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The film was shot in the 2-perf Techniscope format to provide a grainy image reminiscent of older horror films and to save money on film stock and processing. Despite this, "Filmed in Panavision" is listed in the end credits. See more »
When Elisa's mother calls the house it diverts to her cell and appears as 'Mom' on the caller ID. When the officer calls the house and it diverts it should therefore appear as a cell phone number, but in fact it says 'Home'. See more »
I just have one rule that I need you to respect. I do not want the two of you to be alone in your house or this house if I am not here.
You are *never* here.
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I have to admit that I am surprised to see Jennifer Lawrence in a horror film after her success in Winter's Bone and The Hunger Games. Apparently, it was made about the same time as Winter's Bone and released only after she became popular in Hunger Games.
Ryan (Max Thieriot), who lives at the titular house has a secret. We are party to it less than 30 minutes into the movie. But, we don't see the real secret.
There is not a lot here that makes for a horror film. It's not really scary, and there is little blood. It is more a psychological thriller.
At least we get to once again see great acting by Jennifer Lawrence.
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