Written August 24, 2016
Holy crap it was hilarious i almost peed my pants watching this
Written June 22, 2017
PREDICTABLE!!!!!! The camera work was terrible, i have never seen so many close up shots. There was barely any acting in this film, just people going through the motions of the script. The story has been done before many times, they just tweaked it some. You'll have it figured out in 30 minutes flat i promise you. The ending was nothing new either, total throwback to Silence Of The Lambs. You can tell by my short review that this movie has little to offer in terms of entertainment. I just wish i could go see a movie now that i didnt instantly forget when i left. If you really want to see this film just wait for dvd.
Written September 23, 2012
A friend and I took our 14 yr old daughters expecting a cheesy horror movie. It wasn't! This movie has humor and mystery, more of a thriller than horror. Yes, you could say some of it was expected, but other parts were a surprise which kept it interesting.
My favorite part was actually something that shouldn't have been there....a bug on Ryan's shoulder as he's talking. Look for it!
I thought it was good!
Written June 23, 2017
Despite what other reviewers are saying, this movie was great and I really enjoyed it. It is not one of those types of movies that will constantly and annoyingly make you jump out of your seat. It will surprise you and make you bite your nails (I'm guilty of it haha). Over all, I think it was well written and I like the ending... it's different from all the "scary" movies out there. Don't let the bad reviews discourage you from checking it out... I almost allowed the bad reviews to convince me to not watch it but decided to do so and I really liked it.
Written August 27, 2016
House at the End of the Street is a horror-thriller film with an underlying love story. The movie itself was rather slow and fairly predictable or at least appeared that way right to end!
Jennifer Lawrence and Max Thieriot both did well with their roles and seemed to have a natural chemistry, while Elisabeth Shue and Gil Bellows struggled.
I give this movie 4/5 stars and recommend it for ages 13 and up.