11 Movies Like The Night House (2021)

An effective old-fashioned ghost story that reveals inconceivable facts after a tragic loss is “The Night House,” which stars the always wonderful Rebecca Hall as the central character.

It’s a pretty impressive mood generator, the kind of movie that wants you to feel unsettled from very nearly its first frame all the way to its final one, and it basically gets that job done.

It owes more to films like “Carnival of Souls” and “The Innocents” than to most current horror fare. It is David Bruckner’s (“The Ritual”) best work to date in terms of sheer craft, as he precisely slides his camera through the increasingly unsettling life of a woman who is coming to the realisation that she may actually be safer now with her husband haunting than she was when they lived in the same house together.

This is one of the better horror movies that will be released in 2021, and it is an absolute must-see for everyone who like the genre. The sound design is excellent, and it helps to greatly enhance the experience.

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