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2019 Directed by Scott Beck , Bryan Woods

Some Monsters Are Real

On Halloween, a group of friends encounter an "extreme" haunted house that promises to feed on their darkest fears. The night turns deadly as they come to the horrifying realization that some nightmares are real.

Katie Stevens Will Brittain Lauryn McClain Shazi Raja Andrew Lewis Caldwell Schuyler Helford Chaney Morrow Damian Maffei Terri Partyka Justin Marxen Justin Rose Schuyler White Samuel Hunt Rajiim A. Gross Phillip Johnson Richardson Calvin David Jones III Karli Hall Brent Geisler Briana Tedesco

Directors Directors

Scott Beck Bryan Woods

Assistant Directors Asst. Directors

Doug Turner Tami Kumin

Producers Producers

Todd Garner Eli Roth Mark Fasano Vishal Rungta Ankur Rungta

Executive Producers Exec. Producers

Marc Schaberg Jeremy Stein Jon D. Wagner Nick Meyer Sean Robins Tobias Weymar Josie Liang

Writers Writers

Casting casting.

Nancy Nayor

Editor Editor

Terel Gibson

Cinematography Cinematography

Production design production design.

Austin Gorg

Art Direction Art Direction

Jason Perrine

Set Decoration Set Decoration

Kay Wolfley

Special Effects Special Effects

Steve Tolin

Visual Effects Visual Effects

David Van Dyke Jose Marra Marcin Kolendo

Stunts Stunts

T.J. White Remington Steele Nicole Marines Jessie Fisher Shai Debroux Jason Cekanski

Composer Composer

Sound sound.

Mac Smith Chris Polczinski

Costume Design Costume Design

Nancy Collini

Makeup Makeup

Hugo Villasenor Chris Bridges Anna Richardson Jodi Byrne

Hairstyling Hairstyling

Scott H. Reeder Rachel Bayer

Broken Road Productions Nickel City Pictures Sierra/Affinity

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23 aug 2019, 13 sep 2019, 17 oct 2019, 24 oct 2019, 31 oct 2019, 15 nov 2019, 18 oct 2019, 18 nov 2019, 10 oct 2020, releases by country.

  • Theatrical 18

Netherlands

Russian federation.

  • Theatrical 18+
  • Digital 18+
  • Theatrical 16
  • Premiere 18 FrightFest
  • Theatrical R

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Lizzy

Review by Lizzy ★★★★ 2

that serotonin injection when you put on a movie you had low expectations for and it turns out to pop all the way off? classic!

basharmousa

Review by basharmousa ★★★ 3

When they took off their masks I choked on my shrimp curry

SilentDawn

Review by SilentDawn ★★½ 2

Middle-of-the-road Shudder/Fangoria type of stuff. Cheap, grisly, with some exceptional sequences lodged in the middle. I was sufficiently creeped-out, and the cast fits the bill for realistically acting scared. It's the poor ending that brings it down, along with a weak sub-plot relating to trauma and resilience, whether it's physical or emotional, that doesn't work. Still, it looks and sounds fantastic, and while 95% of VOD horror right now is made by and for convention fanatics, this one is easy enough to watch in spite of the fact that they definitely had more fun making it.

evan

Review by evan ½ 1

i  g r e w  u p  i n  a  h a u n t e d  h o u s e

Tony the Terror

Review by Tony the Terror ★★★★½ 11

Yep I really loved this! Thanks for the recommend  Joseph ! Mind you I haven’t seen Hell Fest yet and I hear good things about it, but I feel pretty safe going ahead and saying this is the best “haunted attraction” movie I’ve seen. I love how it starts out like Night of the Demons  before descending into a labyrinth of gore and terror.

I’ll readily admit that a few characters make some of the dumbest decisions I have ever seen, but when your diet consists of basically nothing but horror movies, you just have to let that whole issue go and enjoy the movie for the things it does right and this is one tense and effective gorefest!

CinemaJoe

Review by CinemaJoe ★★★

Wish we could escape the “female lead with the abusive past” trope, but other than that, turned out to be a lot of fun! Second half was much better than the first half, but there were enough scares and gore to keep me engaged for 90 minutes.

Eli Hayes

Review by Eli Hayes ★★½ 4

“I’m a equipment manager! I’m not Robert De Niro from Heat !”

aaron

Review by aaron ★★★★

THE HORROR GENRE IS ALIVE AND WELL LADIES

Josh Lewis

Review by Josh Lewis ★★★ 2

since for some reason i'm committed to keeping up with this stuff i can officially declare we're in a weird sub-phase of cheap horror right now; i guess we're calling it escape room horror? anyway i wasn't crazy about Hell Fest or Escape Room but i did like the focus on artificial construction and lighting of the haunted house in the former and the visually inventive level design of the latter and this deploys both and then adds in some decent make-up and gore. so i guess this is the best one so far but that being said i do feel like there's a ceiling on this sub-movement and we're already here.

