House at the End of the Street

Movie review by Jeffrey Anderson, Common Sense Media
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Common Sense says

age 15+

Dumb thriller will disappoint Hunger Games fans.

PG-13 2012 101 minutes

Parents say

age 13+

Based on 8 reviews

Kids say

age 13+

Based on 38 reviews

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age 13+

its boring dont waste ur time

its just dumb and stupid i cant believe jennifer lawrence would star in this. i love suspence movies but a snail in an ice storm moves faster than this movie. there are a few kissing parts but like the love story is ridiculous srsly dont waste ur time
age 13+

Corny Thriller Film Has A "Psycho-Like" Finale

The film House at the End of the Street is a little slow. It takes almost an hour of the film to build up the actual thrilling part. The story was good up until the ending which raises tons of questions left unanswered. Although a little confusing and off it is quite a thriller with a good twist in the story. There isn't as much violence that is expected in a thriller film, but it does provide. Nothing sexual and I don't think I heard more than a pair of curse words. But it wasn't totally amazing and was a solid meh all the run-through.

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