Mark, his wife Maria and their two daughters were murdered one night at their home in a tragic and bizarre way. Two years later a newlywed couple moves into this house and they start to ... See full summary »


(as Luis f Montalvo)


(as Luis f Montalvo)

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Credited cast:
Max Gibson
Sean Michael Drake ...
Ana Quintana ...
Ana Gibson
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Francisco Frankie ...
Nayeli Maldonado ...
Twin Girl 1
Nicole i Maldonado ...
Twin Girl 2
Mardy Price ...
Man 1
Skylar Roberts ...
Little girl on frame ghost
Morgan Snapp ...
Publisher (voice)
Vanity Styles ...


Mark, his wife Maria and their two daughters were murdered one night at their home in a tragic and bizarre way. Two years later a newlywed couple moves into this house and they start to experience some supernatural occurrences from the very first day, but the couple also believes there are not alone in this house. A year later an alcoholic writer moves into this house to begin an investigation about the disappearance of his daughter that coincidently happened to be around the same time Mark and his entire family were murder. He uncovers what really happened to his daughter and the reason this house is possessed by dead people, but he also discovers who's behind all the tragedy and the horrendous murders that had happened all these years in the same house. The local priest believes this house is evil and he wants no part of it as he also believes everyone who dies in this house, their soul leaves their bodies, but their bodies never leave the house. Written by Luis f Montalvo

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Some houses are possessed by demons others by dead people.


Horror | Thriller





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7 March 2015 (USA)  »

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Painfully bad. Just bad.
17 March 2015 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

-Let Me Out (2015) "movie" review: -I use the word "movie" loosely, because this "movie" has probably the worst quality I have seen since Redneck Zombies. I kid you not, every short film I was involved in through high school was better than this. Anyway, Let Me Out is about a house that causes everyone living in it to die, but it keeps their spirit there or something. I really was not paying attention after eight minutes of opening credits.

-I am just going to hate on this entire film. There was nothing redeeming about it. At all.

-The story was basically nonexistent and the fact that everything else was horribly distracting made the story not seem to matter. At all.

-The pace is worse than the Paranormal Activity sequels. Because nothing happened. And when something happened, it was boring and unnecessary.

-The unknown cast was unbelievable, did not know how to read lines or act, and just totally horrible. They make sci-fi original actors look like Golden Globe nominees. You heard me.

-The characters are all inconsistent and offer nothing in the form of depth, development, or entertainment.

-I don't even remember the music. So there is that.

-The effects are bad. The production value is bad. The quality of the film is worse than iPhone bad, which ruins any argument against the quality being intentionally low, because I didn't even know they made cameras that could film in 144.

-The worst part is that the film is worse than 'So bad, it's Good' because nothing in it is entertainingly bad, just bafflingly bad.

-So with no good qualities AT ALL, I will easily say that Let Me Out is not worth seeing. Ever.

-Content: Does it matter? There is some partial nudity, but I don't remember what else is in it.

-So have you seen Let Me Out? I have. Please don't. It is not worth it.

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