Ian West

Review by Ian West ★★★ 10

I read a few reviews and peeped the trailer for this ahead of time and my interest was peaked... but I think I’m burnt out on the whole ‘extreme haunt warehouse escape room’ horror movie phase. There’s some nice set pieces (and a whacky ending that I liked since it felt right out of 1987) and some decent makeup, but the real mvp of this movie were the masks... they looked awesome! I still prefer Hellfest  as far as haunt attraction movies go buy this is super Solid and I can see myself liking it even more after a revisit two.

Nicholas Faron

Review by Nicholas Faron ★★★ 1

This is a rare horror film that's better than it has any right to be and going into it with zero knowledge, is the way to go.

Asim P.

Review by Asim P. ★★★★

This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.

they weren’t clowning around

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Haunt ending explained: who are the masked killers.

Haunt (2019) from Scott Beck and Bryan Woods, explores the darker side of extreme haunted attractions and introduced terrifying new masked killers.

Haunt is a 2019 release from Bryan Woods and Scott Beck and producer Eli Roth that explores the darkest side of extreme haunted attractions — here is the Haunt ending explained. The film follows a group of friends on Halloween night who are all looking to attend something unique. They find a flier for an "extreme" haunted attraction and go together. Harper is going through relationship problems with an abusive boyfriend and has endured a traumatic past due to her parents' own marital struggles, where abuse is also implied. She reluctantly attends, under pressure that this sort of event will take her mind away from the situation with her boyfriend.

In one of the best haunted attraction movies , they all are forced to sign a waiver. It is explicit in saying that they may undergo extreme situations and incur bodily harm, but even though this is meant to be a red flag, the majority are skeptical of how dangerous this situation might be and decide it's part of the act. Not soon after they are inside, they witness a real murder right in front of them and later discover that the masked people working inside are all out to kill them. The Haunt ending explained most of the film's events, but here's a rundown of the most important aspects.

Haunt Is A Commentary On Extreme Haunted Attractions

Haunt is not the typical haunted house movie . In the age of extreme haunted attractions being not only sought after, but a common point of discussion, particularly around Halloween, Haunt is a timely look at just how much abuse people are willing to pay to endure at the hands of someone who is supposedly safe. As the Haunt ending explained, the entire point of the film is to put these extreme haunted houses under a lens of scrutiny and provide a "what if" scenario regarding what could happen if these attractions were for real.

Over the years, theme parks, in particular, have taken the haunted house attraction to the extreme, carving out entire events for Halloween. Things like Universal Studios' Halloween Horror Nights or Busch Gardens' Howl O' Scream see hundreds of visitors flock to the parks hoping to be scared by one of the hundreds of scare actors skulking around haunted houses or decked-out-with-a-theme streets. Some of these scare actors even wield chainsaws and chase guests around, showing just how far people are willing to go and how much people are willing to pay for a good scare.

Recent documentaries have explored the phenomenon of trauma survivors and adrenaline junkies wanting to attend these attractions for the rush or for catharsis, and it has been explored in other horror films such as the underrated found-footage series The Houses October Built (2014), its sequel The Houses October Built 2 (2017), and Extremity (2018). As the Haunt ending explained, the reasoning behind why the staff of the attraction have decided to set these elaborate traps for their visitors is unknown until almost the very end, which paves the way for audiences to question their motivations from start to finish.

Ending Explained & Who Are Behind The Masks?

After most of her friends are dead, the Haunt ending explained that Harper starts to pick off the killers one by one, along with Nathan, who she only just recently met before they arrived. At one point, her boyfriend ends up using GPS to track her and ends up heading toward the attraction, but he is quickly picked off by the killers before he can save her. Nathan and Harper seem like they may be headed toward a budding relationship, though the outcome on this is never revealed.

As the Haunt ending explained, the big twist is revealed when Nathan and Harper capture the worker who is wearing a vampire mask, and he tells them that the reason why they do what they do is because they are part of a cult. The vampire says that the cult believes that they must make themselves into monsters underneath the masks and derive pleasure from tearing other people's faces off. Earlier in the film, "Mitch," the staff member wearing the ghost mask, takes it off and shows that his face has been mutilated to match the mask's exterior.

As more of the killers' true faces are revealed in one of the creepiest movies about cults , some are unmasked or shown unmasked, and the audience can see that they have all tried to emulate the masks they wear, almost as if they want to become whatever avatar they portray inside the house. The Haunt ending explained that Harper escapes the attraction, and it is subsequently burned to the ground by traps that have been set in place to destroy the structure and all the evidence by the man in the clown mask.

