The House on Pine Street Review (2015)

 

The Review (Spoiler Free)

This isn’t perfect haunted house movie, but I did enjoyed some what. This is one of those movie where we don’t know if the house truly haunted or is it all in her head.

The main character, Jennifer, isn’t happy. She is going through unwanted pregnancy and she had to move out of Chicago and back to small town where her mom is. We see in earlier on that she does not have good relationship with her mom, but was force to movie back to where her mom is.  Soon she started to see strange things happening in her house but no one believes her. Normal people would setup cameras to confirm if it is actually ghost or not, but she doesn’t.  Then there is her husband who doesn’t believe and thing she is going crazy.  So throughout the movie the audience are left to wonder if all these paranormal actives are in her head.

I do like all the paranormal activities that are happening in the house.  It is very creepy.  Few jump scares are pretty effective. But I do have to warn you, the ending isn’t too satisfying. The movie just ends. At the end, the movie boils down to just another “is the ghost real or all in your head” horror cliché.

As you can tell, this is low-budge movie, but the acting by all the actors are top notch acting specially by the lead actress played by Emily Goss. Rest of the casts include Taylor Bottles, Cathy Barnett, Jim Korinke, Natalie Pellegrini, Tisha Swart-Entwistle, Keagon Ellison, Daniel Shirley, Robert Jones, Jeannie Blau, Andy Entwistle, Cayla Kunkel, and Chelby Kunkel.

The movie is written and directed by Aaron Keeling.  This is second full feature film by Aaron Keeling.

In the Nutshell

I give 3 out of 5 stars (Nothing special but isn’t terrible)

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Genre: Haunted House

Rotten Tomato Rating: — / 42%

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