The Other Side of the Door Reviews

March 4, 2016
It might be trying to make a point. If so, it sure is hard to hear it over the noisy screeches and cheap jump scares.
March 4, 2016
Like all the best horror, The Other Side of the Door is concerned not just with what freaks us out on a gut level, but the deeply-repressed anxieties that truly terrify us.
March 3, 2016
The Other Side of the Door is a functional, entirely respectable entry into the populist canon of "evil child" horror movies (from The Innocents to The Omen to Orphan).
March 3, 2016
There are no prizes for guessing what happens, but it's a smart scary movie that relies on atmosphere and characterisation - not just jump-scares - for its effect.
March 1, 2016
So tasteless in its depiction of India that it makes 'Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom' look like a triumph of racial awareness.
February 29, 2016
Along with writing partner Ernest Riera, Roberts pilfers odds and ends of Hindu religious practices and folklore to construct a middling ghost story that traces a vaguely Gothic outline, only to follow a wearyingly derivative trajectory.
February 24, 2016
The type of sporadically silly and patently predictable horror pic that would look like filler on Syfy's weekend lineup, "The Other Side of the Door" brings virtually nothing new to the supernatural genre.
February 23, 2016
There is Conjuring-style haunting. There's a creepy piano that plays itself. And there is an annoyingly liberal use of horror's cheapest gimmick, the jump-scare.