House at the End of the Street (PG-13)

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Jennifer Lawrence, left, and Elisabeth Shue in House at the End of the Street Courtesy of Relativity Media LLC.

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Time Out says

Posted: Mon Sep 24 2012

Something horrible from the past has come back to haunt Jennifer Lawrence—and it’s called House at the End of the Street. Shot two years ago, before the actress scored the lead in The Hunger Games, this utterly incompetent psychological thriller finds Lawrence’s new-girl-in-town cozying up to the handsome, sad-eyed college boy (Max Thieriot) who lives next door. He’s dreamy damaged goods, an orphan whose little sister once went all Michael Myers on Mom and Dad. Shockingly uneventful, this horror film marks time until dropping its big, dumb reveal. How big and dumb, you ask? We refer you to coscreenwriter David Loucka’s last movie, Dream House—an equally moronic and twist-laden dose of residential evil.

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Rated:

PG-13

US release:

Fri Sep 21, 2012

Duration:

101 mins

Cast and crew

Director:

Mark Tonderai

Screenwriter:

David Loucka

Cast:

Jennifer Lawrence, Elisabeth Shue, Max Thieriot

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