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    The Uninvited

    Anna Rydell returns home to her sister Alex after a stint in a mental hospital, though her recovery is jeopardized thanks to her cruel stepmother, aloof father, and the presence of a ghost in their home.
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  • Actors of "The Uninvited"

  • Characters of "The Uninvited"

    Bae Soo-mi. Character of The Uninvited
    Played by: Emily Browning
    Bae Soo-yeon. Character of The Uninvited
    Played by: Arielle Kebbel
    Bae Moo-hyeon. Character of The Uninvited
    R. Character of The Uninvited
    Mom. Character of The Uninvited
    Played by: Maya Massar
    Sheriff Emery. Character of The Uninvited
    Played by: Kevin McNulty
    Matt. Character of The Uninvited
    Played by: Jesse Moss
    Dr. Silberling. Character of The Uninvited
    Mr. Henson. Character of The Uninvited
    Played by: Don S. Davis
    Iris. Character of The Uninvited
    Played by: Lex Burnham
    David. Character of The Uninvited
    Samuel. Character of The Uninvited
    Played by: Danny Bristol
    Priest. Character of The Uninvited
    Played by: Alf Humphreys
    Orderly #1. Character of The Uninvited
    Played by: Ryan Cowie
  • Directors of "The Uninvited"

    Charles Guard. Director of The Uninvited
    Charles Guard
    Thomas Guard. Director of The Uninvited
    Thomas Guard
  • Creators of "The Uninvited"

    Craig Rosenberg. Director of The Uninvited
    Craig Rosenberg
    Birthdate: 1965, Australia
    Doug Miro. Director of The Uninvited
    Doug Miro
  • Critic Reviews of "The Uninvited"

    Roger Moore Orlando Sentinel
    May 13, 2009

    An effective blend of thriller and horror.

    Nigel Floyd Time Out
    April 24, 2009

    As in the original, the film slyly manipulates the audience's perspective, and a brilliantly filmed climactic 'reveal' marks this British duo as a pair to watch.

    Scott Tobias AV Club
    January 30, 2009

    It's a slick, bloodless affair that's neither as suggestive as the classic general-audiences ghost stories of the past, nor as intense as a hard-R would allow it to be.

    Wesley Morris Boston Globe
    January 30, 2009

    The Uninvited is a mess of styles and stolen ideas, including a plot twist that would make M. Night Shyamalan roll his eyes and dialogue straight from a CW scene generator.

    Stephen Farber Hollywood Reporter
    January 30, 2009

    In truth it's just a gimmicky thriller that doesn't play fair with the audience.

    Kara Nesvig Minneapolis Star Tribune
    January 30, 2009

    Cheap thrills and a gimmicky twist at the climax keep The Uninvited in the realm of the subpar horror movie.

    Steve Newton Georgia Straight
    February 15, 2013

    The only genuinely startling moments come via the deafening sound effects that accompany a large roast hitting the floor and Anna scraping metal hangers along a clothing rack.

    Ali Gray
    September 29, 2012

    It's not original, it's not especially clever and the twist won't make you want to watch it again, but hey - at least it wasn't The Unborn.

    Ben Kenigsberg Time Out Chicago
    April 20, 2012

    The Uninvited may strike even viewers who don't know the original as disarmingly familiar.

    Dave White
    April 04, 2011

    This is one of those "gotcha!" movies where nothing you see can be believed.

    Mike Edwards What Culture
    March 13, 2011

    Take a 'concept', strip it bare of all layers of meaning, remake it with added genre cliches and scantily clad American teens in order to a 'wider audience'. Voila.

    Fernando F. Croce CinePassion
    August 26, 2009

    As far as PG-13 Americanizations of Asian shockers go, it's about 70 percent passable

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