Directed by Yam Laranas
After being released from prison, Bobby (Jesse Bradford) moves into a new apartment and starts hearing brutal violence happening in the apartment next door. But when he investigates, he realizes his loud neighbors live in the afterlife. As Bobby tries to solve the supernatural mystery, the ghosts kill another tenant. But the police don’t believe Bobby’s stories and think he’s the killer. Can he stop the spirits from killing again before he winds up back in jail? Filipino horror director Yam Laranas (THE ROAD) directed this unnerving US remake of his hit 2004 thriller.
After being released from prison, a man starts hearing ghostly violence happening in the apartment next door.
Cast: Amelia Warner, Carlos Leon, Jesse Bradford, Kevin Durand
confusing ending. i don't get it.
This movie goes nowhere, Jesse Bradford is sexy that’s it.
solid four of five skulls. Good moral story. Main character's acting takes you out of the story a bit.
Acting is stilted, but they have some surprisingly familiar faces playing bit parts. The best thing about this is how it breaks the trope: absolutely everyone can—and does—see the ghosts. No question about the reality of the situation, which is probably a metaphor. Great story and memorable moral.
Good not great but worth the watch