House At The End Of The Street Review


House At The End Of The Street

Starring: Jennifer Lawrence, Max Thieriot, Elisabeth Shue
Director: Mark Ronderai
Certificate: 15
Running Time: 101 minutes
Release Date: 28 January 2013

House At The End Of The Street is a horror/thriller about a young girl, Carrie-Ann, who murders her mother and father with an axe in the middle of the night.

The story then continues four years later with single mother Sarah Cassidy (Elisabeth Shue) and her 17 year old daughter, Elissa (Jennifer Lawrence), moving to a small town into a house that they ordinarily would not be able to afford. The reason they can rent the house so cheap is they have moved next door to a house that the murders happened.

Still living in the house is teenager, Ryan Jacobson (Max Thieriot), the surviving brother of Carrie-Ann.

Elissa starts a relationship with the sweet and caring Ryan but is all as it seems as Ryan is keeping a dark and deadly secret!

Overall, while billed as deeply scary I personally did not think so but it is a great film with some great twists and turns which will keep you guessing. It is definitely one to watch and people of a more timid nature will probably find it scary.

Rating: 4/5

Available to pre-order/buy on DVD and Blu-ray from Amazon from 28 January 2013 here.

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