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The Haunting of #24 2007 123movies

The Haunting of #24 2007 123movies

Welcome to the houseSep. 11, 200780 Min.
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Watch: Lie Still 2005 123movies, Full Movie Online – After breaking-up with his girlfriend Veronica, the unemployed John Hare rents a cheap room in an old boarding house owned by the nice Martin Stone and the landlord tells him that the house is crowded by discreet persons. John does not see any other tenant but a bizarre old woman in the house and during the nights, he sees weird things on his television and hears violent knocks on his door. When John calls Veronica, she notes that he is near a breakdown after many sleepless nights and decides to stay with him. However, Veronica vanishes during the night, leading John to an ultimate decision..
Plot: After breaking-up with his girlfriend Veronica, the unemployed John Hare rents a cheap room in an old boarding house owned by the nice Martin Stone and the landlord tells him that the house is crowded by discreet persons. John does not see any other tenant but a bizarre old woman in the house and during the nights, he sees weird things on his television and hears violent knocks on his door. When John calls Veronica, she notes that he is near a breakdown after many sleepless nights and decides to stay with him. However, Veronica vanishes during the night, leading John to an ultimate decision.
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Lie still … and sleep tight!
Well here’s a movie that probably will be long forgotten before it properly hits the lowest shelves of second-class rental stores “Lie Still”, the debut film of Sean Hogan, simply hasn’t got anything to offer that makes it memorable. Gorehounds will drop out instantly, as the film doesn’t feature the slightest amount of action or excitement. Partly because there wasn’t enough budget for special effects but mainly because Hogan clearly intended to bring an old-fashioned atmospheric and story-driven ghost story. Fine by me! I encourage the revival of intelligent suspense-horror, but the problem here is that the script of “Lie Still” is as superficial and basic as can be. After the painful break-up with his girlfriend, unemployed and soft drugs addicted John Hare moves into a cheap room of an ancient house. He hopes to take a fresh start, but the house soon turns out to be a haunted place where the restless spirits of previous residents still dwell around. A premise like this immediately reminds you of popular films like “The Others” or “The Devil’s Backbone” and thus you begin to prepare yourself for a supernatural and totally unexpected twist in the end. The problem with “Lie Still” is that this particular twist never comes! Okay so there are ghosts in the house and all this relates to the vicious history of the house’s first owner who’s buried in the backyard. That’s it? Where’s the climax? This movie ends exactly like it began: slow, uninteresting and anonymous. The only positive elements I can possibly mention are a handful of atmospheric sequences and only ONE ingenious finding (the people inside the television set). I picked up somewhere that the screenplay was written in only a couple of weeks (I believe that), but that it took another two years before the required budget was raised. What budget? I bet most of the money was spent on coffee & medication in order to keep cast and crew members awake during filming. The acting performances are fairly satisfying, though, and Hogan’s inexperienced approach of the genre occasionally does look charming.
Review By: Coventry
Lie still … and sleep tight!
Well here’s a movie that probably will be long forgotten before it properly hits the lowest shelves of second-class rental stores “Lie Still”, the debut film of Sean Hogan, simply hasn’t got anything to offer that makes it memorable. Gorehounds will drop out instantly, as the film doesn’t feature the slightest amount of action or excitement. Partly because there wasn’t enough budget for special effects but mainly because Hogan clearly intended to bring an old-fashioned atmospheric and story-driven ghost story. Fine by me! I encourage the revival of intelligent suspense-horror, but the problem here is that the script of “Lie Still” is as superficial and basic as can be. After the painful break-up with his girlfriend, unemployed and soft drugs addicted John Hare moves into a cheap room of an ancient house. He hopes to take a fresh start, but the house soon turns out to be a haunted place where the restless spirits of previous residents still dwell around. A premise like this immediately reminds you of popular films like “The Others” or “The Devil’s Backbone” and thus you begin to prepare yourself for a supernatural and totally unexpected twist in the end. The problem with “Lie Still” is that this particular twist never comes! Okay so there are ghosts in the house and all this relates to the vicious history of the house’s first owner who’s buried in the backyard. That’s it? Where’s the climax? This movie ends exactly like it began: slow, uninteresting and anonymous. The only positive elements I can possibly mention are a handful of atmospheric sequences and only ONE ingenious finding (the people inside the television set). I picked up somewhere that the screenplay was written in only a couple of weeks (I believe that), but that it took another two years before the required budget was raised. What budget? I bet most of the money was spent on coffee & medication in order to keep cast and crew members awake during filming. The acting performances are fairly satisfying, though, and Hogan’s inexperienced approach of the genre occasionally does look charming.
Review By: Coventry

Other Information:

Original Title Lie Still
Release Date 2007-09-11
Release Year 2005

Original Language en
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Status Released
Rated R
Genre Horror
Director Sean Hogan
Writer Sean Hogan
Actors Tim Barlow, Robert Blythe, Susan Engel
Country United Kingdom
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The Haunting of #24 2007 123movies
The Haunting of #24 2007 123movies
Original title Lie Still
TMDb Rating 4.4 7 votes

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