Written July 28, 2014
If you are a 15-year old girl, you'll probably like this movie. If you're an adult who actually cares about the quality of the films you pay to see, you might not be able to get past how dumb parts of this movie (and the characters) are. It's keeps you entertained enough without actually being any good. The best part about it was Jennifer Lawrence wearing a tank top all movie long.
Written September 25, 2012
If you think you know how every horror movie ends your in for a surpise, even I didnt catch on to the twist! Such a good movie!
Written August 22, 2014
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 17, 2014
Regardless of the 11% given to this movie by rotten tomatoes, i gave it a shot.
If you're in to crime thrillers, then you'll enjoy this one. It's not the best thriller/horror film out there, but it got the job done. Also, i really enjoyed the music and film work.
Written October 05, 2012
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.