Haunt

critic Reviews

68% Fresh Tomatometer Score68%
  • Fresh Tomatometer Score
    Jeff YorkCreative Screenwriting
    Haunt is a brisk and stimulating ride, one you'll likely come out of feeling spooked and quite satisfied.
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    Abbie BernsteinAssignment X
    There is a nicely mythic tinge to both the placement of the haunt and the goings-on within it.
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  • Rotten Tomatometer Score
    Meagan NavarroBloody Disgusting
    Influences of The Funhouse, The Strangers, and even Saw are all woven throughout, but without the innovation or imaginative set pieces that made those movies memorable. Despite what the premise suggests, there's nothing "extreme" about this haunt.
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    Chris StuckmannChrisStuckmann.com
    The tension here is pretty damn strong.
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    Tori PrestonPajiba
    Simple, straight-forward, and almost exactly what you anticipate, but with juuuuuuust enough attention paid to the production to make it more enticing than average.
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    Joey MagidsonHollywood News
    "Haunt" will appeal to unfussy horror fans.
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    Richard RoeperChicago Sun-Times
    Though it's from the writers of A Quiet Place, the grisly horror gem plays more like a Saw movie.
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  • Fresh Tomatometer Score
    Justin LoweHollywood Reporter
    With a simultaneous theatrical and digital release, Haunt's pedigree, underlined by Eli Roth's participation as producer, should prove a draw for both devoted horror fans and the simply curious.
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  • Rotten Tomatometer Score
    Jeffrey M. AndersonCommon Sense Media
    The promise of a fun, Halloween-set haunted-house movie is quickly dashed by a batch of weak, thinly drawn characters, poor decisions, and a preoccupation with torture.
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  • Fresh Tomatometer Score
    Deirdre CrimminsHighDef Digest
    Never quite resting on the premise of a haunted house gone bad, Haunt dares to wade into the realm of horror that features character development on both sides of the masks.
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