In this chilling modern ghost story, a couple moves to a sleepy rural town where they’re haunted by the vengeful spirits of the family that was murdered in their house.
We Are Still Here
After their teenage son is killed in a car crash, Paul and Anne move to the New England countryside to try to start a new life. But the grieving couple unknowingly becomes the prey of a family of vengeful spirits that reside in their new home, and before long they discover that the seemingly peaceful town is hiding a terrifyingly dark secret. Now they must find a way to overcome their sorrow and fight back against both the living and dead as the malicious ghosts threaten to pull their souls – and the soul of their lost son – into hell with them. From the producers of The House Of The Devil and Cheap Thrills, WE ARE STILL HERE is a tense, frightening, and thoroughly haunting ghost story.
StudioDark Sky Films
Duration1 h 23 min
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44 critic reviews
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Minneapolis Star Tribune
9/3/2015 by Colin Covert
"We Are Still Here" has a long, slow fuse that sets off a wallop of a climax.
8/21/2015 by Frank Scheck
Showcasing juicy performances by its actors who tear into their stock roles with admirable conviction, the film looks terrific.
6/5/2015 by Glenn Kenny
More than a mere homage, "We Are Still Here" is the kind of movie you wish you could take back in time with you and project in your favorite 42nd Street grindhouse.
Los Angeles Times
6/4/2015 by Robert Abele
Once "We Are Still Here" unsticks itself from hommage mode, it finds something cathartically funny inside the fearsome.
New York Times
6/4/2015 by Helen T. Verongos
"We Are Still Here" will make you scream and make you laugh, and possibly leave you speechlessly gesticulating at a charred zombielike ghost in the background. But the peak moments are too few ...
6/4/2015 by Alex McLevy
We Are Still Here is the latest iteration of people unwittingly stumbling upon an ancient menace, and it succeeds more than it fails, thanks largely to the nice work of first-time director Ted Geoghegan.
6/3/2015 by Chris Nashawaty
Geoghegan's directorial debut has enough decent scares to push it past pastiche.
6/3/2015 by Rex Reed
The haunted house genre has been done to death (pardon the pun) but this one has some genuine chills. The plotting is aggressive.
6/2/2015 by Rob Staeger
Early scenes overplay the shock of these phantasms, but just as you expect Geoghegan to crank up the effects, the film mixes in some subtler scares.
3/19/2015 by Dennis Harvey
The lumbering ghouls are a bit too hokey to be taken seriously as objects of terror. But they fit into a general thematic and design scheme that faithfully echoes a seminal era's often garish horror convention
11/17/2018 by David Keyes
There is a skill working through the frames of director Ted Geoghegan's debut opus, providing us with enough allure and tension to more than make up for the maddening uncertainty.
The Film Stage
2/23/2016 by Bill Graham
Geoghegan shows a healthy love of gore as he smears the quiet landscape with red.
1/6/2016 by Heather Wixson
A wonderfully weird, gory and full of heart and poignancy, We Are Still Here is an assured and well-crafted debut from Geoghegan that's clearly a heartfelt love letter embracing what genre fans enjoy most about horror movies.
12/31/2015 by Jamie Graham
Those who can spot a Fulci reference will likely embrace this creepy, bloody haunted house movie more than mainstream viewers. But if you like your horror, it's a treat.
12/31/2015 by Joel Harley
A love letter to Fulci and the Italian masters, this retro horror tale recalls his House by the Cemetery by way of Sam Raimi's Evil Dead.
Eye for Film
12/31/2015 by Jennie Kermode
Full of smart and not always subtle references to horror film classics, especially those of European origin, and to New England literature, We Are Still Here is a treat for educated fans.
Matt's Movie Reviews
10/25/2015 by Matthew Pejkovic
Geoghegan does a great job in keeping the tension high, teasing his ghastly ghosts with escalating bouts of gore infested violence to make We Are Still Here a film that will satisfy both haunted house and gore horror fans.
10/22/2015 by Eric D. Snider
Offers a few good scares and some moments of high tension... Leads to a raucous and bloody finale.
10/22/2015 by Chuck Bowen
Just in time for Halloween: a beautiful transfer of an underrated, confidently directed haunted-house thriller.
10/7/2015 by Valeriy Kolyadych
Geoghegan manages to craft a film that works both as a modern horror film and as a love letter to the kinds of films he grew up with.
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