Put simply, The Entity is about a woman living in Los Angeles who is repeatedly attacked and raped by a powerful but invisible force. Since a quick summary makes The Entity sound like some tasteless sexploitation picture, I understand the reaction, but I encourage people to watch it anyway, because beneath that dated and campy surface, The Entity is a film about sexual violence and the ways in which society silences the women who experience it while keeping the men who perpetuate it hidden from view. And perhaps most importantly, The Entity is about a woman who believes in the power of her story and refuses to stop telling it.
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It is a supernatural being that noticeably pursues its victims at a walking pace. Little is known about the creature or where it came from, but it is the result of a curse that was created through unknown means. A person who possesses the curse will be stalked endlessly by the entity until it kills him or her.
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Today I finally had the opportunity to watch the movie The Entity. I had heard a lot about the story from my in-laws who pride themselves on their encyclopedic knowledge of the supernatural, specifically those that happened in California, and so it made the story all the more creepy. This was the story of a ghost or demon that actually raped his victim.
As excited as I was to sit down and watch the film reboot of It — which is exceptional and full of heart — I also couldn't help but feel a building sense of dread as the film neared its tense conclusion. Much of my apprehension was owed to Bill Skarsgard's terrifying performance as Pennywisebut mainly I feared that a contentious and controversial scene from Stephen King's novel would be included. Fortunately the scene, which features a full-on orgy with a bunch of preteens, is not.