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September 06, 2012
Absolutely the most wasted 86 minutes of my life... This movie was Horrible!!! Absolutely ridiculous.
August 07, 2012
Movie looks great.... horrifying and more, definately a must see.
July 29, 2012
OMG!!! Were the writers drinking when they wrote this. All I can say is that this movie was awful. Go get your gums scraped, your'll have a better time....
July 23, 2012
Silent House is an American remake of a spanish film released in 2011. If you're looking to watch something that will give you chills but is not filled with gore, then this might be a good option. It's a revenge thriller, that unravels at a moderate pace, so you will have to endure quite a bit of silence. The acting is actually quite good; at least there is one Olsen sister with promise. It does
March 24, 2012
I decided on our date night to go see Silent House. I saw the advertisement and it looked like it would be good. The first 15 to 20 minutes was boring. Later when things started to happen because of the camera angle you could not see exactly what she was scared of at first. Later when it became clear she spent a lot of time hiding, sniveling and keeping her eyes closed at the same time. Now,
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Los Angeles Times
The film is at its best as a fast-paced enigma. When Kentis and Lau start explaining what's actually going on, Silent House takes a turn not just for the worse but the ludicrous. Full Review
Silent House dies a sudden and egregious death when the amateur players in Olsen's company, Adam Trese and Eric Sheffer Stevens, as her character Sarah's father and uncle, respectively, open their traps. Full Review
The long take pulls you into the realism of the moment, heightening any sense of unease already established by the story. In Silent House, directors Chris Kentis and Laura Lau ("Open Water") exploit the hell out of that uneasiness and keep pushing its limits. Full Review
The bad news is that Silent House is 88 minutes long, and the final half hour represents a descent into an anticlimax that ends with a scene as dumb as it is disappointing. Full Review
New York Daily News
The tricky camera moves that fill up Silent House make for one-half of a nerveracking horror film before the movie's obviousness just gets on your nerves. Full Review