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To Let

TV-MA 2006 1h 8m Horror List
Reviews 53% Audience Score 250+ Ratings
A strange building becomes a sinister trap for a man (Adrià Collado) and his pregnant wife (Macarena Gómez). Read More Read Less
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Audience Member This is one of the films of six films to keep awake. Its a good film , it was well acted and the disturbing scenes were the most convincing I've seen in a while. So for this being one of the good films out there, I give this movie a C. Rated 3 out of 5 stars 04/25/19 Full Review Audience Member "Stories to keep you awake" was a legendary Spanish TV series that told independent suspense / horror stories every week. As of 2006, some Spanish media have joined resources to produce a follow-up in the shape of six direct-to-DVD films, directed by some of the most popular Spanish film directors. "Para entrar a vivir" is helmed by Jaume Balagueró, director of "The Nameless", "Darkness" and "Fragile". The film is about a young couple who are looking for a new home. The man finds an interesting ad in his mailbox and they both drive to the suburbs. The building is almost derelict, and the efforts of the seller (Nuria Gonzalez) to calm down the couple fail miserably. Immediately, she knocks down the man and ties down the woman. The nightmare has just begun. Coming from Balagueró I expected yet another rendition of the haunted place story, but surprisingly Balagueró goes for an Argento-style psycho thriller and succeeds. The visuals may not be as polished as Argento's (after the failure of "Darkness" Balagueró has turned to a more barebones style), but the tension and the gore are certainly there. 4 Stars 5-9-14 Rated 4 out of 5 stars 01/23/23 Full Review Audience Member A very strong start to what could've been an incredible movie, but as it progresses the novelty continues to wear away until it comes to an oddly filmed silly ending. Rated 2.5 out of 5 stars 01/19/23 Full Review Audience Member Not really good, not really bad just enough to appreciate the vibe, and to be disappointed about the story. Wich could be really awesome if Jaume Balagueró explains more of that psychotic killer intention's. Rated 2.5 out of 5 stars 01/23/23 Full Review Audience Member Para Entrer a Vivir (Jaume Balaguero, 2006) Jaume Balaguero is the [co-]director of record for [REC] and [REC] 2 with Paco Plaza. But the more I see of Balaguero's Plaza-less work, the more I think Plaza is a âco-directorâ? in the same way Dario Argento was a âco-directorâ? on Demons (anyone who's seen Lamberto Bava's woeful sequel, on which he flew soloâ"or, for that matter, any other Lamberto Bava filmâ"knows full well Argento was the only guy whose word carried any weight behind the camera on Demons). And while I am willing to rush to add that Para Entrer a Vivir (released in English-speaking countries as To Let), a made-for-TV film in the Stories to Keep You Up at Night series, is by far my favorite Plaza-less Balaguero filmâ"it is leagues better than Fragile, which was orders of magnitude better than Darknessâ" that is not the same as saying To Let is a good movie, especially when compared to the other series entry I've had a chance to catch, de la Iglesia's The Baby's Room (q.v.). Plot: Clara (Dagon's Macarena Gomez) and her boyfriend Mario (Evita's Adrio Collado) are on the verge of starting a family and are looking for a bigger apartment on a tight budget. This has them driving into some rather rough neighborhoods looking for a new place. So when they get to a building that's rounded by barbed wire and high walls, things don't really seem all that weird yet. But it becomes pretty evident soon after they meet the landlady (Fish People's Nuria Gonzalez) that there's more going on under the hood here. Telling you more than that would probably be considered spoilers, but when it comes right down to it, you've probably already guessed most of what happens in this movie, because you've seen it in other, better films. Which makes it a relatively enjoyable distraction, but not something you should feel the need to seek out; worth sticking around for if you stumble across it on late-night TV, but don't set the DVR if you're not going to be home. *** Rated 3 out of 5 stars 02/11/23 Full Review Audience Member excelente! de lo mejor que vi en mi vida de terror Rated 5 out of 5 stars 01/29/23 Full Review Read all reviews
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Synopsis A strange building becomes a sinister trap for a man (Adrià Collado) and his pregnant wife (Macarena Gómez).
Jaume Balagueró
Jaume Balagueró, Alberto Marini
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Original Language
European Spanish
Release Date (Streaming)
Jan 1, 2010
1h 8m
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