Review: The House on Pine Street, who’s that knocking?

There is almost no better setting for a horror film than within the walls of a house, and because it’s the place we feel safest, the genre has been exploiting them for a very long time. Directing tandem Aaron and Austin Keeling’s The House on Pine Street is another addition to the storied tales of a haunted house, one with a deep focus on subtle scares and a creeping atmosphere. In the film, a very pregnant Jennifer reluctantly returns to her hometown after an unexpected mental breakdown, where she moves into a house that starts to toy with her sanity.

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