"It was an evil house from the beginning, a house that was born bad." The place is the 90-year-old mansion called Hill House. No one lives there. Or so it seems. But please do come in. Because even if you don't believe in ghosts, there's no denying the terror of The Haunting.
Robert Wise returned to psychological horror for this much admired, first screen adaptation of Shirley Jackson's The Haunting Of Hill House. Four people come to the house to study its supernatural phenomena. Or has the house drawn at least one of the them to it? The answer will unnerve you in this "elegantly sinister scare movie. It's good fun" (Pauline Kael, 5001 Nights At The Movies).