Max Thieriot launched a low-key career with his big-screen debut, a starring role in Catch That Kid, back in 2004. Since then he’s gone on to make indie hits like Chloe and bigger titles like the teleportation epic Jumper.
Lately, you can catch him kissing Jennifer Lawrence in the new thriller House at…
House at the End of the Street director Mark Tonderai set out to cast not a classic beauty for the lead role for his sophomore directorial, but a young woman that looked like someone we might recognize from our own life.
What he found was Jennifer Lawrence, before she became The Hunger Games star she’s known today.
There are probably worse films than House at the End of the Street, but there are really none more awful.
A soulless, uncreative, cliché-laden anger generator disguised as a horror thriller, Mark Tonderai’s film undermines itself at every turn and infuriates its audience.
That a distinction exists between the general mediocrity…