The Diary of Ellen Rimbauer2003
The Diary of Ellen Rimbauer (2003)
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as Ellen Rimbauer
as John Rimbauer
as Connie Posey
as Doug Posey
as Madame Lu
as Adam Rimbauer
as April (age 7)
as Adam (age 6)
as Jack Finney
as Head Butler
as Party Guest
as Tea Drinker
as Tea Drinker
as Older Maid
as Tribal Heart-Stopper
Critic Reviews for The Diary of Ellen Rimbauer
While the special effects in the three-part ''Rose Red'' made the house seem a cavernous enigma, the two-hour ''Diary'' (with little in the way of visual effects, special or otherwise) makes the place feel about as interesting as a suburban colonial.
The project is an elegantly staged and crisp haunted house primer that could have easily popped up as an A&E production or, minus a few gimmicks, even on PBS.
"The Diary of Ellen Rimbauer" managed to stun this critic by being substantially more dreadful that the original, and offensive to boot.
Anything associated with King should affect viewers on some emotional level. The only emotion prompted by "Diary" is boredom.
"Diary" isn't really scary or even creepy. And what's the use of a horror movie that isn't horrifying?
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