Recalling that they had to give up their phones before entry and wrote their home addresses on the waiver sheet, Harper realizes that the man in the clown mask would be able to track her location and follow her home. The Haunt ending explained that the man in the clown mask arrives at Harper's home only to find that she has set a trap for him much like the ones they endured in the attraction. She shoots him with a shotgun, and he dies, but it's unclear as to whether these members of the cult are the only ones out there or if any others survived.

The Haunt 2019 Directors Kept The Killers Identity Mysterious Deliberately

One of the things that makes Haunt a unique entry to the horror genre is that the identity of the killers, besides the fact that they are part of a cult, are left a mystery at the end. According to an interview with ScreenAnarchy , directors Scott Beck and Bryan Woods did this intentionally. Both Woods and Beck were asked if they had a background in mind for the villains that the movie didn't share, or if it was meant to be left up to the imagination. Woods compared Haunt to his film A Quiet Place , stating that he prefers audience participation when it comes to working out the larger mysteries.

That being said, Woods also got direction from horror movie producer Eli Roth , who stated that villains having a backstory was integral to the production. Roth stressed that even if audiences weren't let in on the backstory itself, it still needed to be a part of the overall film. While the Haunt ending explained little of the villain's backstory, outside of being in a cult, this adds to the overall film, rather than detracts from it, with Woods stating, "We have always watched out backstories of villains, perhaps that could be part of another Haunt movie; but we also love the mystery, we love embracing the mystery of it."

Eli Roth Was A Pivotal Influence For Haunt

Producer Eli Roth ( Inglourious Basterds ) had a heavy influence on Haunt 's overall production, as proven by the aforementioned interview with Bryan Woods and Scott Beck. According to Beck, Roth had come on board the production shortly after the early draft of the script had been prepared. The producer had been on the hunt for a haunted house-themed movie to get his name on when he found and settled on Haunt after enjoying the script. Beck recalls that Roth was a major guiding presence throughout the process, stating that the producer was generous with his knowledge of what made a good horror flick, and what made a bad one.

The Haunt ending explained little of the villain's backstory, but as previously mentioned, the fact that they even had one at all was Eli Roth's doing. Between Hostel and Cabin Fever , producer Eli Roth clearly knows what needs to be done to make one of the scariest horror movies , and Beck and Woods were more than happy to let the producer take the reins when necessary and guide Haunt into becoming as good as it did. When asked about working with Roth, Beck concluded, "He was a wonderful ally to have throughout the film."

Haunt: Why it's a Perfect Watch for the Spooky Season

Haunt, the underrated haunted house movie from 2019, should definitely be on your yearly Halloween watches!

This article contains spoilers for Haunt (2019) Now that Halloween is just a couple of weeks away, it's time to focus on creepy flicks to really set the mood for the spooky season. Haunt , which was released in 2019 and is criminally underrated, is the perfect horror film to get the night going and to be thoroughly creeped out. It was written and directed by Scott Beck, whose known for writing A Quiet Place , so one can be confident that Haunt is a frightening ride. Haunt is about a group of friends who want the ultimate scare on Halloween night, because a simple house party won't do it. They drive around for a bit, searching for the scariest haunted house they could possibly find , until one seems to conveniently find them. The group isn't turned off by the fact that it's mostly abandoned by the time they roll up; a creepy clown waiting for them at the door. They have to sign a waiver before entering, of course, and turn over their phones before the real horrors begin. Here's why Haunt is the perfect addition to your Halloween lineup.

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Common Tropes We Know and Love

Within the characters that head into the haunted house , each one has certain characteristics that we often see in horror movies. Harper (Katie Stevens) is the main female protagonist, and from the jump, audiences are made aware that she has more to her than meets the eye. She has an abusive boyfriend that she's struggling to distance herself from; her roommates are affected when he throws a pumpkin at their door. So she wasn't necessarily thrilled with going to this haunted house, but nevertheless, she was convinced by Nathan.

Nathan (Will Brittain) is the character you find yourself rooting for towards the end of the movie; the final boy who ends up getting several second winds in order to save not only himself, but the final girl as well. He's almost unstoppable as he gets shot, but keeps going, on a mission to not succumb as another victim to this insane group of people. Will Brittain is a semi-well-known actor, but he's memorable in this film as well as his role in the newest Purge movie, The Forever Purge , Anthem states .

Evan (Andrew Caldwell) is the comedic relief; a character that's designed to give the audience a few moments of distraction from the jump scares and murders on the screen. That being said, there are tons of jump scares that fill this movie. Some are corny and ill-timed, and others will make you jump out of your skin, such as a sudden downpour of spiders on one character's head (she doesn't last long). Tropes that could be seen as overused and not needed in most horror movies work extremely well in Haunt .

