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After living in an old mansion for almost 10 years a family suddenly discovers a ghost-like presence trying to communicate with them. A super-natural thriller.
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2017 Directed by Michael O. Sajbel
There's Something in My Room
After living in an old mansion for almost 10 years a family suddenly discovers a ghost-like presence trying to communicate with them. A super-natural thriller.
Jackson Hurst Ali Hillis Lance Henriksen Christopher Chisholm Gina Berceau Jensen Buchanan Catherine Frances
Michael O. Sajbel
Rex M. Teese George T. Kelly Jr.
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Review by DreamScape40 ★★★
I liked the house.
The actress playing the teenage daughter felt like a robot at times. There was one jump scare.. a silly one but I still jumped a little.
Even though Lance Henriksen has a short bit in the movie I still enjoy his performances.
Review by CountyLake ½ 3
Terrible. I was apart of the making of this shit and I had no idea how bad it would be. I was laughing at it during the World Premiere.
Review by Bethany Moira Dubuc ½
"Gross, you did it with dad?!"
"I took biology, you get pregnant, which means you're gonna have a baby"
That was only the beginning
It's like they're trying to be comical. The disengaged performances, over the top directing, mind numbing dialogue and the fucking strange story just... GOD damn it! I don't even know what to say!
And the pro-life bullshit, ARGH
The fucking shock value shit, it was terrible, truly awful line delivery. The music was so inappropriate, and for fuck sake the "creepy night scenes" are so brightly lit.
And then the cinematography is cheesy and try-hard with no hint of self awareness.
There's a fucking after credits scene?! Why?!
Okay, well... that was a movie that got painful to sit through when most of the funniest bits past.
Review by Dylan Windred ½ 1
Comes almost to Breen levels of funny. Quite an experience.
Review by Nick Wernicke ★ 1
If you like being tricked Into pro-life, anti abortion, catholic propaganda, then this movie is for you.
If you wish lifetime or the hallmark channel made horror movies, then this is for you too.
Review by Matthew J Loller ½
I literally had to pause it every 10 seconds to recover from each line of cringe-inducing dialogue given in the sappiest delivery of all time
Also this movie looks like a infomercial... except the flashback scenes, those looked like they were from Lazytown. And mind you this film lacks the competent blocking and framing of either of those two.
Review by Jerome1994 ★★½
For a straight to DVD movie this one wasn’t horrendous, however I feel like this movie got progressively worse as it went on. Way too many predictable scenes, characters that you will definitely forget about when the movie is over, writing that was tolerable for the first half of the movie but then got worse and a very mediocre ending. Really not much else to say about this one other then give this one a pass..
Review by Chase Barthel ½
Review by Morell ★
La premisa y el comienzo de la película te venden el cuento de que es una historia de casa encantada pero en realidad eso es solo un engaño, un farol o como decía Hithcock: Maguffin. La verdadera intensión de la película es hacer propagando católica de la forma más básica, rancia y solemne posible. Da vergüenza como toca temas actuales que se pueden discutir obviamente pero les da un enfoque totalmente ridículo. No sé si como parte del mensaje también que se quiere imponer contra los no creyentes como gente débil, superficial y estúpida, los padres de Lucy son un ejemplo de eso, totalmente idiotas, descuidados, involuntariamente exponen a su hija a un montón de peligros. La película es solo…
Review by Elle ½
The scariest thing in this movie is the acting
Review by KEwing ½
My body my sacrifice to Moloch.
Review by Benn ½
Ok so this was bad in such a bad way. The teenage daughter yelling in a restaurant "gross! You did it with dad!" Then saying she took a biology class in middle school. While explaining how babies are made like a 10 year old. "you get pregnant and your going to have a baby". And was the girl they cast for this movie an actual robot or was she just reading line by line off big cards someone was holding by the camera? She was the absolute worse! I hated every moment her monotone face was on the screen. Oh and did anyone else catch the very strong pro life vibe this train wreck had?
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Wraith - a pro-life horror film.
