This movie is about a young college girl who lost her mentally ill mother. The main character Rose and her father move to a new place and they have a troubled relationship as Rose resents her father for getting more work to do when her mother got really sick. The house they moved to has a history, a girl who lived there, called Rachel, went missing and was never found.
There are a lot of problems with this movie and I'm not going to comment on the cliches because I honestly don't mind cliches as long as they are well done, which is not the case.
The movie seems to try to set the idea that Rose might have the same illness as her mother, but... It's so not convincing that a lot of the father/daughter dialogue feels dumb. Which brings us to another problem: the dialogue as a whole. There is so much exposition going on it's annoying especially since the "mistery" of the movie is so obvious since so early in the movie. I mean they did a kind of nice job in the very beginning when Rose is suspicious of Lila's father, but then they just made it all go away when Rose accused the guy in the middle of the street and for some weird reason instead of being really mad at a girl - who you just talked once - for doing that to your father, Lila explains everything to Rose, even very personal things and continues to be good friends with her. It's just so unrealistic and that pushed me right out of the movie. And it's sad to watch it after that because you can see that they are trying to make you confused about who is the person that killed Rachel when you already know ages ago. And I am a person who is AWFUL at figure this things out in movies.
Anyway, I think it could have been a nice cliche horror movie, but its incredible predictability killed it.
Action / Thriller
Action / Thriller
The disturbed twenty year-old Rose Halshford moves with her father, the architect Jerry Halshford, to an old house after the loss of her mother. Soon Rose meets her next door neighbor Leila Markby and she learns about the tragic disappearance of the teenager Rachel that was sheltered by the previous owner of her house, Cheri Garrison and her son Marcus. Rose suspects of Leila's father Howard Markby and she also learns that he had been the prime suspect of the police but proved his innocence. Rose overhears noises in the house but her father believes she is still traumatized by the loss of her mother. Rose also dates the constructor Noah Henry that is refurbishing the house. When strange events happen in the house, Jerry believes Rose is the responsible. Is his daughter really paranoid?
Uploaded By: FREEMAN
Downloaded 1,814 times
June 19, 2016 at 05:28 PM