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The Visit

Imdb Code: 3567288

Year: 2015

Category: Mystery & Suspense, Horror

Release date: 2015-09-11

Director: Universal Pictures

Cast(s): Kathryn Hahn, Deanna Dunagan, Peter McRobbie, Ed Oxenbould, Olivia DeJonge, Benjamin Kanes

Character(s): Mom, Nana, Pop Pop, Tyler, Becca, Dad

Age restriction: 13

The terrifying story of a brother and sister who are sent to their grandparents' remote Pennsylvania farm for a weeklong trip. Once the children discover that the elderly couple is involved in something deeply disturbing, they see their chances of getting back home are growing smaller every day.

Last 34 Comments About The Visit Movie

  • Sara Stewart New York Post
    Sara Stewart (New York Post) / 9, 10 2017

    Dunagan and McRobbie have a blast in their respective roles, alternating between everyday grandparent oddities and behavior that wouldn't be out of place at the Overlook Hotel. And overall, the young duo makes an affable pair of narrators.

  • Tom Russo Boston Globe
    Tom Russo (Boston Globe) / 9, 10 2017

    A relentlessly tense journey into the bizarre, with jolts that linger and some nicely played melancholy. What's more, the movie is often surprisingly, wickedly funny .

  • Peter Hall New York Daily News
    Peter Hall (New York Daily News) / 9, 10 2017

    A messed-up fairy tale that often nails the sweet spot between scaring us and letting us laugh at how scared we are. It's crowd-pleasing horror, the kind that can push moviegoers to the edge of their seats and send them to the water cooler the next day.

  • Peter Travers Rolling Stone
    Peter Travers (Rolling Stone) / 9, 10 2017

    Not in the same league as The Sixth Sense, but Shyamalan ends a long dry spell with The Visit. No spoilers, except to say that cheap thrills can still be a blast.

  • Richard Roeper Chicago Sun-Times
    Richard Roeper (Chicago Sun-Times) / 9, 10 2017

    Alas, it's a dopey, only mildly chilling, uneasy mix of horror and dark comedy, scoring few points in either category.

  • Bruce Demara Toronto Star
    Bruce Demara (Toronto Star) / 9, 11 2017

    M. Night Shyamalan's latest film may well have been his last chance at redemption. Fortunately, he rises to the challenge and makes The Visit good, scary fun.

  • Randy Myers San Jose Mercury News
    Randy Myers (San Jose Mercury News) / 9, 09 2017

    Frightfully fun, with Shyamalan relentless toying with us and cramming in horror genre references.

  • Peter Hartlaub San Francisco Chronicle
    Peter Hartlaub (San Francisco Chronicle) / 9, 10 2017

    Much like Shyamalan's flawed/interesting films "Signs" and "The Village," the filmmaker promises more than he can deliver.

  • Moira MacDonald Seattle Times
    Moira MacDonald (Seattle Times) / 9, 10 2017

    It's creepy, sure, but not very enjoyable, basement or no.

  • James Rocchi TheWrap
    James Rocchi (TheWrap) / 9, 09 2017

    Startling but never terrifying, "The Visit" may make a little money, but it does not mark a return to long-lost greatness for Shyamalan. It's more of the same, presented on a smaller, cheaper canvas where you can see every flaw all the more clearly.

  • Randy Cordova Arizona Republic
    Randy Cordova (Arizona Republic) / 9, 10 2017

    A scary fun-house ride that expertly blends jittery tension and laugh-out-loud humor, it will make you forgive the filmmaker for such major time-wasters as "Lady in the Water," "After Earth" and "The Happening."

  • Brian Truitt USA Today
    Brian Truitt (USA Today) / 9, 10 2017

    The low-budget thriller deftly mixes horror-movie moments, pure strangeness and comedy like a family-friendly David Lynch effort as it takes audiences on one really oddball trip to grandma's house.

  • Brad Wheeler Globe and Mail
    Brad Wheeler (Globe and Mail) / 9, 11 2017

    I hear Hollywood whispers. I feel something is amiss. I see dead directorial reputations. And I smell a comeback.

  • Colin Covert Minneapolis Star Tribune
    Colin Covert (Minneapolis Star Tribune) / 9, 10 2017

    By remaining a smartly staged thriller rather than a formula shocker, it does quite well with precisely what it set out to do: play on all our fears like a Steinway grand piano.

  • Christopher Orr The Atlantic
    Christopher Orr (The Atlantic) / 9, 11 2017

    It is with some surprise-and perhaps even a hint of disappointment-that I must report that The Visit is merely mediocre and not the breathtaking calamity that we've come to anticipate from its author.

