Two siblings played by William Baldin and Jodi Lyn O'Keefe travel to their families old, ancestrial estate upon the death of their father. They soon find out the hard way about their families ancient secret of witchcraft and the occult.
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an eerie ghost story that is very slow at times(only those with patience should watch)but with an ending that some may find unpredictable
"Red Rover" also called "The Haunting Within",is an eerie ghost story.it is beautifully photographed with a haunting Celtic soundtrack.the acting is certainly good,and the the movie is very stylish.However it is almost painfully slow at times and sometimes plot is real hard to make sense of. there are a few creepy moments and i was reminded more than once of the movie "Hide and Seek" with Robert Deniro and Dakota Fanning problem is,there are fewer of these eerie creepy scenes than there should be so you will need lots of patience to get through this one.Another reviewer does mention the Changeling,the 1980 horror film,starring George C. Scott and Red Rover definitely does echo that movie heavily.both movies are also very slow at times.so this movie is not entirely original and is almost anti climatic.however the ending was a twist which i did not see coming(though many people likely would have),so that was pleasant surprise.if you don't mind a slow buildup towards an ending that is very subdued(as is the whole movie)you might like this one.for me,i don't think i could sit through it again.the music and the picturesque beauty of the film do elevate it a bit,so i would give it 5/10
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