The Girl Next Door (2007)
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Based on the Jack Ketchum novel of the same name, The Girl Next Door follows the unspeakable torture and abuses committed on a teenage girl in the care of her aunt...and the boys who witness and fail to report the crime.
In this town murder became the neighborhood game
Also Known As:
Jack Ketchum's The Girl Next Door
Title: Girl Next Door, The
Release Date: October 03, 2007
Runtime: 91 mins
All Genres: Crime, Drama, Horror, Thriller
IMDB Rating: 7.0
Buried.com Rating: 8 - (Rate This Horror Movie at Buried.com)
Category: Horror Movies Starting With G
MPAA Rating: R
MPAA Rating Reason:
Rated R for sadistic torture and sexual abuse, nudity, language and strong sexual dialogue - all involving children.
Blythe Auffarth ...Meg Loughlin
Daniel Manche ...David Moran
Blanche Baker ...Ruth Chandler
Grant Show ...Mr. Moran
Graham Patrick Martin ...Willie Chandler Jr.
Benjamin Ross Kaplan ...Donny Chandler
Austin Williams ...Ralphie 'Woofer' Chandler
William Atherton ...Adult David
Kevin Chamberlin ...Officer Jennings
Dean Faulkenberry ...Kenny
Gabrielle Howarth ...Cheryl Robinson
Spenser Leigh ...Denise Crocker
Catherine Mary Stewart ...Mrs. Moran
Peter Stickles ...EMT
Madeline Taylor ...Susan Loughlin
Michael Zegen ...Eddie
Jennifer Alexander ...Girl at concession stand
Jack Ketchum ...Carnival worker
Mark Margolis ...Bum hit by car
Joseph B. Mauceri
William M. Miller
Andrew van den Houten
More Movie Taglines:
- In this town murder became the neighborhood game
- Inspired By Actual Events
- [first lines] Charlie Franklin: [on David's voice mail] Hey David, it's Charlie Franklin calling to say Happy Birthday. Sorry I couldn't get those tickets, man. I know you were counting on me, but my brother-in-law's in town. I'll give you a call next week, and maybe we can get together. Okay, have a good birthday. Take care.
Adult David: You think you know about pain? Talk to my second wife. When she was nineteen she got between a couple of fighting cats, and one of them went at her, climbed her like a tree, tore gashes out of her thighs and breasts and belly that you can still see today. She got thirty stitches and a fever that lasted for days. My second wife says that's pain. She doesn't know shit, that woman.
Ruth Chandler: One sound down here and I promise I'll kill the both of you. Not just punish you, kill you. Dead.
Ruth Chandler: You've probably got the clap now, but nevermind. They've got cures these days.
[last lines] Adult David: The past catches up to you, whether you like it or not. It can be a gift or a curse if you let it. I will never forget the gift of Meg Loughlin, though I am plagued with the torment of failing again, failing somebody. But as she taught me, it's what you do last that counts.
- In the backyard tent scene where the boys are looking at the Playboy magazine, they refer to 1950's actress and pinup girl Carroll Baker, the real-life mother of actress Blanche Baker, who portrays Ruth Chandler in this movie.
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Abuse, Torture, Teenage Girl, Loss Of Friend, Mutilation ...[more]
Rating: 8.0 out of 10.0 - 60 votes cast total