A teenager (Jennifer Lawrence) and her mother (Elisabeth Shue) move to a new town and make a gruesome discovery about the house next door in this tale of terror from Hush director Mark Tonderai. Shortly after learning that the neighboring house was recently the scene of a horrific double homicide, the curious teen forges a tender friendship with the boy who cheated death (Max Thieriot) on that fateful night. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi
Well written, acted, and directed. You're led nicely down one road, and won't see the twist coming, until you're hit with them. One of those movies you'll enjoy watching a second time, to see things from a different perspentive, knowing what's to come.
Boring as heck...The first 80 minutes were soooo slow with nothing more than a mom trying to reconcile her relationship with her daughter. No meat just boring dialog. Wait for it on TV next year, not worth the wait.
In my opinion, and I really think that Jennifer Lawrence is a good new actress, this movie failed. I saw her acting ability in the movie Winter's Bone and she was good. This movie, however, is boring. Not scary and no suspense at all.