Critic scores range from 0 to 100, with higher scores indicating more favorable reviews.
Pulls you in with smooth assurance, then holds you hostage to extremely creepy developments in the most awesome haunted house since "The Shining." Read full review
Anderson, his superb ensemble cast and inspired cinematographer Uta Briesewitz, appeal at once to the intellect and the emotions as they build suspense and tension mercilessly. Read full review
May not quite be more than the sum of its creepy parts, but as a reality-is-fear launch into workaday darkness, it clearly points toward the horror genre's best destiny. Read full review
A spine-tingler directed with fierce finesse. Read full review
A natural successor to "The Blair Witch Project" in terms of its small suggestions of horror past and future. Read full review
A marvel of vérité nightmare atmosphere. Read full review
The story doesn't quite pay off, characters are underwritten and the surprise ending is contrived and unconvincing. Read full review
The climactic revelation is a real disappointment, humdrum rather than chilling. Read full review
The film isn't remotely scary. That's a shame, because it has top-notch performances by Peter Mullan and David Caruso. Read full review
You couldn't ask for a better setting for a horror movie. What you could ask for is a better script. Read full review
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