The Uninvited [Blu-ray]

I wanted to see this movie from the first time I saw an ad for it, mainly because it has Elizabeth Banks in it and she needs to be in more movies.  Then I learned that it is based off of a South Korean horror film and I really wanted to see it.  But none of my friends wanted to go and see it with me and I’m not quite lonely enough to go and watch movies on my own.  Now it’s ready for you to bring home in a whole new format for this amazing film!

Starting this April 28th, now available on Blu-ray Disc from Cold Spring Pictures and DreamWorks Home Entertainment comes a creepy and frightening story of betrayal and murder.  The Uninvited – Blu-ray Disc is ready to crawl right out of your television screen and frighten you with a tale of a beautiful murderer and what really happens next.  Bring home this great scary and thought provoking movie today!

Anna has come home from the mental hospital to be with her sister Alex.  Their mother died ten months ago and Anna has been having some strange dreams about it.  Now their father is hooking up with the hospice nurse who was caring for his wife before she was killed.  Anna becomes convinced that Rachel, the nurse is not who she seems at all.  Her dreams become more vivid until Anna knows that Rachel kills the people she worked for before and they are now haunting Anna.  Things build to a climax with confrontation after confrontation until one of the strangest and most mind-bending twist endings of recent cinema.  This movie stars Emily Browning, Elizabeth Banks, Arielle Kebbel and David Strahairn.

The special features included in this Blu-ray Disc are an exciting and interesting look at the making of this film, some great deleted scenes and an enthralling and much more surprising alternate ending for the film.

I had always thought that this movie looked pretty scary and this movie did not disappoint.  Most of the frightening parts were the kind that makes you jump or startle you, they weren’t the kind of deep seeded terror that few movies can accurately achieve.  But there some fairly scary parts.  Yet it was the ending that blew me away.  I knew that this was an Asian horror remake and I still didn’t see this coming, so it’s a great twist ending.  I’m liking the whole Asian influence in the horror genre because it’s making them all smarter and much more psychological in nature.  That’s a change that is more is more than welcome when it comes to all the tired conventions of that genre.  Elizabeth Banks was both stunning and fantastic in her role and Emily Browning is without a doubt an actress to watch in the future.  This is a great horror movie and well worth getting if you’re a fan of the genre.

This movie isn’t wholly Uninvited.

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