A grieving couple move to the countryside beyond New York to come to terms with their loss. But what they discover in their new home is they are not alone.
The house’s previous occupants have never left and seem intent on not only destroying the couple, but to even claim the soul of their late son for hell.
Starring Barbara Crampton and Andrew Sensenig, We Are Still Here is a good haunted house film that sets itself apart from films like the Conjuring or Amityville Horror by its visuals. The spirits are distinct looking with white eyes, but otherwise charred black with red and orange cracking through.
This design plays into a later reveal in the film that makes for a fine surprise. Larry Fessenden and Lisa Marie appear as friends who are believers in psychic phenomena, and this results in a solid performance from Fessenden as he attempts to communicate with the spirits.
We Are Still Here manages to be an effective and entertaining little film that deserves to be seen.