More Than One Villain

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Unlike other horror movies that feature one villain, with one big bad that the characters have to team up to take down, Haunt features a group of creepers. It's revealed throughout the movie that each person working at the haunted attraction, has had some sort of facial disfigurement. Whether it's terrifying piercings, burn marks, or placing someone else's face onto their own face, it's terrible. Clown is the first worker audiences and the group is introduced to, standing menacingly at the front of the building. He's the ring leader of the entire thing, and the one who burns it all to the ground at the end of it.

Ghost is the one that the audience gets to know the most, acting like he's helping the group out of the torture. Ghost is a double crosser and proves to be one of the scariest ones, with how he kills one of the characters by ripping their face off. Devil is the one with the most facial disfiguration; his eyes completely black, and voice distorted as he targets Harper throughout the maze. Also, Harper's abusive boyfriend, Sam, is another villain added to the plot as he tries to hunt down Harper, but ultimately gets a taste of his own medicine at the end.

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Doesn't Rely on Gore

While this movie relies on torture and jump scares, it doesn't overdo it with the gore. Some horror movies seem to drown the setting with blood and guts , but Haunt takes a different approach. Sure, Haunt is still gory, but it doesn't handle it in a way that ruins the entire film. Instead, it relies more on the thriller aspect of it, moments where audiences are left stunned by what turn it takes. Rotten Tomatoes states that Haunt is similar to the Saw movies with the amount of mind games and torture it has packed in. And when there is gore, it's weirdly tasteful and perfectly timed, without being abrasive and unnecessary. When Ghost rips off someone's face with the backend of a hammer, it isn't necessarily shown on screen, but the idea is, and that's enough to send shivers down one's spine.

Haunt makes you really think, because once you rely on certain characters, the plot will change and things will completely trip you up. The thrill of it all is the most exciting part of it; the jump scares and scoring of the film making the audience immersed in the storytelling of it all. When it was released, it became the number one horror movie on Shudder , and because it didn't have a national blockbuster release in theaters, that could be the reason why it's such an underrated horror movie in general. There have been plenty of newer movies that have toed the line between being thriller-based and being a bloodbath, and Haunt sits right in the balance of that.

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2019 closes out an uncommonly strong decade for horror movies with some potential future classics of its own, and we took all of the Fresh and Certified Fresh hits with critics to give you the full list of the 32 Best Horror Movies of 2019.

Happy Death Day 2U was the first 2019 horror movie to connect with critics, even if its Tomatometer score didn’t approach the original’s high mark. In fact, virtually all of this year’s sequels all fell around in the same area: You’ll see Annabelle Comes Home , It Chapter Two , and Zombieland Double Tap all clumped together in this guide. An exception: Doctor Sleep , the three-decades later sequel that actually falls only slightly behind The Shining ‘s Tomatometer score.

Original scary stories was the way to go this year, the most obvious example being Us , Jordan Peele’s follow-up to Get Out . Midsommar stranded us in the Swedish sunlight. Ready or Not turned a hide-and-seek game into a literal bloodbath. And even unabashed genre offering Crawl clawed its way into critics’ hearts and jugulars. And, of course, The Lighthouse , a black-and-white hybrid headtrip that reminds us to always compliment the chef. And there’s Tigers Are Not Afraid from Mexico, which gives new perspective into the dark.

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Emily's first night-shift as caregiver to an elderly dementia patient turns into a nightmare as she is tormented by a vengeful spirit.

Genre: Horror, Mystery & thriller

Original Language: English (United Kingdom)

Director: David Holroyd

Producer: Crispin Manson , Matthew Stradling

Writer: David Holroyd

Release Date (Streaming): May 18, 2020

Runtime: 1h 15m

Production Co: TH Film

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Queenzy Calma, Shaina Magdayao, Jake Cuenca, and Denise Laurel in The Haunted (2019)

"The Haunted" revolves around loving mother Aileen (Shaina), who is trying to rebuild her strained relationship with her husband Jordan (Jake) mainly for their daughter, Angel. Aileen is hes... Read all "The Haunted" revolves around loving mother Aileen (Shaina), who is trying to rebuild her strained relationship with her husband Jordan (Jake) mainly for their daughter, Angel. Aileen is hesitant to welcome Jordan back in their lives, especially after his negligence caused Angel'... Read all "The Haunted" revolves around loving mother Aileen (Shaina), who is trying to rebuild her strained relationship with her husband Jordan (Jake) mainly for their daughter, Angel. Aileen is hesitant to welcome Jordan back in their lives, especially after his negligence caused Angel's accident that leaves her in a coma for two years. However, after realizing how devoted a... Read all

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