I took in We Are Still Here the other day; kind of a tough one to review. Without giving away too much of the plot, it started out with very classic storylines, and an interesting take on the typical 'haunted house' movie, but midway through it quickly diverted to something else, and then completely lost its tracks. By the end, the nonsensical plot development left one straining to allow it any more, even with some forgiving logic that you afford horror films. It had so much potential for 'old school horror' that just went to nothing. I really am not sure if this was the intent, or if they just lost it during in production and had to wrap it all up somehow. Essentially at the end it falters completely, and while I respect what I think they were trying to do and build on, ultimately it descends into tired tropes and leaves you disappointed. Some reviewers (particularly those of the 'younger' horror generation) I think might complain about a slow first half, wooden acting, bad lines, etc. - but I think this is actually where it is most effective, in being a throwback to 70s/80s horror, intentionally. It is not about 'sitting through the first hour' at all, to see the gore/killing; that is the best it offers (to me). Where it goes wrong is not leading to anything or providing you a memorable movie experience. It lacks the depth and a strong plot (or any climax), and in doing so squanders the benefit of its built up atmosphere and style. Not a terrible movie, worth giving a go to, but nothing to make it stand out - which is unfortunate, given how it started - and not really something I feel I would revisit. I think the split reviews are from it straddling two camps - but never meeting either effectively. Fans of old horror will find some things to enjoy in it, and fans of quick, mindless, graphic deaths may also get a little bit out of it, but I found it too disjointed overall, and would have developed the movie more.