Don’t Go in the house at the end of the street!

By, The Wasp

Taken from http://www.imdb.com

If you have access to TV or computer you probably seen the trailer to “The House at The End of The Street” . This movie features the acting talents of Jennifer Lawrence, Matt Thieriot, and Sarah Shue.

If you don’t know what the basic plot is, a girl named Elissa (Lawrence) and her mother Sarah move to new town from Chicago and they find themselves living next to a house where a little girl had killed her parents. But when Elissa meets the surviving son, Ryan (Thieriot), She begins to warm up at him and they become friends.

WARNING SPOILERS AHEAD!!!!! IF YOU HAVE NOT SEEN THIS MOVIE I SUGGEST THAT YOU GO STRAIGHT TO A THEATER SO YOU CAN READ BELOW AND UNDERSTAND WHAT ITS LIKE TO FEEL UNCOFORTABLE FOR AND HOUR AND A HALF…………………………………………………………….

Things start to take a deadly turn on the night of the battle of the bands when a group of unfriendly young men led by Tyler             (Portrayed by Noah Funk) a neighborhood resident who is not very accepting of Ryan begin to attack Ryan. Ryan “defending himself” breaks Tyler’s foot in the midst of the fight. Ryan runs off as Elissa goes after him. When Elissa arrives she puts out a fire set by two of the guys from before. When throwing away a burnt curtain she finds a box of colored contacts. She hears notice and goes downstairs she finds Ryan with a girl who she believes is the presumably dead and murderous Carrie-Ann. “Carrie-Ann” attacks and Ryan tells her to leaves. When she is back upstairs she finds s colored contact on her hand not from Ryan though. As Ryan comes upstairs and attacks Elissa as he dose we find out that he has been kidnapping girls to be his Carrie-Ann. In the end we find out that Ryan’s parents had foced him to “be” Carrie-Ann.

As you can see this movie is quite creepy but not scary. A normal rated PG-13 movie. I thought the movie was fantastic.

 

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