Two brothers; Dane (Chris Massoglia) and Lucas (Nathan Gamble) embark upon a very scary adventure. Along with the girl next door, Julie (Haley Bennett) they discover a mysterious padlocked door underneath their house. Upon unlocking the numerous locks on the door they find a deep, dark hole. This hole will soon change their lives.
They discover that the hole is a deep portal to a dark world of horror. Being inquisitive young people they decide to see what is in the hole, but in doing so unleash some of the hole’s scariest mysteries.
From veteran Director Joe Dante (Gremlins) comes a family friendly comedy/horror film filled with adventure and excitement that will entertain the whole family.
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Remember series like "Are you afraid of the dark" and "Tales from the Crypt"? Well this is 'the movie'. It features kids, teenagers and their horrors. There are some semi-scary parts (scarier if you are not an adult), such as evil clown-dolls , little girls with awkward walking (no Fear/Ring though) and a (big) monster-man. Acting-wise the three actors are ok. Sometimes a bit typical types of roles, but never to stereotyped. And they are less whining than most adult horror stereotypes. The story is also ok. Not superb. A lot of questions remain. The Bluray simple. Nothing fancy, simple menu, basic package.
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