  • Ben Sachs Chicago Reader
    Ben Sachs (Chicago Reader) / 9, 10 2017

    [Shyamalan's] manipulation of tone is impressive - he gets you to laugh at the grandparents' strange behavior, only to shift gears into horror when you least expect it.

  • Steven Rea Philadelphia Inquirer
    Steven Rea (Philadelphia Inquirer) / 9, 10 2017

    Isn't the whole handheld "real-video" thing kind of old by now? Isn't the Shyamalanian-twist thing kind of old by now, too?

  • Tom Huddleston Time Out
    Tom Huddleston (Time Out) / 9, 09 2017

    The result is a bizarre, conflicted mess, horrifying when it's trying to be funny, oddly appealing when it turns the screws.

  • Ignatiy Vishnevetsky AV Club
    Ignatiy Vishnevetsky (AV Club) / 9, 10 2017

    Following a creative low period that found the director trying his hand at effects-driven fantasy and sci-fi, it can't help but come across as a comeback.

  • Alan Scherstuhl Village Voice
    Alan Scherstuhl (Village Voice) / 9, 09 2017

    The best studio horror flick in recent years, combining the but-what's-in-those-shadows? immersion of The Conjuring, James Wan's basement-wandering simulator, with the crack scripting and meta-cinematic surprises of Shyamalan's best early films.

  • Rene Rodriguez Miami Herald
    Rene Rodriguez (Miami Herald) / 9, 10 2017

    Here is a movie in which old people are scary because they're senile and icky and incontinent and do baffling things. And they're, you know, so old and wrinkly.

  • Wesley Morris Grantland
    Wesley Morris (Grantland) / 9, 11 2017

    It was fun watching this with a gasping and screaming audience. For horror-goers, the comparative competence must hit the spot. But there's nothing new here - and what I sensed for 94 minutes was compromise.

  • Stephen Whitty Newark Star-Ledger
    Stephen Whitty (Newark Star-Ledger) / 9, 11 2017

    While the production values are simple, the script is sneakily complex. Like the best horror merchants, Shyamalan exploits our secret fears - in this case, of old age, ill health and dementia.

  • Richard Brody New Yorker
    Richard Brody (New Yorker) / 9, 21 2017

    For all its intelligence and craft, M. Night Shyamalan's foray into the genre of found-footage horror has the feeling of homework done well.

  • David Edelstein New York Magazine/Vulture
    David Edelstein (New York Magazine/Vulture) / 9, 11 2017

    An unoriginal faux-doc horror picture that actually works like a demonic charm.

  • Michael Sragow Los Angeles Times
    Michael Sragow (Los Angeles Times) / 9, 10 2017

    The honorable tradition of American moviemakers wringing laughs and gasps from bucolic lunatics dates back to "Murder, He Says" (1945). Unfortunately, "The Visit" isn't part of it.

  • Manohla Dargis New York Times
    Manohla Dargis (New York Times) / 9, 10 2017

    The director M. Night Shyamalan has a fine eye and a nice, natural way with actors, and he has a talent for gently rap-rap-rapping on your nerves.

  • Tom Long Detroit News
    Tom Long (Detroit News) / 9, 11 2017

    There's undeniable fun in watching a couple of veteran actors get strange with two newcomers. "The Visit" may be worth one.

  • Geoff Berkshire Variety
    Geoff Berkshire (Variety) / 9, 24 2017

    Even if there's less chance the audience will burst out in fits of inappropriate chuckles, as was often the case in, say, "The Happening" or "Lady in the Water," Shyamalan still can't quite pull off the delicate tonal balance he's after.

  • Cary Darling Fort Worth Star-Telegram/
    Cary Darling (Fort Worth Star-Telegram/ / 9, 10 2017

    The Visit is lightweight and doesn't have the emotional resonance of The Sixth Sense, but it's a welcome return to form for a director who seemed doomed to a future of remembering better days.

  • Steve Tilley Toronto Sun
    Steve Tilley (Toronto Sun) / 9, 10 2017

    Fortunately, The Visit has a lot of (intentional!) laughs between the creepy bits and jump scares, and never takes itself too seriously.

  • James Berardinelli ReelViews
    James Berardinelli (ReelViews) / 9, 10 2017

    Despite a promising premise and effective "Shyamalan twist", this low-budget horror film still underwhelms.

  • Clark Collis Entertainment Weekly
    Clark Collis (Entertainment Weekly) / 9, 10 2017

    Suffice to say that the result is an effective scare machine and a semi-return to form for its creator.

  • Michael O'Sullivan Washington Post
    Michael O'Sullivan (Washington Post) / 9, 10 2017

    An effective if flawed psychological thriller, a modest campfire story with a solid, genuinely startling twist that is likely to restore the faith of some of [Shyamalan's] critics.


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