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Writer-director Michael Sajbel ( One Night With the King ), brings his convictions about the sanctity of all human life to his filmmaking in the independent film, Wraith . Not a typical vehicle for this counter-cultural message, the supernatural thriller tackles the question of abortion in a unique way that may appeal to audiences who would never watch a “pro-life” film.
Welcome to Neenah, Wisconsin where the Lukens family lives. The architecture of the area is fascinating, boasting a lot of big, old, family homes. The Lukens’ have lived in their house for ten years now but they may have to move.
Dennis Lukens (Jackson Hurst) is unemployed at the moment and is out looking for work. Katie (Ali Hillis), his wife, is a writer who explains to their teenage daughter, Lucy (Catherine Frances), that employment as a writer doesn’t bring in money to the family unless she gets published. Amongst these financial worries comes Katie’s unexpected pregnancy. Wondering whether they can afford another child and worrying about Katie’s age (she’s over 40), Katie and Dennis consider all options, including abortion.
When Lucy starts hearing odd things in their old house, Katie chalks it up to Lucy’s imagination but when Katie beings to hear things, too, she treks to the Neenah Public Library looking for information on the history of their home and the families who lived there. The local librarian, Mary Squire (Jensen Buchanan) helps her find the records while regaling Katie with a few of the local ghost stories connected with some of the old houses.
Wisconsin native, Sajbel, chose to shoot this low-budget film in his home state, noting that the homes in and around Neenah would be a perfect setting for his story. And it’s true. The house used in the film is incredibly beautiful as is the scenery of the outside scenes in the film. There’s a sense of peace and tranquility about the surroundings, which is why, when weird things start happening with escalating tension, you might wonder why something so strange and spooky is happening in such a nice place.
I applaud any filmmaker who goes out on a limb, like Sajbel has, to make a film that tackles an important issue like abortion from a Christian perspective in today’s world. I just wish they would make better films. Wraith ’s best asset comes in the form of Lance Henriksen, who plays blind Father Ehrlich, a local priest whom Katie consults about the ghostly presence in her home. His nuanced performance captures the faith of his character, strong against evil, yet gentle with those who are searching. The same cannot be said of the actors who play the main characters, especially first-timer, Catherine Frances, whose performance of Lucy is, regrettably, quite overacted. On the plus side, she’s young so she has plenty of time to grow in her craft.
Wraith released on May 8 th to Video-on-Demand platforms such as Amazon Prime, iTunes, YouTube, and Vimeo. Visit the film’s website to find out which platform is best suited to you: www.wraiththemovie.com .
A horror film might not seem like the most conventional way to present a pro-life story but the more I think about it, the more I realize that it’s actually quite appropriate since we in the Church tend to refer to the “horror of abortion.” My guess is that this film would be appealing to youth ministers and those who work with young adults as a vehicle, not only for an entertaining (if somewhat predictable) movie, but a fun way to start a conversation about what we believe about the presence of the Devil in the world, and, especially, about the horror of abortion in our society.
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- 1 hr 40 min
- 3.4 (799)
Wraith is a 2017 horror-thriller movie that revolves around the story of a young couple, Emily and Dalton, who move into an old mansion to start their new life. Emily, who is a writer, hopes to find inspiration for her next book in this house, where a sÃ©ance was conducted years ago, and several people died mysteriously.
Their neighbors warned them about the curse associated with this house, but Emily and Dalton ignored the warnings, believing them to be mere superstitions. Soon after their arrival, Emily starts experiencing strange occurrences in the house. Convinced that something is not right, she starts investigating and discovers that the house is haunted by a malevolent spirit.
As Emily digs deeper, she uncovers the history of the house and the spirit that resides in it. The spirit is of a man named Gabriel, who was tortured and killed inside the house decades ago by the people who conducted the sÃ©ance. Gabriel's spirit is seeking revenge on those who wronged him, and now, Emily and Dalton have become his latest prey.
The more Emily uncovers, the more she realizes that she may not have much time to save herself and her husband from the deadly clutches of the vengeful spirit. Together, Emily and Dalton must find a way to banish Gabriel's spirit from the house before it's too late.
