A Haunting At Silver Falls (2013)





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Recently orphaned teen, Jordan is sent to live with her aunt and uncle in the tiny town of Silver Falls. Feeling out of sorts and living with family that doesn't understand her, Jordan befriends a local boy who tells her that the town has been plagues by a series of grisly deaths and hauntings.
Horror , Mystery & Suspense
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Inception Media Group

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Tadhg Kelly
as Robbie
Steve Bacic
as Kevin Sanders
Tara Westwood
as Anne Sanders
James Cavlo
as Larry
Erick Avari
as Dr. Parrish
James C. Burns
as Wyatt Dahl
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Boring, silly and pointless. This isn't even a horror movie. it's a Lifetime TV style whodunit that just happens to involve a ghost or two. The plot makes not one bit of sense. Indifferently directed and acted.

Paulo Urubian
Paulo Urubian

Crazy movie, I say. This movie is a little creepy, though doors opening and Closing. This movie makes you think a little bit more about the evidence leading to the mystery. I say the last half an hour of the movie, VERY SUSPENSE. Lots of evidence leading to the mystery of two dead girls. You should definitely see this movie if you can process stuff in your mind.

Brendan Allen
Brendan Allen

I REALLY fucking hope that I don't have much to say about this movie. Honestly, I wouldn't say that this was a terrible movie at all. Actually went better than I had expected or anticipated. If you want me to be truthful, I was actually looking for a crappy horror movie to watch. I don't mean to suggest that I was disappointed that the film wasn't as bad as I wanted, but it was a bit of a letdown. I just wanted to laugh at the expensive of movie that's clearly shit, but that's not the case here. I mean it's completely lacking in any good scares. The supernatural aspects of the film aren't really even there to scare you, they're there to get you from point A to point B of the narrative and there was no easier way to do that than to use supernatural shenanigans. Outside of the budget keeping holding it back a little, this is a fairly competent, if unimpressive, entry into a very crowded genre. The story progressed almost exactly as I would've expected, and while boring, at the very least, shit makes sense. It's every horror film you've ever seen, but at least it doesn't make you want to pull your hair out, out of frustration. The acting is ok, below average, but at least it's not an embarrassment. I really don't have much else to say. This is a below average, close to bad, movie. Considering this is a low-budget horror film, it honestly could've been worse, so we should just count our blessings.

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