I’m A Great Fan Of A Good Haunted House Movie . . .
What I liked most about “We Are Still Here” is the fact that there was not a lot of special effects that made this “haunted house” haunted.
It’s the “normal” stuff that I find most creepy — a basement that is extraordinarily hot . . . a cracked photograph, a baseball following Ann into the basement . . .
There’s a history to the house that the new owners were aware — It was a former funeral home . . . At one time I wouldn’t have thought that too bad, but now in the older years, I may definitely pass up such a home — no matter how tempting the price . . .
There is also a mystery I wanted to solve about the house. You see there are some town folks who come a calling one evening and tell the tale of the former owner and how he was accused of selling the bodies instead of burying them as he was supposed to do . . . And this previous funeral home owner eventually took his own life . . . But that doesn’t necessarily explain everything — it just creeps you out a bit.
Towards the end of the movie is the creepy and the horror and all that stuff we wouldn’t want to experience in our own home.