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A good and entertaining movie but I wouldn't call it a real horror. Worth watching & I did like it but not what I expected. B+,
This review is from: House at the End of the Street [Blu-ray] (Blu-ray)
"Sometimes people can't be fixed." Sarah (Shue) and her daughter Elissa
(Lawrence) have just moved to a new town. They love their new house and
the new friends they have made. They did move next door to a house that
4 years ago was the site of a brutal double murder. They were assured
that the killer was dead, but sometimes people don't know the whole
story. This is not a bad movie at all, I wouldn't say its that scary
but I did enjoy it. The one big problem with this is that there were a
lot of parts that seemed to drag and didn't really move the story
forward. I think the problem was that the story was really a good half
hour TV show type plot that tried to make it into a full length movie.
That doesn't always work. I'm not saying not to watch because it is
worth watching but don't go in expecting a full on horror movie.
Overall a good movie that is worth seeing but not what I expected. I
give it a B+.