this case the Wildlings, which look kind of like werewolves or lycans.
So I can see why some people would not like this movie if they hate this type of movie.
I don't think it's 100% original or 100% creative.
But I think it was done right. It has great character development for the main character.
I was rooting for this teen girl who happens to be a wildling.
She didn't get to choose her family or who she is.
She just takes what life has given her and does her best with it.
In conclusion, I would say that this movie is 100% better than most Sci-Fi movies out there, so kudos to the director/writer of this movie.
Wildling (2018) 1080p YIFY Movie
Wildling (2018) 1080p
A blossoming teenager uncovers the dark secret behind her traumatic childhood.
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The Synopsis for Wildling (2018) 1080p
Anna spends her entire childhood under the care of a mysterious man she only knows as Daddy. He keeps her locked in an attic making her fear the Wildling, a child-eating monster that roams the outside. At age 16, Anna is freed by small-town sheriff Ellen Cooper who helps her start a new life as a normal teenager. But as Anna's body begins to blossom, her childhood nightmares return with a vengeance, leading to the conclusion of a terrifying secret.
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The Reviews for Wildling (2018) 1080p
I like it a lotReviewed bytranat71Vote: 10/10
Overall, I like this movie a lot.
This review of Wilding is spoiler free
THE NORTH-AMERICAN wilderness more specifically the wooded areas are believed to be the home of many creatures big or small, real or none, but perhaps it's more famous as the place for the many anonymous sightings of the legendary Sasquatch, however German director Fritz B?hm's directorial debut Wildling may be give the giant mythological creature a run for its money. Whether it's a glimpse into an adolescent's life as she goes through mysterious changes bodily changes none of them are of the natural human cycle, or portraying an exquisite female-centered coming-of-age arc that's very different to others in its genre.
When her carer leaves her, she is left to fend for herself against aggressive teenage boys and their hormones, departed parents and womanly welcomings that are otherwise treated as dangerously unleashed. The film has much more to show than just your average teenage story going through normal everyday changes. B?hm leads his solid focus to Anna a blossoming teenager who uncovers dark secrets about her traumatic childhood, a time in which she spent most of her early years locked in an attic where her career (Dourif) tells her stories of a long-clawed, hairy mythical creature that eats children - a bit like sasquatch - but perhaps a little bit more believable...or not (we'll go with, not).
Though while its title might suggest as much this isn't a reference or a direct copycat of Game of Thrones instead it plays like last year's French cannibal hit Raw, however while a little rough around the edges as German director B?hm doesn't do so well with the film's gory moments definitely not as well as Julia Ducournau, she went all out with it so much so that it was almost shocking with audiences walking out or vomiting, but B?hm's approach on the gore is more cagey. He doesn't do too well with the scares either, sure it's shrouded in a murky atmosphere, but he struggles to keep the horror side going for a while it seems that the only scary thing here is a slight fog.
Yet, there's a silver lining found in the film's bare essentials, the perfect casting of 26-year-old Brit Bel Powley who yet again gives a phenomenally feral performance as our beastly protagonist. That and the director's last-minute swerve into a less dense action-packed finale changing the film's genre from beastly horror to action. Wilding may be a little rough around the edges but thanks to Powley's fierce performance who yet again works out as a reliable talent by giving us another remarkable character in Anna, B?hm's debut serves as a solid coming-of-age affair.
VERDICT If a little rough around the edges Powley's fierce and untamed beast-like performance makes for a solid female-centered affair.
Wildling has a promising start even though it is very reminiscent to The Room in its early scenes. As the story unfolds, the film basically disintegrates before finally stopping with a badly written ending. At times, you could also connect the story to the one of Raw, the French film from 2016. I would advise you to see that one since it is incomparably better than Wildling. The acting is quite decent but the story feels underdeveloped, sloppy and it also contains some unecessary cheesy teenage romantic moments. There are not many special effects, but even the ones present are poorly executed. I know this is a harsh review and I wish I could list some more positives but they are simply not there. It is a shame since the opening minutes are not bad.