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House at the End of the Street

  Tags: A Bigger Boat, David Loucka, Elisabeth Shue, FilmNation Entertainment, Gil Bellows, Jennifer Lawrence, KILLERS, Mark Tonderai, Max Thieriot, psychological, thriller

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A mother (Elisabeth Shue) and daughter (Jennifer Lawrence) move in to a new community and find themselves next door to a house with a terrible past. Years ago, in a notorious incident, a psychotic young girl murdered her parents. While the locals insist the girl vanished after the brutal murders, the new arrivals quickly discover the sinister house’s story is far from over... and the daughter may become part of its dark legacy.

CATEGORY
Killers

RELEASE DATE
September 21, 2012
January 8, 2013 (DVD)
CURRENT STATUS
Now On DVD
LANGUAGE
English
PRODUCED BY
FilmNation Entertainment
A Bigger Boat
MPAA RATING
PG-13 "intense sequences of violence and terror, thematic elements, language, some teen partying and brief drug material."
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DIRECTED BY
Mark Tonderai
WRITTEN BY
David Loucka
STARRING
Elisabeth Shue
Jennifer Lawrence
Max Thieriot
Gil Bellows

PROJECT DETAILS
  • Filmed in Ottawa, Canada.
  • Originally had a February 12th then a April 20th 2012 theatrical release.
  • Alternate synopsis: A mother (Elisabeth Shue) and daughter (Jennifer Lawrence) move in to a new community and find themselves next door to a house with a terrible past. Years ago, in a notorious incident, a psychotic young girl murdered her parents. While the locals insist the girl vanished after the brutal murders, the new arrivals quickly discover the sinister house’s story is far from over... and the daughter may become part of its dark legacy.
  • Relativity Media will distribute the film in the US.
  • Director Mark Tonderai also worked on the 2009 UK road thriller Hush.
  • Producer Aaron Ryder had this to say about the project: "We believe this will be to Psycho what Disturbia was to Rear Window, but with the addition of a strong female lead."
  • The project is being described as "a thriller in the vein of Psycho, aimed at a contemporary young audience."
  • Based on a story by Jonathan Mostow.
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3/10 | Click here to read the official review from a UHM staff member.

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