The Last House on Cemetery Lane


Action / Horror


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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by Claudio Carvalho 4 / 10

Very Low Budget Movie

The screenwriter John Davies (Lee Bane) leaves London and rents an isolated manor in the countryside for two months in a location where he used to visit when he was a child. The real estate agent Mrs. Connelly (Tessa Wood) shows the two-floor house but informs that in the attic lives another tenant, the reclusive Agnes (Vivien Bridson) that is blind. John decides to stay and in the afternoon he meets the beautiful neighbor Cassie Konrad (Georgina Blackledge) in the garden. John invites Cassie for a tea and soon they get close to each other. However, during the night, John is haunted by nightmares and supernatural events. One night, he decides to break in the attic and Agnes discloses the secrets of the manor.

"The Last House on Cemetery Lane" is a very low budget horror movie with a story of haunted house. The storyline has potential but the cinematography, camera and effects are very poor and the plot is confused. Who is haunting the house and consequently John is the most important unanswered question since Cassie has fallen in love with John. My vote is four.

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Reviewed by MaeBeaBaeBea 3 / 10

A Ghost Story That Was Less Fun Than A Kiddie Coaster

I just don't know what to say. It was difficult to make it through this entire piece of drivel and stay awake at the same time. Let's see, we have an obnoxious real estate person who lies through her teeth and should have been sued, a screenwriter who never writes, a pretty young thing who steals blackberries and acts like a graduate from St. Vivian's School of Vacuous Smiles, and an old recluse who seemingly survives on air.

Then the usual stuff starts happening - sinister writing on walls, thumping paintings, rattling door knobs, meaningless nightmares - all pointing to a malignant spirit. In the end we find out that while in most ghost stories these things have a purpose, in this one we just sit there and go "Huh?" Major plot holes, or if you wish, failed plot devices. No action, no thrills, not even a hint at a jump scare.

Why, God, oh why did I waste my time on this? Please people, don't make the same mistake I did.

Reviewed by David Roggenkamp 1 / 10

I wasn't impressed

I found this via a Red Box rental, so it looked promising. It had some fancy title screen art rendering depicting something occult, fantastic and otherwise surreal and dark. The movie is actually anything but. Instead, it is about a horror writer (surprise!) living in a mansion. He has an older woman that lives on the top floor, but he can't ever access the top floor. The foreshadowing isn't that great here and while the movie plays on it, it doesn't reveal much until later in the movie. The writer himself walks around the house, business as usual, and strange things start to happen. Most of the movie carries on like this and otherwise makes for a frustrating affair to watch, if not boring as a whole. I do not recommend the movie.

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