The Night House Reviews

  • The Night House
    • Genre : Horror,Thriller
    • Release Date :
    • MPAA Rating : R
    • Duration : 108 minute(s)
    • Production Budget : -
    • Studio : Searchlight Pictures
    • Official Site : -
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Movie Reviews

  • The Night House is a truly unpredictable experience and there's just as much tension and horror in the very earthly discoveries as the supernatural ones. It keeps the audience guessing from beginning to end and has some of the most effective jump-scares
    by Kyle Anderson [Nerdist ]
  • Rebecca Hall carries one of the loudest horror movies ever made; For as hard as it hits, "The Night House" doesn't bruise enough to follow you home. But the movie's soundscape will vibrate around the hollow of your bones for a long time to come
    Review rate : B- by David Ehrlich [IndieWire ]
  • it's a ghost story and a drama, a mystery, and a thriller; but The Night House moves slow enough to get by for the first half; Whether it's because of the script or David Bruckner's so-so direction, its attempts at eschatological dread don't quite stick
    Review rate : C+ by Matt Cipolla [The Film Stage ]
  • holding the entire movie together, Rebecca Hall delivers an exceptional performance as a woman grieving, sliding in and out of reality; Missteps aside, "The Night House" is a solid ghost story enrobed in the exploration of loss and mortality
    3 of 5 by Norman Gidney [Film Threat ]
  • David Bruckner's elegantly crafted film falls some way short of its grandest ambitions, but still sends you out into the night with a chill in your bones and the hairs stiff on the back of your neck
    Review rate : B by Jessica Kiang [The Playlist ]
  • "The Night House" is ultimately somewhat muddled and unmemorable as storytelling, but it pulls off what's arguably the most crucial matter of simply being pretty chilling
    by Dennis Harvey [Variety ]
  • "The Night House" delivers unrelenting terror with haunting portrait of grief; it's a standout film, one that easily could've been just another ghost story about loss; Rebecca Hall shines; her layered performance of a grief-stricken widow is perfection
    3.5 of 5 by Meagan Navarro [Bloody Disgusting ]

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