The Night House (2020) 1080p

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Genres:
Horror | Mystery
Resolution:
1920*800
Size:
1.97G
Quality:
1080p
Frame Rate:
23.976 fps
Language:
English 5.1  
Run Time:
107 min
IMDB Rating:
6.9 / 10 
MPR:
R
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Downloaded:
670
Seeds:
146
Peers:
14
Directors: Vondie Curtis-Hall [Director] ,


Movie Description:
A widow begins to uncover her recently deceased husband's disturbing secrets.

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Reviews

Rather underwhelming.

'The Night House (2020)' is, frankly, just a bit uninteresting. It isn't exactly boring, per se, but it certainly isn't all that compelling, either. It's, essentially, saved by a handful of effective and somewhat distinct sequences, alongside a confident central performance and some solid cinematography. The mystery at the movie's core is occasionally intriguing, but its answers - and some of the steps taken to reveal them - are generally disappointing. The ending, in particular, is rather anticlimactic. To be honest, it doesn't really finish anything off, even though it does reveal most of the narrative's secrets. This doesn't feel as though it was done on purpose; it's almost the opposite of something like the thematically resonant cliffhanger that finishes off 'Halloween (1978)', for example. There are some inventive visuals and some intriguing ideas, don't get me wrong. It's intermittently entertaining. Ultimately, though, it's just a bit underwhelming. There isn't really a proper theme and none of it is actually scary. It's a decent effort, but not much more. 6/10.

Slow paced attempt at a supernatural thriller...

I was recommended to sit down and watch the 2020 thriller "The Night House", from writers Ben Collins and Luke Piotrowski, by one of my friends, so of course I did so. Actually, I would have gotten around to watching it regardless, as it is a horror/thriller that I hadn't already seen.

And I must admit that I was entering the movie with some expectations, as he had praised the movie fairly highly. And from what he told me, it definitely sounded like "The Night House" was a good movie.

But I have to say that director David Bruckner just didn't manage to deliver a movie that was as wholesome of a movie experience to me as it apparently was to my friend. Sure, "The Night House" was watchable, but the storyline just fell short of being all that interesting. And the fact that it was a rather uneventful movie really didn't help to convince me and win me over.

Perhaps I am jaded from a life-long expose to horror movies, because I didn't find "The Night House" to be remotely scary or particularly thrilling. It was a walk through the park to sit through this movie. And since there weren't anything scary or any jump scares, then I was finding myself lulled into a slight trance, as the movie just trotted on and on.

The acting performances in "The Night House" were adequate. Now, this was a movie with a very small cast list, so there was a bit more pressure on the shoulders for the actors and actresses to deliver good performance. And with the limitations from the script, then I will say that they did adequate jobs.

I found "The Night House" to be somewhat disappointing, especially after my friend had sold the movie as being a solid thriller and one with a very exciting plot twist. Somehow I am left wondering if we had actually watched two different movies.

My rating of "The Night House" lands on a generous four out of ten stars. This movie came and went without much of a lasting impression for me, and it is certainly not a movie that I will be watching for a second time. Nor is it a movie that I would recommend horror or thriller fans to rush out and sit down to watch.

MIND TWISTING.

There were definitely scary parts and it kept you on edge the whole time. I enjoyed that it was more 'mind twisting' than blood/gore. They kept it mysterious for a long time which kept it interesting. Rebecca Hall's performance was fantastic. Well-written and terrifying. I jumped three inches out of my seat one time.
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