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The Haunting

Directed by Robert Wise
United Kingdom, United States, 1963
Horror, Thriller


Hill House has an evil history with tragic accidents, suicide, and human misjudgement. Dr. Markway is a pyschic researcher who assembles a group with histories linked to the paranormal.

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The Haunting Directed by Robert Wise
Robert Wise’s production is a traditionally Gothic bit of horror that somehow remains faithful to Jackson’s book while also managing to flatten its surreal ambivalence and literalize much of its interiority, thanks to an overreliance on voiceover and melodramatic performance style.
October 24, 2018
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I didn’t show anything. It was just suggestions. There is nothing in it," Wise said. That’s essentially true; the closest thing to a special effect is a moment when a door begins to ripple and bend from the force of whatever ghastly spirit is trying to get at the characters. But Wise also said, “I had a marvelous cinematographer.” Boulton’s camera is what truly creates the spooks.
October 19, 2016
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A famous horror that actually works more like a Tennessee Williams drama, with fey, fragile Julie Harris – still under the thumb of her domineering invalid mom, even from beyond the grave – desperately looking for love, even if it means falling in love with a haunted house.
December 05, 2014
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