We Are Still Here


Action / Horror

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 95%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 52%
IMDb Rating 5.7 10 14780


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Lisa Marie as May Lewis
Barbara Crampton as Anne Sacchetti
Larry Fessenden as Jacob Lewis
Monte Markham as Dave McCabe
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1hr 24 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by Sam Panico 7 / 10

Fulci influenced horror

Anne (Barbara Crampton, Chopping Mall) and Paul are getting over the death of their son Bobby, so they decide to move to quiet, rural New England. But the moment they enter their new house, Anne claims that Bobby is there and Cat, their neighbor, tells them to leave.

Turns out that their house was once a funeral home, where the Dagmar family sold corpses and buried empty caskets before being chased out of town.

Anne invites two spiritualist friends, May (Lisa Marie, The Lords of Salem) and Jacob, who hope to help her contact Bobby. Their son is due to arrive later, but as soon as he gets there, he and his girlfriend are killed by whatever is inside the house. The couples are at dinner, where everyone in town treats them with suspicion. That's because the house needs to be fed every thirty years or the evil inside it will seek out fresh souls and destroy the town.

A seance leads to all hell breaking loose, with the spirit of the father of the Dagar clan possessing Jacob and revealing that the villagers used his family as a sacrifice. The other townspeople come to the house to kill everyone inside, only to be murdered by the vengeful ghosts of the Dagmar family before leaving the house, finally having found revenge.

Anne and Paul walk into the cursed basement, then smile at the camera as they greet their son.

We Are Still Here announced the arrival of writer/director Ted Geoghegan as a name to watch in horror films. And his influences are obvious - many of the characters in this film are inspired by Fulci's The House by the Cememtary. I didn't expect much of this film and was pleasantly surprised by how fast it moves and how intense the gore gets. It's as close to a Fulci film as it seems we'll get these days.

Reviewed by sdlsuperpixie 1 / 10

Spoiler alert. Haunted house story

This was one of the worst movies I've ever seen. The acting was horrible and the story line was stupid and then confusing mixed with horrible acting. I was drunk when I watched this and all the alcohol still didn't make it better. I can't believe all the reviews of the people saying anything above 4 stars. Absolutely horrible movie. I wish I had that hour and a half of my life back. I really do. This movie was not scary at all.

Reviewed by gavin6942 7 / 10

Strong Directorial Debut

In the cold, wintry fields of New England, a lonely old house wakes up every thirty years - and demands a sacrifice.

Let's face it: Barbara Crampton delivers one of her stronger performances, whereas the male lead delivers his lines in a very stunted way. He shall not even be named here. But good on Crampton! Far too many "horror icons" feel the need to phone in their performances, thinking their name on the poster is all that matters. And while it is true that Crampton's name does sell, she adds a great deal of value to her name here, in what may be her best work since the Stuart Gordon years.

We also have a fun role for Larry Fessenden, who really deserves to have a little fun. Has any other creative genius launched more great independent filmmakers in the last decade? I would guess not.

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