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Haunt (2014)

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An introvert teen befriends his new neighbor, and together the couple begin to explore the haunted house that his family has just purchased.

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A mother and father and their three teen-age children move to a new home that was the scene of a "personal tragedy". The son meets a mysterious neighbor girl and together they experiment with an old radio they find in the attic, that can be used to communicate with the dead. Something is unleashed that brings new horror. Written by Qfal

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Rated R for some horror violence, disturbing images and brief drug use | See all certifications »

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20 March 2014 (Kuwait)  »

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The script did not call for any snow scenes but when it began snowing during production, a decision was made to keep filming. See more »

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When Sam is about to take a shower standing on a rug, pedicure is seen on her toes. A few shots later, Sam is standing on a tub with no pedicure. See more »

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Features Night of the Living Dead (1968) See more »

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2 June 2014 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

An introverted teen (Harrison Gilbertson) connects with his new neighbor (Liana Liberato), and together the couple begins to explore the haunted house that his family has unknowingly just purchased.

There are some things worth liking about this film. The cinematographer is excellent, first of all, and the snow shots look great. Casting Liana Liberato was a wise move, as she has "the look" that could really take her places in the coming years. And the inclusion of the supernatural radio (for lack of a better term) was cool.

What was not appreciated was the writer's apparent influence from "American Horror Story". Maybe this is all coincidental, but the house full of ghosts, the strange neighbor, it all seemed very familiar. And not really in a good way. Other reviews have called the film unoriginal, and they are right. While few horror films are, this one is even more derivative than others.

Perhaps most strange of all was the poor advertising from IFC. The cover art is not terribly persuasive, and they make no mention of Jacki Weaver or Ione Skye. Weaver gets a mention on the back, but these are two names that should be put prominently on the cover. Why would you not play up having a two-time Oscar nominee in your film?


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