What Lies Beneath (2000)


The movie What Lies Beneath (2000) is a supernatural horror film directed by Robert Zemeckis and starring Harrison Ford and Michelle Pfeiffer. It follows a housewife who believes her home is haunted by a vengeful spirit.

The movie What Lies Beneath (2000) introduces Claire and Norman Spencer, an affluent Vermont couple adjusting to life after their daughter leaves for college. Claire begins hearing voices and witnessing eerie manifestations in her house. She also suspects the ghost has some connection to the missing girl next door.

As paranormal events escalate, Claire starts to suspect her husband is hiding secrets about the house’s history. She discovers Norman had an affair with the neighbor, who mysteriously vanished a year before. Now the ghost seeks justice for her murder by driving Claire to uncover the truth.


  • Harrison Ford as Norman Spencer
  • Michelle Pfeiffer as Claire Spencer
  • Miranda Otto as Mary Feur
  • James Remar as Warren Feur
  • Joe Morton as Dr. Drayton


  • Harrison Ford reportedly took a significant pay cut to star.
  • The bath scenes were achieved through visual effects and props.
  • Made on a budget of $100 million.
  • Rated PG-13 for intense thematic material, some violence and brief sexuality.



  1. Wikipedia
  2. IMDb
  3. The 100 Best Ghost Movies of All Time – Rotten Tomatoes
Last updated byAnonymous on October 29, 2023