Rent Whispers (2015)

3.0 of 5 from 59 ratings
1h 29min
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Grieving the death of their young daughter, a young couple move to the countryside in the hopes of forgetting the tragic events that led to her death and for a new start. But they are haunted by the tragedy and it's not long before a sinister darkness descends on their new home, as something is determined that they don't forget
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Tammi Sutton, Craig Rees, Tim Worman
Tammi Sutton
High Fliers Video Distribution
British Films, Horror, Thrillers
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Run Time:
89 minutes
DVD Regions:
Region 2
Aspect Ratio:
Widescreen 1.78:1 / 16:9

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Reviews (2) of Whispers

Absolute s**t! - Whispers review by KE

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I've watched some poor films in my time but this one tops them to the max! Poor acting. No flow to story! (I say story but really there wasn't one)

Even sound effects must have been added by a child! Honestly so bad! Kept on stupidly watching till the end incase there was a slight chance it improved...... IT Didn't!....... At time of watching this I was in quarantine due to the covid 19.... But felt like I'd wasted 2 hours of my life that I'll never get back ????

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Decent Indie horror. - Whispers review by NP

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Lilja Johnson, as young Catherine, acts most of the cast off the screen. The poor little lass gets no love, no affection, rarely so much as a kind word. Of the adults, Barbara Nedeljakova as Sasha pretty much steals the rest of the show.

You could say that the wonderful locations and nicely shot photography is sunk by the stilted acting, or you could say that the stilted acting is lifted by the wonderful locations and nicely shot photography (cinematography by Kirk Douglas)! Either way, there are some issues common with a lot of low budget and indie films: the lifelessness of most performances and some sound issues in some areas. Elsewhere, Gary Devon Dotson and Tim Worman's music is very effective.

The story is lengthened, if not strengthened, by a weird opening involving characters we never meet again, and features a dark haired girl who seems to have walked straight out of Japanese horror 'The Grudge (2004)'. Who these people are and what relevance they have on the unfolding tale, is a mystery.

The story is a decent one, with a touching twist at the end.

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