We Are Still Here

We Are Still Here

After the death of their college age son, Anne and Paul Sacchetti relocate to the snowswept New England hamlet of Aylesbury, a sleepy village where all is most certainly not as it seems. When strange sounds and eerie feelings convince Anne that her son's spirit is still with them, they invite an eccentric, New Age couple to help them get to the bottom of the mystery.

After their teenage son is killed in a car crash, Paul and Anne move to the quiet New England countryside to try to start a new life for themselves. But the grieving couple unknowingly becomes the prey of a family of vengeful spirits that reside in their new home, and before long they discover that the seemingly peaceful town they';;ve moved into is hiding a terrifyingly dark secret. In the cold, wintery fields of New England, a lonely old house wakes up every thirty years - and demands a sacrifice. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Phillip S (ru) wrote: Enjoyable from beginning to end. Hilarious and touching. Everything you want from an intergenerational into the wild buddy comedy.

Favio V (it) wrote: Excellent thriller movie starring Andy Garcia, Forest Whitaker

Angelica N (kr) wrote: Jim Belushi was the best thing about this movie

Emily D (kr) wrote: I loved it; it was so funny and cute! Isla Fisher is one of the best comedy actresses! :D Fashion stores are dangerous. Seriously. xD I want to read the book :D

LINDSEY V (es) wrote: huh? a gay footballer? what next?

Henry F (ca) wrote: Mostly poorly acted, had a hell of a lot of potential but was just badly done. The best word to describe this is probably just 'brave'.

Megan S (nl) wrote: More "odd" than "suspense". The ending was a bit anti-climactic, missed the mark for "psychological thriller".

Jasmine N (it) wrote: this my favorite movie

Cory T (ru) wrote: Before he began the masonry on Middle Earth, Peter Jackson was renowned for his edgy New Zealand B-movies like 'Bad Taste' and 'Dead Alive'. His first foray into mainstream was 'The Frighteners' and it is an unsung masterpiece. In a conventional chiller-comedy, Frank Bannister (an utterly charismatic Michael J. Fox) would be a mendacious huckster preying on the superstitions of his clientele. The cunning twist is that Frank is a bilking blowhard but he actually does possess a foothold in the world of the supernatural and his accomplices are the poltergeists haunting his customers. The improvisational banter between Frank and his cohorts (Chi McBride and Jim Fyfe) is mischievous but John Astin a.k.a. Gomez Adams is a firecracker as The Judge (a necrophilia joke with a museum mummy is rowdily pushing-the-envelope). The ectoplasmic special effects by the WETA LIMITED company are state-of-the-art (the scythe-wielding Grim Reaper villain slinks with gangly purpose while he squeezes the hearts of his victims). Eccentric horror movie maven Jeffrey Combs is introduced later in the film as a deranged, prattling detective with swastika-etched scars and his delivery of "what did he do Frank? Piss on your hush puppies?" is gut-bustingly funny. Danny Elfman's score is a gothic accompaniment to the bells-and-whistles. If any late-90's movie can be lovingly compared to 'Ghostbusters' in its pursuit of both guffaws and scares, 'The Frighteners' is a terrifically resplendent successor.

Paul B (jp) wrote: Predictable should-be straight to video rubbish.

Vincent T (gb) wrote: Le duo Snipes/Connery marche bien. Un thriller que j'apprecie beaucoup de part son ambiance tres japonaise plutot bien retransmise. Un polar toujours aussi bon a regarder.

Mike N (ag) wrote: not as good as Koyanisqatsi. the images get repetative after a while, but it is still worth watching

Roy C (mx) wrote: Communists evict Dracula, forcing him to relocate to the United States. He comes up against a New York City police chief and Van Helsing's overprotective, Liev Schreiber-like grandson in his quest for love.

Mr P (gb) wrote: Ok this only gets 4 stars because it is SHIT at its best. This movie is hilarious from the start. This is Joan Crawford's last film. Yes, JOAN CRAWFORD! The plot revolves around her researching a captured half man/half ape thing. Boy, is this awful. Some of the cheesiest dialogue, special effects, and monster making ever put on film. It's utterly ridiculous and I absolutely love every second of it.

Ryan H (au) wrote: Not your average time traveling flick. Good rapport between the 2 leads. Very good indie film.

Aj V (ca) wrote: This is an okay movie from Corman, it's not one of the best, but it's not one of the worst either. It has a familiar sci-fi horror theme, but with a man who actually has X-ray eyes, which is the coolest part of the movie.