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This movie is my favorite of all horror films! While there is no blood or gore in this film it is still extremely suspenseful and quite scary. Read morePublished 3 days ago by JAMES KENYON
My all-time favorite ghost story (The Haunting of Hill House), and the movie came very close to capturing author Shirley Jackson's genius. Read morePublished 5 days ago by Rich
This is the best of hearing and not seeing. You never see anything . but ahaaaa you see why.Published 8 days ago by Granny55
Great scary movie. No blood, gore, beheadings, chain saws, hostels, etc.
Film is in black and white which adds to the film's sinister feel. Read more
One of my favorite movies. Intense without resorting to cheesy monsters or gratuitous gore.Published 17 days ago by Ron H.
The "housewife in bluejeans" as one reviewer called Shirley Jackson, writer of the book made into film.Published 1 month ago by Jim Pinkoski
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I can't compare the 2003 version of Haunting over the 1963 version. The later film had a good cast, etc. but the 1963 version had the
Robert Wise touch. He took camera angles, sound effects, the subtle ambience to make this movie work. He played on your own imagination to scare you. No... Read More
Jul 10, 2012 by L. Myers | See all 5 posts
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"In the night, in the dark, no will hear you scream, no one lives any closer than town. No one will move any closer than that. In the night, in the dark," Most frightening lines in a movie.
The birds gathering, waiting silently, waiting..
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