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"The Outer Limits" If These Walls Could Talk (1995)

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Entertaining, but not special

7/10
Author: habren from Netherlands
15 January 2011

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For me, what defines the quality of a sci-fi TV show episode, is the feasibility of the scientific oddity presented, the story of the characters surrounding it and the acting qualities of the actors.

The story about the struggle of divorced parents was understandable and I think the actors did a good job. Especially mom not approving of her sons girlfriend.

The science of the substance in the haunted house was entertaining, but it failed in having the victims remaining alive in some form. However, that did make for some nice special effects. Overall, this episode to me was entertaining, but definitely not the best in this series.

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Good Special Effects; Recycled Plot

7/10
Author: Hitchcoc from United States
18 March 2014

This is a haunted house story. It involves a couple of kids who enjoy drinking and fooling around in a spooky old house. One night they disappear without a trace. The focus then goes to two people, both of whom have appeared on a talk show that has investigated paranormal experiences. The woman is the mother of the missing boy; the man a debunker of supernatural experiences. The two come together as mild adversaries. She talks him into going to the house because in a previous visit, she has heard eerie sounds. As they test the waters, they begin to notice odd things happening and more strange sounds. He struggles to attribute them to natural phenomena. The police become involved when an unbalanced vagrant is found in the place and the strange events are attributed to him. Of course, this won't be the end of it. This is both a ghost story about a house that takes on an anthropomorphic presence and a story of people who have endured tragedy. If one watches enough movies and has had a dose of the X-Factor, this is pretty much old school.

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