The Haunting (1999)
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  • I wouldn't recommend anyone watching this movie unless they had time to waste

    • by Jermaine McKenzie
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      The Haunting, directed by Jan de Bont is rated PG-13 by the Motion Picture Association of America for intense horror sequences. The original release date was July 23, 1999 for United States audience. This movie falls in the genre of Horror/Thriller/Mystery and stars Lili Taylor as Eleanor Vance, Liam Neeson as Dr. David Marrow, Catherine Zeta-Jones as Theo

      and Owen Wilson as Luke Sanderson.

      A science experiment takes place at an old mansion. Theo, Luke and Eleanor join Dr. David Marrow on a sleep study at a haunted mansion where the house seemingly comes alive and starts killing people.

      The graphics in this movie are second rated and don’t really help to carry the movie at all. Added ...


      • to that is the terrible acting by what seemed to be seasoned veterans. If this movie had any potential at being a success based on the character portrayal alone, it would have failed miserable…and it did.

        After seeing the preview of this film, I had high hopes of it being really scary, something that would send chills up my

        spine and leave me abit scared to goto bed. But man was I mistaken.

        I wouldn’t recommend anyone watching this movie unless they had time to waste. On that merit alone, as this movie really sucks. Where is a zero rating when you need one? I guess I will have to give it what it is actually worth by this rating system.




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