Doesn't get much worse than this
OK...I'll try to keep this short, like I wished this movie had been. In
a couple of words, this movie was a stream of loose-ends and B acting
in the guise of a thriller/scary movie. Dennis Quaid and Sharon Stone
lost a lot of points in my book (only Stone had much credibility at all
thanks to Casino), and all I could wonder by the end of the movie was
how some lucky jerk got this movie green lighted at all. So if you're
curious about the movie, my advice is to not only not watch it, but
instead you should rent a movie you know is going to be bad. That way
you at least won't be disappointed, because the only real thing that
makes it watchable is the...oh no, wait. The previews don't count..
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New Yorkers Cooper Tilson (Quaid), his wife Leah (Stone) and their two children move into a dilapidated old mansion that they thought could be their dream house. Until one after another terrifying incident led them to discover the secrets of the old house..
Misleading and ill-marketed thriller...
Stupid horror film that was marketed as a supernatural mystery but is rather
a dumb mortal tale of two city slickers (Dennis Quaid and Sharon Stone) who
take their kids out of New York City after a near-fatal car crash and buy a
huge manor in the middle of nowhere.
Unfortunately for them, Dale, the old owner, gets out of prison and comes
looking for them, eager to cover up a murderous secret that has been buried
inside the house (or around it?) for years.
Dennis Quaid is a documentarian and his wife does nothing but mope about. As
he does everything in the house, including making breakfast, she whines that
she does too much. Just one of many laughable moments in this
straight-to-video-style thriller that boasts a good cast giving watered-down
They knew what they were getting into.
The movie is dumb. This could have made a great supernatural thriller.
That's what I thought it was, anyway.
- John Ulmer.