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Far more terrifying than what was seen in theaters, this special unrated version of DARK WATER is a thoroughly absorbing, suspense-filled thriller starring Jennifer Connelly. Dahlia Williams (Connelly) and her 5-year-old daughter are ready to begin a new life together. But their new apartment - dilapidated and worn - suddenly seems to take on a life of its own. Mysterious noises, persistent leaks of dark water, and other strange happenings in the deserted apartment above send Dahlia on a haunting and mystifying pursuit - one that unleashes a torrent of living nightmares.
"'Dark Water' is the scariest ghost story since 'The Sixth Sense'!" -- Clay Smith, Access Hollywood
"A stylish thriller that rewards the patient viewer with an emotional punch..." -- Leonard Maltin, Entertainment Tonight
"After seeing 'Dark Water' you may never turn on a faucet again." -- Pete Hammond, Maxim
"Hands down, the year's creepiest, most unsettling thriller." -- Todd David Schwartz, CBS Radio
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Overview: I love Jennifer Connelly and she does not disappoint in this well made paranormal thriller. Don't expect gratuitous jump scares peppered throughout, this is taught and well done from beginning to end and the movie doesn't need those. The cinematography is dark and brooding mirroring the film's purpose. There's no fancy CGI because it's not needed, and I can appreciate that. The supporting cast like, John C. Reilly and Camryn Manheim are wonderful and serve their characters well. The little girl that plays the daughter is wonderful in this movie and is so cute, you want to reach out and hug her.
I really like this movie and have watched it several times over the years, it's just so well done. If you enjoy "smart" thrillers that are more "under your skin creepy", rather than slasher, blood and guts with tons of CGI....then this movie is for you.
Jennifer Connelly is a recently divorced single mother with past mental issues who finds a place to live in the most god-awfully creepy tenemant in New York. This place looks like Attica prison turned into condos. Seriously. She and her small daughter take an apartment on the ninth floor and everything seems to be going fine. New school for the daughter. New job for the mom. The occasional spat between ex-husband & ex-wife. And then the leaks begin.
This movie is the most straight-forward ghost story you will ever see and when you realize where the story is going, you'll slap yourself in the head. Duh! But it does have freaky ending and that's cool. Not overly gory. I like that. Not that gore bothers me. When it's used gratuitously for no pupose other than shock-value, that's f*cking irritating. Definitely a flick worth seeing. Wouldn't pay full-price for it because it's pretty predictable. But it's a good mid-range suspense ride. When you watch the dark, creeping, oozing dark water slittering down from the ceiling, you will cringe. That's movie atmosphere at it's best.
My copy wasn't too expensive and in good shape.