‘Silent House’: Review Revue

Right off the bat, "Silent House" has two intriguing points in its favor: the whole film is one long unbroken shot, and it stars the excellent Elizabeth Olsen. But while critics say the movie is atmospheric and often quite chilling, its climax is a big letdown. During a weekend stay at her family’s lake house, Sarah (Olsen) becomes trapped by menacing intruders and ominous noises. For the next hour and a half, Sarah tries to uncover the true nature of this malevolent force — and escape with her life. It’s currently at 56 percent on the Tomatometer; read what the critics have to say here:

http://blogs.wsj.com/speakeasy/2012/03/09/john-carter-silent-house-review-revue/?mod=WSJBlog 

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