Enso Entertainment, Films In Motion, KRU Studios
Brittany Murphy, Thora Birch, Tammy Blanchard, Marc Blucas, Claudia Troll, Michael Piscitelli
Alice (Brittany Murphy) is screen writer who has just suffered an emotional breakdown. She has a deadline looming, so she decides to movie into a Victorian house way out in the country to write in peace and quiet. While there she hears strange noises as if someone else in in the house. She ventures into the attic and finds a box of mini DVD tapes, and begins watching them. The entire eerie story of the house is there, and the more she finds out, the more that seems to be real and tying her to the events that happened before.
This is a creepy film. Brittany Murphy is really good at these low budget horror films [See my review of “Abandoned” here.]
It’s sad that she’s gone way too soon, as she was a great actress in these kinds of films. This is a low budget horror-suspense film. The mood is good and creepy. The house is perfect, and the sound and lighting is superb. All in all it’s a great little B movie creeper that should get some attention. I was sucked into the story and the twists and turns in this film make it “edge of your seat” action. I really enjoyed it, this Halloween week, and am glad I found it. Available on “Watch Instantly” from NetFlix or on video or cable, if you’re in the mood for a classic suspense film, this is a good one.
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