We Are Still Here (I) (2015)

Not Rated   |    |  Horror, Mystery

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In the cold, wintery fields of New England, a lonely old house wakes up every thirty years - and demands a sacrifice.




  • Susan Gibney in We Are Still Here (2015)
  • Michael Patrick Nicholson and Kelsea Dakota in We Are Still Here (2015)
  • Michael Patrick Nicholson and Kelsea Dakota in We Are Still Here (2015)
  • Larry Fessenden in We Are Still Here (2015)
  • Larry Fessenden and Lisa Marie in We Are Still Here (2015)
  • Monte Markham in We Are Still Here (2015)

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15 June 2015 | scottmannen1
| Good movie, entertaining enough, but could have built the lore up.
The plot is solid enough. The movie is entertaining enough also meaning that if you want something new to watch in the horror genre- this movie is just entertaining enough, The lore could have been improved upon, and with some more back story, perhaps even some flashbacks with some creative storytelling and this film could have been a gem.

The movie at just 84 minutes doesn't provide enough time to the viewer to understand what this evil is that has descended on this family. We are told a few bits a pieces about he first owner who ran a funeral parlour out of this home. Something about the owner Dagmar hiding or selling the bodies and that the house was built on some ancient evil. Other than all that we are left to guess at what the heck the rest of the back story is and what it has to do with the old boiler downstairs.

If only they took another 15 minutes of screen time to flesh out the sordid past and we could have left this movie more satisfied with a true understanding of the houses evil past, where and why and how.

What we are left with is a gore fest with jump scares that are really nothing new. It's just a good old fashioned horror with a 2 star rating.

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