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The Tomatometer is 60% or higher.
The Tomatometer is 59% or lower.
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My name is Veronica aka notofthisworld. I'm a 38 year old female who's been married to David (strongerthanevil) for the past 14 years. I currently reside in Brownsville, Texas, which is my hometown, but I grew up in the Richmond/Rosenberg area (close to Houston). I have no children, but would love some.
I don't have any pets, but I wouldn't mind raising some ducks. I work as an operator at a local hospital. My hobbies include graphics, amateur photography, singing karaoke, couponing, watching movies, studying theology and shopping (when I have money to spend).
House makes an appearance even though it blew up in part 3. A demon possessed lamp travels cross country to California. The beginning starts like a scene out of the exorcist. there's appearances by a deceased husband, black sludge and a dismembered hand coming out of a bursting pipe, electrical equipment turning on by itself, black water coming out of the faucets, bleeding walls and floors...i like all these old effects!
Shows a young Lori Loughlin and Meg Ryan. There's flies, a out of control elevator, pictures that depict an oncoming death, an icy chill in the house, a gate to hell in the basement, demon face in photograph, an out of control car, a seance. The main guy reminds me of Will Ferrel's father. The lady burning up in the car was a good scene. Susan appearing in the house while she was really drowned was creepy. The corpse coming out of the well in the basement was a good touch too.