Haunting (DVD)

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Description

Jan De Bont directs this remake of the 1963 classic. Dr David Marrow (Liam Neeson) lures three subjects to a haunted house by advertising for volunteers for a study on insomnia. These unfortunate subjects are Theo (Catherine Zeta Jones), Nell (Lili Taylor) and Luke (Owen Wilson). Once in the house, the trio notice a number of strange and unexplainable events, and Nell becomes convinced that the house is trying to communicate with her...

Product Details

Barcode
5051188130237
Department
Movies & TV
Released
3 Jul 2006
Type
Movies
Format
DVD
Genre
Horror
Region
Region 2
Language
English
Studio
DreamWorks Live Action
Runtime
108 min
Age Restriction
12
Supply Source
UK

Movie

Title
Haunting
Release Year
1999
Running Time
112 min
Language
English
Categories
Horror/Suspense / Ghosts / Haunted Houses / Remake / Suspense / Theatrical Release / Thriller
Synopsis
Jan DeBont (SPEED, TWISTER) remakes Robert Wise's subtle and terrifying 1963 haunted house tale as a computer-effects laden thrill ride. A professor (Neeson) and three subjects (Zeta-Jones and indie heroes Taylor and Wilson) spend an night in an old house with sinister secrets for the sake of a sleep disorder study...but no one gets much sleep. Based on Shirley Jackson's novel.
Cast & Crew
Director
Jan de Bont
Star
Liam Neeson / Catherine Zeta-Jones / Lili Taylor / Owen Wilson
Composer
Jerry Goldsmith
Producer
Susan Arnold / Donna Arkoff Roth / Colin Wilson
Director of Photography
Karl Walter Lindenlaub
Editor
Michael Kahn
Production Designer
Eugenio Zanetti
Costume Designer
Ellen Mirojnick
Movie Critics
Chicago Sun-Times
"...[Zanetti] has done a masterful job of creating interiors that seem to be alive with menace....The special effects are original and effective..."
Roger Ebert (23 Jul 1999, p.31)
Sight and Sound
"...[A] bristling, attention-grabbing carnival funhouse of a picture..."
Kim Newman (1 Jan 1970, p.44)
Variety
"...Extravagant technical prowess....This is a haunted house tale as high-tech as anyone could want..."
Todd McCarthy (1 Jan 1970, p.34)