Watch: Our House 2018 123movies, Full Movie Online – A young genius accidentally invents a device that amplifies the paranormal activity within his family’s house, possibly bringing back the spirits of loved ones, and unleashing things far worse..
Plot: Ethan is suffering enormous guilt after his parents are killed in a car accident. He quits a promising future at MIT and work on a revolutionary experiment in order to care for his younger siblings.
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|5.3/10 Votes: 8,662|
|63% | RottenTomatoes|
|45/100 | MetaCritic|
|N/A Votes: 299 Popularity: 13.735 | TMDB|
The drama aspect isn’t great, but the horror aspect **sucks**. I feel like I’ve not just seen this a lot before, but I’ve seen it a lot recently.
_Final rating:★½: – Boring/disappointing. Avoid where possible._
In theory, bringing malevolent spirits back inside of your dead parents should be a great premise, but this fails to capitalize on it.
Almost everything of any significance happens by mistake: the machine fails, the parents die in tragic accident, the spirits are summoned by mistake, the neighbor is involved, everyone does everything thinking their spirit is someone else, the girlfriend shows up on accident, hell even the spirits seem to luck into capturing someone.
The movie is more depressing than intense and I honestly can’t recommend. I won’t be revisiting this one.
A good effort, but lacks in atmosphere and horror.
This reminded me of the simple days of early 90’s where horror movies were experimental and had an enjoyable premise.
Now i didn’t entirely dislike this movie, it has its shortcomings. The scare factor was very downplayed but the concept kept me entertained.
Its a good effort for a horror movie but i wish they had more fun doing something memorable to give a lasting impression.
You’ll probably like this movie if you want something more simple to digest when theres nothing else to watch.
Other than that i don’t know how to recommend this for you.
I give this little independent flick a lot of credit for investing in character development. It would have been more typical for there to be rivalry or infighting among the three siblings – in other words, boring, cliched melodrama. Instead, there is quite a lovely sense of loyalty between the two brothers and their little sister. In addition, the three leads are quite good actors, and I expect as they gain experience will become excellent.
Cons include the performance of the actress who plays Hannah, the oldest brother’s science partner. Granted, she doesn’t have much to work with, but she delivers most of her lines in monotone, lifeless fashion. Also, about 1:16 minutes into the movie it becomes somewhat preposterous and certainly too melodramatic. Finally, the last con is the atrocious anonymous pop song that plays over the last few minutes of the movie. Completely unnecessary, and really ruins the last few scenes the characters have together. It’s the kind of thing we often see in John Hughes movies. Perfectly fine and expected in a 1980s teen comedy-drama, but a real non-sequitur in this kind of movie, not to mention passe.
That said, Our House is worth watching for fans of supernatural thrillers and ghost flicks. There is nothing original here, but the script is stronger than usual, and the filmmakers and cast were clearly invested in the project.
Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 30 min (90 min)
Genre Drama, Horror, Mystery
Director Anthony Scott Burns
Writer Nathan Parker, Matt Osterman
Actors John Ralston, Thomas Mann, Percy Hynes White
Country Canada, United States, Germany
Awards 3 nominations
Production Company N/A
Sound Mix N/A
Aspect Ratio 1.78 : 1
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Printed Film Format N/A