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The Changeling

The Changeling

Directed by Peter Medak

Consumed by grief, a New York composer moves to a secluded Victorian mansion. There he finds himself haunted by a paranormal entity that may unleash an even more disturbing secret. Peter Medak's acclaimed and celebrated THE CHANGELING is quite simply, one of the great haunted house films.

In this haunted house essential, a composer moves to a secluded Victorian mansion inhabited by a paranormal entity.

Cast: George C. Scott, Trish Van Devere, Melvyn Douglas

Member Reviews

Sometimes the older, slow burns are creepier, because they have a more authentic feel. Most of the scary scenes are subtle, which makes things creepier, in my opinion.

aquatic-akuma
2 days ago

One of my favorite horror films from my childhood.

MsPinkFlamingo
6 days ago

One of my favorites from childhood

MsPinkFlamingo
6 days ago

Great atmospheric horror. In terms of haunted house movies, its a fundamental watch.

JCH1
1 week ago

If you find slow burns annoying and feel that there are movies that shouldn’t be on shudder because they “aren’t scary at all”, I promise you will hate this. I loved it. I could watch that old house and those old people all day. As my mom observed, you would just never see an older man with a big shiny red nose like that starring in a movie today. Too true mother, too true. The story is actually super engaging and I even got a couple of spooks (I’m easily spooked). If you can live without blood and sudden movements for awhile it’s a swell movie.

BruceMother
1 week ago