Directed by Paul Solet
While home alone under house arrest, a teenager undergoes a terrifying brush with the supernatural in this stylish, hair-rising horror film co-starring Peter Stormare.
While home alone under house arrest, a teenager undergoes a terrifying brush with the supernatural.
Cast: Keir Gilchrist, Stella Maeve, Maestro Harrell
Pretty good movie, good story line with some dope plot twists but that ending got me mad
I'm 10 minutes in and done with this movie. I really wish Horror directors could understand what makes a likeable "PROtagonist". Some so called "deep", disturbed emo edgelord kid is supposed to be the one you relate too, and within 5 minutes you instantly dislike where this movie is going. Unlikeable characters, slow script, forgettable all over. Normally I love what Shudder brings to the table, but this is pure boredom trash without substance. I tried but I'm sorry, if I can't last 10 minutes then this is a pile of shite.
Not fantastic, but ambitious and well acted, as well as having the creepy, supernatural aesthetic.
Boring. I'd hoped this would be a bit like the film housebound, but with paranormal things. Very dissapointed,
An underrated gem directed by Paul Solet. A slowburn haunted house chiller that gets under your skin with one of the most killer twist endings. Requires some patience but rewards those willings to take this wild ride.