Messes with the mind
- The Changeling review by CP Customer
This film is from the 1980s so you may have a laugh at the fashions.
This film is well scripted, no blood and guts like most films but more psychological than anything else.
It is such a good film as it keeps you interested at every step of the way - you have to keep watching to see how it pans out.
I will not spoil any plot because I think it ruins it for the viewer, but it's to do with something that happened in the house in the 1900's.
There is one particular scene that reminds me a little of Stanley Kubrick's film The Shining starring Jack Nicholson.
You will have to watch it to find out what happens.
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Yet another haunted house
- The Changeling review by AS
George C Scott lends his weighty presence to a run-of-the-mill spooky house tale. His major movie star status began to wane around this time and his later career shifted to television, albeit with some great performances. His real-life wife Trish van Devere joins him here, but this is not a good thing: she's an attractive lady but her acting is strictly by-numbers TV fare, and she adds no character to the proceedings. The scares are nothing new - dark staircases, empty rooms, self-motivating furniture, noisy plumbing. The ending is completely over the top. Worth a look for ghost story lovers.
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