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Eric Brainard 1 year ago
Predictable or not this is still a fun ride. Some nice creepy parts. They will get you.
Mahri Skulls almost 2 years ago
Great story with believable characters and a lot of unexpected greatness -not the usual BS
Michael Cole 2 years ago
Predicted the ending as soon as the father was introduced
Austin almost 3 years ago
A promise of better things to come from Wan, but still not very good.
Damian Campo 4 years ago
Nice film with an outstanding ending.
Bethan 4 years ago
Would never have predicted the twist in a million years (and the music is amazing)
Christopher Carrig 4 years ago
I'm a sucker for haunted doll movies, so this one's a guilty pleasure for me.
Jay Jones 5 years ago
Love the story of this and the twist at the end. If you pay attention, you might get it
Kakra over 6 years ago
6/10
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Scott Hume 3 years ago
Dead Silence (originally titled Shhhh... and Silence, with alternate title suggestions such as The Doll and Mary Shaw) is a 2007 horror film, directed by James Wan and written by Leigh Whannell, the creators of Saw. The film stars Ryan Kwanten as the main protagonist, Jamie Ashen, Judith Roberts as Mary Shaw, Donnie Wahlberg as Detective Jim Lipton, and Amber Valletta as Jamie's fathers third wife, Ella. Jamie Ashen (Ryan Kwanten) and his wife, Lisa (Laura Regan), receive a mysterious ventriloquist doll in the mail, 'Billy', in an unmarked package with no return address. Jamie and Lisa wonder who would have sent the doll. Lisa then remembers a poem she knew when she was younger, about a woman named Mary Shaw. Jamie disregards this and leaves to get dinner; Jamie returns to discover Lisa is dead with her tongue ripped out, and Billy is lying on the floor near her body. Detective Jim Lipton (Donnie Wahlberg) suspects Jamie of the murder, but there is no evidence against him. Jamie...
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