The movie Wraith is a spine-chilling and gripping horror-thriller that will keep the audience on the edge of their seats throughout. The movie is directed by Michael O. Sajbel, and the cast includes Jackson Hurst as Dalton, Ali Hillis as Emily, and Lance Henriksen as Wallace, a former investigator who helps Emily unravel the mystery behind the sÃ©ance.
Hurst and Hillis both give commendable performances as the lead couple, who are struggling to survive against the deadly spirit. The chemistry between the two is believable, and their emotions are portrayed convincingly. Lance Henriksen's performance as Wallace adds depth to the story, and his portrayal of a seasoned investigator is authoritative and adds credibility to the story.
The cinematography and the sound design of the movie are also noteworthy. The house, where the story takes place, is portrayed as an eerie and ominous place, which perfectly adds to the overall atmosphere of the movie. The sound design is also done creatively, which is a critical element in a horror-thriller movie.
In summary, Wraith is a well-paced, well-acted, and effectively terrifying horror-thriller that delivers on its premise. The movie will appeal to horror enthusiasts and casual movie-goers alike. Director Michael O. Sajbel has done an excellent job in creating an engaging and suspenseful storyline, which keeps the audience hooked until the very end.
Wraith is a 2018 horror movie with a runtime of 1 hour and 40 minutes. It has received mostly poor reviews from critics and viewers, who have given it an IMDb score of 3.4.
- Genres Horror Thriller Mystery
- Cast Jackson Hurst Ali Hillis Lance Henriksen
- Director Michael O. Sajbel
- Release Date 2018
- MPAA Rating NR
- Runtime 1 hr 40 min
- Language English
- IMDB Rating 3.4 (799)
Josh Hartnett's 10 Best Movies, Ranked
Posted: December 31, 2023 | Last updated: January 1, 2024
- After a hiatus, Josh Hartnett returned to Hollywood in 2023 and starred in major productions like Oppenheimer and Black Mirror season 6.
- Hartnett's filmography includes iconic movies like 30 Days of Night, Lucky Number Slevin, Sin City, and Black Hawk Down.
- Oppenheimer, directed by Christopher Nolan, features Hartnett in a pivotal leading role and is considered his best movie yet.
After becoming one of the most notable young actors of the late 1990s and 2000s, Josh Hartnett has gone on to appear in more than 50 films and television series. The 45-year-old actor made a big comeback to the Hollywood spotlight in 2023 after taking an extended hiatus during which he mostly took smaller acting roles in independent and foreign movies to spend more time with his family in Surrey, England. Hartnett appeared in several major productions in 2023 including Oppenheimer and Black Mirror season 6.
Hartnett rose to prominence after making his feature film debut in 1998's Halloween H20: 20 Years Later as John, the son of Jamie Lee Curtis' iconic Laurie character. He would then appear in several major film productions throughout the late 90s and early 2000s including Michael Bay's notable 2001 blockbuster Pearl Harbor , the romantic comedy 40 Days and 40 Nights , and the 2004 mystery/drama Wicker Man . Hartnett has also produced several projects, including the music video for "Pursuit of Happiness" by rapper Kid Cudi.
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30 days of night.
One of Hartnett's most iconic films is the 2007 cult horror classic 30 Days of Night , directed by David Slade ( Black Mirror: Bandersnatch ). Josh Hartnett stars in the lead role as Eben Oleson in this vampire action horror set in a remote Alaskan town that is sent into 30 straight days of darkness . The unique setting is one of the reasons why 30 Days of Night is one of the most memorable vampire horrors of the 21st century. Hartnett gives an excellent performance alongside costars Melissa George and Ben Foster.
Wrath Of Man
For a film that Hartnett wasn't even supposed to be in initially, Wrath of Man ends up being one of the best movies that Hartnett has taken part in. The sleek and visually immersive action-crime thriller stars franchise powerhouse Jason Statham , Holy McCallany, and Scott Eastwood alongside Hartnett's role as Boy Sweat Dave. The Guy Ritchie movie offers one of the best new movies in the heist genre in recent memory and even features a cameo from rapper Post Malone.
