We Are Still Here (2015) – Review, Rating and Synopsis
Welcome to HouseOfHorrors.com, the most extensive Horror Movie Collection on earth and the favorite destination for millions of our horror genre fans for more than 20 years. In this article, you will find the We Are Still Here Review, Rating, and Synopsis. We Are Still Here is a 2015 English Horror movie directed by Ted Geoghegan. We hope you will be able to find this We Are Still Here Review article useful. In case you have any comments, please feel free to share with us.
We Are Still Here (2015) Rating:
- Eloise = 6 / 10;
- Raoul = 9 / 10;
- IMDb = 5.7 / 10;
- Rotten Tomatoes = 9.5 / 10;
We Are Still Here (2015) Synopsis:
Following the recent death of their son, a couple of middle-aged moves into an old house that will prove to be haunted by dark forces.
We Are Still Here (2015) Review:
Horror movies have been diversifying greatly in these past decades and most of them are now half comedy, half drama, half thriller, etc. Yet, with the recent success of The Conjuring and It Follows, it is clear that want people mostly want out of the horror genre is simple: they want to be scared. Well luckily for us, there are still some filmmakers out there whose primary goal is to scare the shit out of its audience. With his movie We Are Still Here, Ted Geoghegan is one of them.
The movie is not impressive in that there are no large scale special effects, no famous actors, and even the story is pretty basic for a horror movie. Instead, it seems that the movie focuses exclusively on scaring the audience, and succeeds. We Are Still Here is extremely clever in the way it is filmed, sort of a low budget equivalent to The Conjuring. They are both good jump scares and an incredibly tense atmosphere. The great design of ghosts only makes it further interesting. The horror starts immediately, first relying on the power of suggestions but quickly switching to real ghosts apparitions.
I liked everything about that movie. Of course, it could have been better, but it focused on the most important, being scary, and sometimes, that’s all we ask. Warmly recommended.