The House Next Door

The House Next Door

10 Nov, 2017
2 hrs 20 mins
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A neurosurgeon (played by Siddharth) and his wife (played by Andrea Jeremiah), a newly-wed couple move into a new neighborhood and soon realize that the house next door, inhabiting a little girl and her mother, is haunted. Although initially reluctant to believe the stories of supernatural elements, the doctor, after a close encounter with the possessed resorts to exorcism to help save the neighbors.
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Verdict: A film that will send chills down your spine. The opening credits of the film The House Next Door begins by thanking many, which also includes God and the Devil. The last mention drew many laughs and rightly so (who would ever thank the devil?) When you think of it, a horror genre film []... ...Read full review
A young, happily married couple finds themselves embroiled in inexplicable domestic circumstances caused by their next door neighbours. Krish (Siddharth) and Lakshmi (Andrea Jeremiah), however helpful and social, cannot wrap their heads around the bizarre series of recurring incidents at the D`Costa household and get entangled in them in more ways than one. ...Read full review
The House Next Door, starring Siddharth, Andrea Jeremiah, Anisha Victor and Atul Kulkarni is the Hindi version of the Tamil horror film, Aval, which released last Friday. With The House Next Door, director Milind Rau illustrates that horror films need not rely on scary, ugly faces, sudden noises and a loud background score to frighten the wits out of its audience. ...Read full review
Unless you have attained rationalist nirvana, chances are you are vulnerable before a good spookfest. The House Next Door plays on all the fears we bury under our intellectual protestations against the existence of paranormal activity: the fear of what lies beneath our beds, what lies beyond that bend in the corridor, behind that closed door, or buried in the history of the house we occupy. ...Read full review
Krish (Siddharth) and Laxmi (Andrea Jeremiah) are a happily married couple. Their life changes up-side down when a family moves in next door. D`Souza`s - Paul (Atul Kulkarni), his wife, father, a maid and two daughters, Jenny (Anisha Angelina Victor) and Sarah, instantly hit it off with Krish and Laxmi. ...Read full review
The film begins with the past (black and white) where we see the introduction of an expecting Chinese mother and her young daughter. A couple of their `loving` moments is shown- the girl stepping out of the well and hugging her mother. ...Read full review

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