Peter and Bronny Taylor go on a trip to the Grand Canyon with their daughter, Stephanie, and Mikey, their autistic son. Mikey discovers a small cavern, where he finds rocks with glyphs on them. He takes the rocks, keeping a secret untold. When the Taylors return home, strange things begin to happen..
The company that Bacon works for is called Fells Point & Levinson - a reference to legendary director Barry Levinson - Kevin Bacon was also in Diner (1982) - a picture directed by Barry Levinson, and also starring Paul Reiser, who is in this picture too. See more »
The Anasazi Indians apparently spoke Tanoan, Acoma, Zuni, and Navajo, all Native American languages. However, they seem to understand the healers talking to them in Spanish, a language that is nothing like their languages. See more »
Right Down the Street
Written and Performed by Christopher Welch
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Good for the young'uns; bad for those who love horror
I thought the movie was 'okay', edging toward bad only because I'm a horror movie buff and I'm a bit jaded. Been watching horror/suspense/thrillers for over *cough* 40 years.
However, it's a decent movie if you look at it from the point of view of a younger person, like a child or teen.
The movie doesn't have very much gore at all. But, it does have 'blood' in one scene that I can recall and it's 'blood spots' not 'blood pools'. The kind you might get if you poked your finger with a needle.
I'm really surprised that the movie did so poorly considering the number of stars in it. Ming-na Wen, Kevin Bacon, Jennifer Morrison, Paul Reiser? Comeon! lol
Anyway, the movie had a lot of potential but, for me, didn't quite do it. I would've given this movie a 7 as a teen or young adult. As an older and jaded adult, I'm tougher on horror because my expectations are high.
Also, I didn't fall asleep while watching like I did with The Conjuring.
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