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Format: Blu-Ray DVD
Sku: 210878429
UPC: 097361431741
UPC 14: 00097361431741
Category Keywords: Ghosts  Remake  Theatrical Release
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Fear Moves In.
From the producers of The Ring and Disturbia comes a nail-biting thriller, The Uninvited. Following the suspicious death of their mother, sisters Anna and Alex become entangled in a deadly battle of wills when their father becomes engaged to Rachel, their mother's former caretaker. As the two sisters investigate Rachel's questionable past, they are confronted with ghostly visions, terrifying nightmares and deadly consequences. All leading to an ending so shocking it "will send chills down your spine!" --Pete Hammond,

"A stylish horror thriller in the vein of The Ring, it's well-acted, frightening and handsomely produced.  Claudia Puig, USA Today
"A truly frightening movie experience with a shocker of an ending.  Pete Hammond,
"...a nice throwback to the days when scary movies featured pretty good actors, a plot that holds together and a couple of creepy-looking ghost kids.  Peter Hartlaub, San Francisco Chronicle
"The Uninvited gets under your skin.  Roger Ebert, Chicago Sun-Times
"With visual nods to Stanley Kubrick's "The Shining"...[it] doesn't startle and shock so much as it lulls you into a series of unsettling, hallucinogenic set pieces.  Steven Rea, Philadelphia Inquirer

Editor's Note
They say you can never go home again...because you never know when the ghosts of murders past are waiting to shatter the present. Such is the case in THE UNINVITED, an eerie and not-so-family-friendly entry in Hollywood?s ongoing fascination with remaking Asian horror films. Based on the South Korean chiller A TALE OF TWO SISTERS, the film first introduces us to troubled teen Anna (Emily Browning) as she prepares to be released from a psychiatric institution. Having witnessed the accidental death of her ailing mother, and having been saved from a subsequent suicide attempt, Anna knows that the road to recovery will be long and bumpy. Making the path more treacherous is the presence of Rachel (Elizabeth Banks), the mother?s nursemaid who has now become Anna?s father?s soon-to-be wife. Already bound by their resentment of her, Anna and older sister, Alex (Arielle Kebbel), come to suspect Rachel of foul play when Anna is visited by the ghost of their dead mother. But as Anna and Alex prepare to reveal who Rachel really is, a more terrifying truth threatens to emerge and destroy the family forever. Directed by the Guard Brothers (Charles and Thomas), THE UNINVITED benefits from a strong mix of both established and up-and-coming actors. The result is a briskly paced tale of revenge that will leave viewers guessing until the final, fatal twist, and prove the validity of that other old saying: Every family has a skeleton (or more) in its closet.


Video Features Widescreen, English, No Longer Produced

Technical Info

Release Information
Video Mfg Name Studio: Paramount
Video Release Date Release Date: 9/4/2012
Video Play Time Running Time: 87 minutes
Video Release Year Original Release Date: 2009
Video CategoryId Catalog ID: 143174
Video UPC UPC: 00097361431741
Video Number of Discs Number of Discs: 1

Audio & Video
Video Audio Spec Available Audio Tracks:
Video Color Spec Video: Color

Aspect Ratio
Video Aspect Ratio Widescreen  1.85:1

Cast & Crew

Video Cast Info David Strathairn
Video Cast Info Elizabeth Banks
Video Cast Info Arielle Kebbel
Video Cast Info Emily Browning
Video Cast Info Tom Pollock - Executive Producer
Video Cast Info Daniel Landin - Director of Photography
Video Cast Info Christopher Young - Composer
Video Cast Info Carlo Bernard - Screenwriter
Video Cast Info Michael Grillo - Executive Producer
Video Cast Info Walter F. Parkes - Producer
Video Cast Info Roy Lee - Producer
Video Cast Info Laurie MacDonald - Producer
Video Cast Info Doug Davison - Executive Producer
Video Cast Info Doug Miro - Screenwriter
Video Cast Info Craig Rosenberg - Screenwriter
Video Cast Info Ivan Reitman - Executive Producer
Video Cast Info The Guard Brothers - Director

Professional Reviews

Chicago Sun-Times
"[A] well-crafted film....THE UNINVITED begins with a classically Freudian situation....When a movie like this is done well, it's uncommon. THE UNINVITED is done well." 01/28/2009

USA Today
"A stylish horror thriller in the vein of THE RING, it's well-acted, frightening and handsomely produced." 01/30/2009

Washington Post
"First-time directors Thomas and Charles Guard give the action a glossy polish and a properly measured pace. They also maintain the right narrative balance." 01/30/2009

ReelViews 8 of 10
The temptation is to think this: Just what we need - another PG-13 remake of an Asian horror film. These come along so frequently that they have become more like punch lines to bad jokes than serious cinematic endeavors. Not so fast, though. The Uninvited may initially seem like a clone, but it's not. It attempts to break the mold and branch out in unexpected directions. Whether or not it succeeds will depend largely on individual preference. The film's resolution is anything but airtight and there are some potholes along the route it travels to get there, but it makes the experience of sitting in a theater more enjoyable than one might suspect given the history of other movies in this inexplicably popular subgenre...The Uninvited gets a lot of mileage out of setting up certain expectations then using them against the audience. It doesn't always play fair but the results show daring and place storytelling above the tired horror practice of wallowing in stock cliches and atrocious dialogue. Unfortunately, the elements that elevate the film over the umpteen other Asian remakes are the aspects most likely to cause a portion of the target audience to decry the movie...The Uninvited is a flawed production, but gratifying in the way it delivers. The interesting and unique elements of the movie effectively compensate for the formulaic way in which the plot develops. The film looks better in hindsight than it does while it's unfolding, although one could argue that there's a whiff of contrivance about its hook. Some people won't buy what The Guard Brothers are selling. Others will feel cheated. Others (like me) will smile in recognition of what they accomplish and the skill with which the deception is delivered. In the subgenre of PG-13 Asian horror remakes, this stands near the pinnacle. - James Berardinelli 5 of 10
"The Uninvited," a horror-thriller that's neither horrifying nor thrilling, is the debut feature by the Guard brothers, Charles and Thomas, an English duo whose previous credits include several shorts made with the actress Lena Headey. The picture is ostensibly a remake of South Korean filmmaker Ji-woon Kim's 2003 "A Tale of Two Sisters," an elegant, haunting picture that is, unfortunately, now out of print and a bit difficult to find (although I urge you to seek it out, if only so you can explain to me what the hell the stuff toward the end means -- "Sisters" is a creepy and poetic piece of work, if not a particularly coherent one). "The Uninvited" doesn't, of course, have the same creepy glow as its inspiration: Instead of making allusions, it offers up specifics. Lots of stuff jumps out at us in "The Uninvited." At one point we catch a glimpse of a spooky, unseen something in a dark corner, but in the context of the rest of the movie's obviousness, the eerie indirectness of that moment just seems like a mistake...This is your standard, straight-up mainstream supernatural entertainment, although, to its credit, it's low on gore and sadism. What's more, its plot (the script is by Craig Rosenberg, Doug Miro and Carlo Bernard) pretty much makes sense, in a hallucinatory kind of way...As is generally the case with Hollywood movies that use Asian horror films as their inspiration, the Guard brothers seem to have glanced at the original, borrowed a few images and then made the movie according to some preconceived template of what makes audiences jump -- instead of burrowing into the stuff that haunts our dreams. Banks, whose character is a nurse, gets a speech about having served her time wiping the bums of elderly patients. But that's about as close to scary as "The Uninvited" gets. - Stephanie Zacharek

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