A troubled young woman takes up residence in a Gothic apartment building where she must confront a terrifying evil.
Director Andrew C. Erin (Embrace of the Vampire) brings us this film from a screenplay co-written with Daniel Farrands (Amityville: The Awakening). We also get music from tomandandy (Mothman Prophecies, The Strangers and a couple Resident Evil films), some of the best in the business. Farrands may be best known for writing "Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers"
A filmmaker recalls his childhood, when he fell in love with the movies at his village's theater and formed a deep friendship with the theater's projectionist.
In many ways, this film anticipates "The Long Day Closes" and "Hugo". While "Cinema Paradiso" is probably not the first movie about enjoying movies, it is easily the most successful and critically acclaimed. Terence Davies was likely influenced, and there is no doubt that Martin Scorsese was.
Those old apartments - the stories they could tell, and the secrets that reside within the walls could be enough to amuse, bewilder and frighten many timid souls...and then we come to Havenhurst, from director Andrew C. Erin - so grab your bags and let's meet at the front steps to dissect this flick, shall we?
Starring Julie Benz as Jackie, an alcoholic fresh out of rehab, her next order of business is to take the offer of a new residence
Updated 02-09-2017 at 11:18 AM by bronxtko