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Behind the Wall YTS
Behind the Wall YTS
2007
Action / Adventure / Comedy / Fantasy / Horror / Thriller
4
3.7/10
648
1 hr 34 min

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Plot Summary:
In this chilling, atmospheric thriller, Katelyn (Lindy Booth) seeks answers about the brutal murder that claimed her mother’s life 20 years ago in the lighthouse where they lived, a crime for which her grief-and-guilt-crazed father has long held the blame. When developers descend on the abandoned lighthouse and begin to vanish mysteriously, Katelyn comes face-to-face with the evil haunts the family’s former abode.
Director
Paul Schneider
Top Cast
Lindy Booth as Katelyn Parks

Lawrence Dane as Father Hendry


Behind the Wall 2007 720p.BluRay

703.18 MB
1280*720
English 2.0
PG-13

Subtitles
23.976 fps
1 hr 34 min
Seeds 1.

Behind the Wall 2007 1080p.BluRay

1.24 GB
1920*1080
English 2.0
PG-13

Subtitles
23.976 fps
1 hr 34 min
Seeds ….

Behind the Wall review

Reviewed by GL84

6 / 10

Somewhat enjoyable if flawed effort
Called back to her hometown after years being away, a woman finds that her connection to a storied lighthouse in town which initially caused her to leave is unleashing a torrent of ghostly activity on those nearby and must race to stop it before it engulfs the town.

This one was a pretty bland and overall decent effort. The film’s best qualities stem from the continuous usage of the central location here, as the lighthouse setting featured is quite chilling and seems like the ideal location upon which to string these kinds of horror surroundings from. Given the rather chilling mark of being abandoned for years following the original disaster, there’s the dirty, moldy setting here that combined with the really enjoyable layout and hidden compartments within the house that cause this to really have an eerie layer to it that gives this plenty of enjoyable qualities exploring this set-up. That the film’s two biggest scenes, the flashback revelation of what happened to her mother getting dragged into the darkness behind the open wall and the eerie stalking of the photographers into the basement pit manage to come off with a great sense of thrilling action as well as really taking advantage of the location with the scenes coming off as the real highlights here by managing to come off as well as they do here. Likewise, there’s plenty of fun here with how this one builds up the mystery of the lighthouse here b showing off the different mysterious events of the past and how they’re all slowly disappearing one-by-one around the area which really starts the investigation into this and finally putting the pieces together which requires the big final resolution here that comes off quite fun and enjoyable. That’s really all that work here for this one as this one does have some pretty big problems. The biggest problem is how little on-screen action really revolves around the actual haunting as the majority of time here is spent on other elements that hold this one down. As there’s a large portion of time spent here on being welcomed back to town and trying to find out the reason for her summoning, it makes for a rather long time before we get any kind of true scares to develop here, and by continuing on the troubled past that she has to figure out while running those other story lines we don’t get very many chances for scares past that point either and the whole thing feels rather long and dreary here with only the continuous shots of the atmospheric lighthouse to carry this one along. The other big problem here is the film’s usage of one of the most appalling and utterly infuriating storyline tactics, having a character that is fully aware of the dangers and problems associated with the current situation keep that information to themselves in the face of overwhelming evidence that revealing it will save countless lives. Numerous times throughout here he could’ve easily prevented more deaths from occurring simply by actively sharing his knowledge with others, considering they’re involved and wouldn’t have had a hard time believing his story once they hear it and piece it together with what’s going on. This is a truly irritating ploy that’s continued in here, and really helps to lower this one along with its other problems.

Rated PG-13: Violence and Language.Read More