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Has an entertaining plot with good acting.
Giving it an extra half star for entertainment value. It reminded me of a mix of popular teen movies of the '90s: Cruel Intentions + The Craft + She's All That + a dash of just enough mystery to make me want to know the final result. Ultimately the end wasn't mind blowing, but it's a teen "horroresque" flick with popular teen television actors, so for what it was it was okay.
Can ghosts ever be offended? They will if they watch this cheapest dumb movie that's only a teenage drama with a contradictive supernatural twist. (D+)
A haunting should be metaphysical; a horror movie should be rated R. Naming a mind game played by an entire town a haunting doesn't make it one,and garnering a PG-13 rating to boot lets you know this wasn't a movie for me. The only thing I enjoyed was the Jessica Lowndes appearance at the beginning which gave the rating a little boost.
So I am among a small majority that enjoyed this film... in my defense I purchased it for a very low price when a video store was going out of business. The less I pay, the less I expect to be entertained.
Wait. What just happened? And why? I am so confused...
Do the makers of these films realize that horror movies should have some cares in them? There's not even a jump scare in this. This should have been called 'The Disappointing Movie of Molly Hartley'. Or perhaps the title should should match the Scooby-Doo level of horror and go with 'Molly Hartley and the Case of the Horrible Ending'. It would have even been better with just some simple punctuation. The Haunting of Molly Hartley? The answer is No
I'd say bizarre. I don't know... a horror film not terrifying, a private high school movie not as crual as usual... For Chace Crawford fans probably! (I am... so I've watched.)
It's just awful. A tired, overused plot with some stupid 'ghost' scenes slapped on. Totally HORRIBLE! 13/100
Sweet... the sequel comes out next year.