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Won't make anyone forget "The Shining," but it's a nice throwback to the days when scary movies featured pretty good actors, a plot that holds together and a couple of creepy-looking ghost kids. Read full review
The Uninvited is a flawed production, but gratifying in the way it delivers. The interesting and unique elements of the movie effectively compensate for the formulaic way in which the plot develops. Read full review
Emily Browning's face helps The Uninvited work so well...She makes you fear for her, and that's half the battle. Yet she's so fresh she's ready for a Jane Austen role. Read full review
With visual nods to Stanley Kubrick's "The Shining" and a fairly faithful adherence to the tenor and tone of the Korean scare genre, The Uninvited doesn't startle and shock so much as it lulls you into a series of unsettling, hallucinogenic set pieces. Read full review
Don't be too quick to turn down The Uninvited.
A stylish horror thriller in the vein of "The Ring," it's well-acted, frightening and handsomely produced Read full review
The film is still cheesy rather than deliciously scary. It never really generates sustained suspense. Read full review
Yeah, this is pretty much your classic been-there, done-that scenario: evil stepmother, clueless father, imperiled teen. Read full review
The plot borrows as freely from Hitchcock and Henry James as from the Bard of Avon, and doesn't make scrupulous sense, though I'd have to see the film again, which I won't do, to make sure it doesn't cheat. Read full review
A brutally inane movie. Read full review
Horror standbys like mangled corpses and stone-faced children pop up regularly, but sibling directors Charles and Thomas Guard haven't quite nailed the genre's rhythms. Read full review
Dad's new girlfriend is really mean. Kill her!
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