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The Other Side of the DoorMaria becomes consumed with guilt after losing her son Oliver in a tragic accident. When she visits a remote temple to contact her deceased son, Maria unwittingly opens the door to the undead, which causes Oliver's restless spirit to return home and haunt the rest of his family.Genre: HorrorCountry: United States, United KingdomDuration: 96 minQuality: HDRelease: 2016IMDb: 5.3Keywords:
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Directors of "The Other Side of the Door"Johannes RobertsBirthdate: 24 May 1976, Cambridge, England, UK
Creators of "The Other Side of the Door"Johannes RobertsBirthdate: 24 May 1976, Cambridge, England, UKErnest RieraBirthdate: 27 July 1977, Catalonia, Spain
Critic Reviews of "The Other Side of the Door"RogerEbert.comMarch 04, 2016
It might be trying to make a point. If so, it sure is hard to hear it over the noisy screeches and cheap jump scares.Entertainment WeeklyMarch 04, 2016
Like all the best horror, The Other Side of the Door is concerned not just with what freaks us out on a gut level, but the deeply-repressed anxieties that truly terrify us.Time OutMarch 01, 2016
So tasteless in its depiction of India that it makes 'Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom' look like a triumph of racial awareness.Hollywood ReporterFebruary 29, 2016
Along with writing partner Ernest Riera, Roberts pilfers odds and ends of Hindu religious practices and folklore to construct a middling ghost story that traces a vaguely Gothic outline, only to follow a wearyingly derivative trajectory.VarietyFebruary 24, 2016
The type of sporadically silly and patently predictable horror pic that would look like filler on Syfy's weekend lineup, "The Other Side of the Door" brings virtually nothing new to the supernatural genre.TheWrapFebruary 23, 2016
There is Conjuring-style haunting. There's a creepy piano that plays itself. And there is an annoyingly liberal use of horror's cheapest gimmick, the jump-scare.Daily DeadDecember 21, 2016
The Other Side of the Door ended up being an enjoyable viewing experience due to Roberts' ability to manipulate familiar tropes and give them a proper twist.RTÉ (Ireland)July 19, 2016
Even the most forgiving of horror fans may find it hard to locate something good in this turkey.Vanguardia (Mexico)May 16, 2016
You can notice some effort in this film, but ultimately ends up being a product passing indifferent to us. [Full review in Spanish]Cinemanía (Spain)May 12, 2016
Feels like a horror genre cliche compilation: the family with the tragic past, the exotic location, and something forbidden that will atract the horrors of the night. [Full review in Spanish]ReformaMay 10, 2016
It is an unfortunate mix of other horror films and it wastes a very interesting story with serious narrative problems. [Full review in Spanish]
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