The Haunting (2009)

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Francesca, a young pediatrician, and her husband Pedro, move to their new country house trying to forget a tragic event that has marked their lives.


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  • Elio Quiroga, Héctor Colomé, and Ana Torrent in The Haunting (2009)
  • Elio Quiroga directing Miriam Cepa shooting NO-DO, 2007
  • Elio Quiroga directing Ana Torrent shooting NO-DO, 2007
  • Elio Quiroga shooting NO-DO with Ana Torrent, 2007
  • Elio Quiroga, shooting NO-DO with Aitor Gaviria, 2007
  • Elio Quiroga directing Ana Torrent shooting NO-DO, 2007

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27 May 2016 | Leofwine_draca
4
| Derivative Spanish ghost story
I'm usually a fan of Spanish ghost stories but THE HAUNTING feels too familiar and derivative to truly be a success. It's another story about a married couple subjected to mysterious visions and hauntings in their own home. Unsurprisingly the Catholic church is somehow involved. The central character is the mother of a newborn baby whose post-natal depression seems to be having an effect on her mind. The film as a whole is very similar to THE BABY'S ROOM, a prior - and superior - Spanish effort released under a 'Films to Keep You Awake' banner.

As with many haunted house productions, THE HAUNTING is too dark and too slow for my tastes. The ghostly scenes make typical use of CGI effects and feel so ordinary that I wasn't scared once. The low key acting works in this film's favour and helps to bring some much-needed realism to the proceedings, but the events that play out are nothing special and I was often bored by the whole thing despite elements of interest in the back story.

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Budget:

EUR1,300,000 (estimated)

Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

$843,905

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