House renovations have always been the perfect setting for something bad to happen; secrets are easily uncovered between the walls, old rumours about dead bodies come true and stress that breaks minds comes to fruition. It’s a trope that has long been used in horror films, but in modern times it seems to have become a little under appreciated, without the mention of one film that did this incredibly well; Mother! With that said, the premise for Girl On The Third Floor felt strong before it even started, but a loss of direction and a strange tone of misogyny throughout leaves Travis Stevens’ film never quite hitting the mark.

Find out why this was another disappointment of Frightfest by reading the rest of the review over on Jumpcut Online!

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