A Haunting at Silver Falls (2013) - Horror, Thriller

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A small town is haunted by the twin daughters of a wrongfully convicted man. Young Jordan is sent down the path to who the real killer is, only to find the killer is very close to her.

IMDB: 4.8
Director: Brett Donowho
Stars: Steve Bacic, Tara Westwood
Length: 96 Minutes
PG Rating: N/A
Reviews: 6 out of 27 found boring (22.22%)

One-line Reviews (17)

Summation: Painfully slow and pointless; useful only as an exercise in how not to make a movie.

exceedingly boring (mild spoilers) .

This is a rather enjoyable enough Lifetime Channel ghost story even if it's pretty familiar and generic most of the time.

I think it was because the movie was predictable and because of the complete lack of scares, that the movie failed to entertain me.

Complete waste of time.

I could concede finding the ring in the jewelry box & suddenly realizing the truth, but the repetitive actions of touching fingers together were a big stretch.

The story is a slow bleed story on a new girl in town type tale filled with stories about a haunted forest.

But they were fighting an uphill battle against a predictable storyline and a very mediocre chain of events throughout the entire movie.

There were many minor things throughout the film that could be nitpicked on but overall I enjoyed it.

It occurred to me while watching this update on watching paint dry that if movies had IQ's, this one's would be very low.

If you are a thriller/haunted ghosts fan, and wont miss the intense scares/violence/blood, and perhaps enjoy a good lifetime movie on occasion, then this movie is right up your alley.

Enjoyable if average Lifetime ghost story .

Secondly, this movie was rife with story lines and characters that went nowhere.

I enjoyed it though!

The Points I give this movie are: Music 5/25 -- Visual Effect 2/25 -- Story 1/25 and ZERO for entertaining so the total points 8/100 (VERY BAD)

This is pointless.

- The fact that one or both of the twins repeatedly tried to hurt/kill Jordan - but supposedly wanted to send a message – is contrived.