With dozens of new low budget horrors being release each month, you would think the directors would start putting in more effort, maybe push the boundaries a bit more, and try to come up with something original. Well, if you are naive enough to believe that . . . .
'Lizzie' is a textbook example of a failed low-budget American horror; unoriginal story-line, irritating and over the top performances, lack of direction and above all else. . . IT'S BOOOOOOOOORING!
The story revolves around a self involved drama queen and her cheating boyfriend who move into a house, which soon turns out to be haunted by the ghost of a young girl. Very little happens throughout, and within the first 10 minutes of the film you may very well find yourself hoping for the two lead characters to get brutally dispatched, just so you don't have to listen to their incessant whining for any longer.
If you like originality, tension and a touch of class to your horror films, avoid this stinking pile of crap at all costs. Lizzie is another nail in the coffin of US horror cinema.