The Haunting: Why The 1999 Movie Bombed With Audiences & Critics
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Jan de Bont's 1999 paranormal horror movie The Haunting was poorly received by fans and critics upon its release. While it had the potential to live up to its source material, it largely failed in ways that would've ensured its success. Here's why The Haunting bombed with fans and critics. Adapted from Shirley Jackson's 1959 gothic horror novel The Haunting Of Hill House, it follows Eleanor "Nell" Vance (Lili Taylor), who joins a group of paranormal researchers to uncover the secrets of Hill House. Liam Neeson (Dr. David Marrow), Owen Wilson (Luke Sanderson), and Catherine Zeta-Jones (Theodora "Theo") star alongside Taylor. The Haunting was the second of three official adaptations of Jackson's influential novel with the first being the 1963 movie The Haunting.More...

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