A mother and her two teenage daughters move into an ancient house in a suburb of Detroit, when it is offered at a very low price, much to the dislike of the elder daughter. Soon, the younger child begins to see strange things in the house, but the mother disregards her claims, saying that it is only her imagination. Then the elder child also begins to notice creepy phenomena but does not speak about it. Only when things take a more serious turn and the mother too starts to witness strange events does she realize that something really is wrong with the house.Written by
Fairly well made TV movie with every cliché from every haunted house movie imaginable. Didn't really feel the chemistry between the actors as the script nor scenes pushed for it, that said they did a reasonable job to at least pass the illusion of being a modern American family. One other small irk was when the family were to break down said wall from the title, a horrendous album song called breaking down the walls was played as I thought we were going to be treated to some eighties style a 'la revenge of the nerds type montage. Apart from that scene which completely felt out of sync with the rest of the movie, the rest of the film brought you along with it and to be fair,wasn't the worst 86 minutes to fill your time with, but just don't expect anything new here. Average in every way possible..
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