Relativity Media releases House at the End of the Street today, September 21st. The PG-13 thriller from director Mark Tonderai (Hush) stars Jennifer Lawrence (The Hunger Games) Max Thieriot (My Soul To Take) and Elizabeth Shue (Leaving Las Vegas, Adventures In Babysitting). And I’ve got a feeling that the film’s unfortunate twitter hashtag (#HATES) might come back to haunt it. At least if other critics feel the same way Brad does.
In the film, “On the horror scale this PG-13 thriller scores a big fat zero, although it has one fairly well staged jump scare. Frankly, the only thing that makes the remotely bearable to watch are the performances by Theiriot and Lawrence (Elisabeth Shue is awkwardly scripted and shockingly miscast)… it’s just so poorly conceived that it should have premiered on Lifetime.”
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