Next Door details
|Starring:||Kristoffer Joner, Julia Schacht, Anna Bache-Wiig, Michael Nyqvist, Oystein Martinsen, Odd Arno Midtsjo|
|Genres:||Gay/Lesbian, Horror, Thriller|
|Run time:||1 hour 15 minutes|
|Rental release:||12 Mar 2007|
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AvoidBy bella411 (24 reviews) from Buckinghamshire, England , 06 Jan 2008
[Highly rated reviewer]This movie was so rubbish, i was glad that it didn't last long. It is a bit of a mystery that all falls into place at the end but there is not much to the film. There is nothing sexy about this film unless you like seeing people giving each other nose bleeds whilst they are having sex.
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Wrong TrailerBy Loilee (12 reviews) , 11 Dec 2013I don't know about the film but I'm pretty sure it's the wrong trailer - the one playing is a comedy with James Woods in it.
What you see is not what it seemsBy BadBabe (40 reviews) , 10 Jun 2013A very thought provoking and original horror film . Had me jumping a few times and didn't know what was coming next.
Mind over matterBy a customer , 14 Sep 2012A clever film that examines the effects of the stressed mind and how it can perceive emotions especially when dealing with a rlationship break up and a potential new one. It does however trudge at times
johnny be goodBy juradino (815 reviews) from London , 28 Feb 2012Psychological horror - thriller which is hardly mysterious. Young man is being set up by everyone around him which results in series of confusing memories and nightmares that address his essential condition defined by loneliness. Plot is quite obvious as it unfolds and even I guessed the ending (more or less) about half way through. There is no police or mental health institutions in this otherwise it has some similarity to Shutter Island and even American Psycho.
not original, but beautifully doneBy carl28 (78 reviews) from Burgess Hill , 27 Jul 2011More psychological drama than horror, next door is a depiction of how frail the human mind can be, and how it may cope when pushed to the extreme.
Although for avid viewers of such movies it may play out with familiarity, next door starts strong and doesnt let got for the 75 minutes run time. I feel the film has been marketed somewhat incorrectly, the borderline porn and graphic violence i expected throughout seemed to be missing, maybe a good thing as whats brilliant here is the directors use of scenes to depict the story, which itself is pretty straightforward
A good movie, definitely worth a rental