Twin filmmakers Danny and Oxide Pangs creepy 2003 feature THE EYE earned them enough kudos to make the leap to Hollywood and their first effort is the creepy chiller THE MESSENGERS. A Chicago-based family comprised of Roy (Dylan McDermott) his wife Denise (Penelope Ann Miller) their teenage daughter Jess (Kristen Stewart) and young son Ben (played by twins Evan and Theodore Turner) try to put the hard times behind them with a move to a picturesque farmhouse in North Dakota. Jess quickly becomes convinced that the house is haunted after some peculiar occurrences while shes alone there with young Ben. But Ben cant articulate what hes seen and Jesss story is met with scepticism by her parents. It soon becomes apparent that past family tensions are slowly boiling to the surface. Meanwhile the ghosts keep coming and the Pang brothers never keep their audience waiting for long before another nerve-jangling scene shudders into view. But as the ghosts torment their new residents Jess does a little research on the old farmhouse and discovers a few secrets that may just hold the key to why this is all happening. Packed full of CGI effects and a few moments that may cause a jump or two THE MESSENGERS is a horror movie aimed at a young audience and not horror aficionados as indicated by its certification.
Release Date: 06 October 2008
Certificate: 15 - Suitable for Persons Aged 15 or Over
Sound: Dolby Digital
Running Time: 86 minutes
Production Year: 2007
Main Language: English
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