Mozart & The Whale
The 2005 drama Mozart & The Whale is one of Hartnett's most underrated performances that truly demonstrated his range as an actor. Hartnett and costar Radha Mitchell play two people with Asperger's syndrome who fall in love and form a powerful yet tumultuous relationship . Hartnett excels in one of his most complicated and challenging roles, which is wrapped around an inspirational and heartwarming unconventional love story.
Josh Hartnetts Wrath Of Man Character Wasnt In The Script
This 1998 horror classic is likely one of the main movies that people think about when they see the name Josh Hartnett, as it was one of his early works that helped solidify his larger-than-life Hollywood status back then. The Faculty is a purely fun and entertaining movie experience that is even better to watch today than it was when it came out 25 years ago because of the added retrospective layer of 90s nostalgia . The film has a simple and wild premise, centering on a group of students who believe their teachers have become alien invaders.
Lucky Number Slevin
Lucky Number Slevin is a mid-2000s classic action movie with a remarkable cast that includes Hartnett, Morgan Freeman, Bruce Willis, Lucy Liu, and Ben Kingsley. The highly stylized film from director Paul McGuigan still holds up to this day as a fast-paced thriller with interesting elements of a modern film noir . Hartnett stars as the titular protagonist Slevin who gets caught up in a web of conspiracy involving very powerful gangsters in this surprisingly great movie.
Oh Lucy! is arguably one of the lesser-known films that Hartnett has starred in but actually utilizes his character in a unique and engaging way. Set in Tokyo, Oh Lucy! tells the story of a disillusioned woman who finds a new life when she takes on an alter-ego through her English learning class and falls in love with her instructor . Hartnett plays the teacher named John who suddenly disappears, forcing the newly-formed Lucy to discover what happened to him in this magnificent comedy-drama.
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Sin City is one of the most aesthetically innovative and iconic movies ever made and stars an incredible cast that includes Mickey Rourke, Clive Owen, Bruce Willis, Jessica Alba, Rosario Dawson, Benicio Del Toro, Carla Gugino, Nick Offerman, Elijah Wood, and Hartnett. The film is truly a one-of-a-kind viewing experience that should be seen by all fans of the action/comic book genre as well as followers of Hartnett . Sin City is often referred to as one of the best cinematic graphic novel adaptations of all time.
The Virgin Suicides
The Virgin Suicides is another one of Hartnett's earliest works that he is most famous for. The dreamlike yet tragic film was the first directorial effort by Sofia Coppola ( Lost in Translation , Priscilla ). The coming-of-age teen drama has become a cult classic of the young adult genre and features a breakout role from Kirsten Dunst as one of five Lisbon sisters who become the point of obsession between a group of boys in a 1970s suburban town. The film does contain several scenes pertaining to suicide.
Black Hawk Down
Black Hawk Down depicts the incredible true story of a tragic 1993 United States military operation in Somalia gone terribly wrong. Hartnett stars as one of the main soldiers who gets caught in a vicious gunfight that destroys two American Black Hawk helicopters. The intense Ridley Scott film is full of gripping action sequences and brilliant cinematography and sound effects and also stars an ensemble cast led by Ewan McGregor, Tom Sizemore, Sam Shepard, William Fichtner, and Jason Issacs.
Josh Hartnett's best movie is arguably Christopher Nolan's best directorial effort, 2023's Oppenheimer . Hartnett plays a pivotal role in the epic film as fellow physicist Ernest Lawrence, a friend and colleague of J. Robert Oppenheimer (Cillian Murphy) . Nolan's film is a behemoth of an action-war biopic that chronicles the creation of the atomic bomb that led to the United States' victory in World War II. While there are dozens of extraordinary actors in Oppenheimer , Josh Hartnett shines in one of the key leading roles.
Oppenheimer is a film by Christopher Nolan, which follows the theoretical physicist J. Robert Oppenheimer, the man behind the atomic bomb. Cillian Murphy will play the titular role, with the story based on the book American Prometheus: The Triumph and Tragedy of J. Robert Oppenheimer by Kai Bird and Martin J. Sherwin.
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