We Are Still Here
Directed by Ted Geoghegan
When grieving parents Paul (Andrew Sensenig) and Anne (Barbara Crampton) move into the home of a family of bloodthirsty spirits, they mistakenly think the presence is their son. Seeking help, they invite psychic friends May (Lisa Marie) and Jacob (Larry Fessenden) to make contact, but soon realize vengeful spirits aren’t all they have to fear. This grisly splatterpunk spin on haunted house flicks brilliantly twists audience expectations before culminating in an outrageously bloody finale you won’t be able to shake. Named one of 2015’s top 10 horror films by Rolling Stone.
Grieving parents move into a new home that houses a family of bloodthirsty spirits.
Cast: Barbara Crampton, Andrew Sensenig, Lisa Marie, Larry Fessenden
A surprisingly effective modern-day haunted house flick. Some terrifying moments.
Just what the doctor ordered! Lovecraftian horror in New England with plenty of carnage to satisfy the bloodthirsty. Did anyone else notice the numerous references to Fulci’s films, particularly House By The Cemetery and The Beyond?
Surprisingly captivating retro inspired horror film. Slow burn (no pun intended) of a film with a crazy final showdown. Wonderful film that is rewatchable for all the subtilties of the acting, plot, etc.
The movie started out with some really creepy vibes. It soon turned into bang, "Ha, we jump scared you," fest. It then became a splatterpunk for some odd reason. I don't mind gore, it just didn't work well with this film. The final nail in the coffin was the plot holes. It's like they threw away the original script and used one for a different movie halfway through.
The storyline was fantastic! The acting was pretty bad, & I’d have loved more depth to the overall backstory.