House Movie Download

House YTS

Action / Drama / Horror / Thriller
1 hr 28 min

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Plot Summary:
Trying to recover from the nearly marriage-breaking stress following the death of their child, Jack (Reynaldo Rosales) and Stephanie (Heidi Dippold) spontaneously take off on a road trip. But when their car breaks down in a remote area, they find themselves in a horrific nightmare. Seeking shelter in a house, they soon realize that more danger lurks inside than outside in this spine-chiller based on Ted Dekker and Frank Peretti’s best-seller.
Robby Henson
Top Cast
Lance Henriksen as Tin Man

Julie Ann Emery as Leslie Taylor

Michael Madsen as Tin Man / Officer

Bill Moseley as Stewart

House 2008 720p.BluRay

716.67 MB
English 2.0

23.976 fps
1 hr 28 min
Seeds 1.

House 2008 1080p.BluRay

1.41 GB
English 2.0

23.976 fps
1 hr 28 min
Seeds 4.

House review

Reviewed by Coventry

4 / 10

Ding Dong, Déjà-Vu
Okay, according to most of the reviews I’ve encountered as well as the description on the back of the rental DVD, “House” is a prime example of a Catholic horror movie. I have no idea what that means, so let’s just ignore that, shall we? To me, “House” is just another standard Haunted House outing – like there are thirteen in a dozen – and not a very terrific one, for that matter. Probably the Catholic aspect relates to the fact the titular house is occupied by people that are purely evil and that the entering victims are to be punished for the sins they committed in their pasts. That may be so, but if that is the case then “House” definitely isn’t the first Christian movie even made and the book on which the film is based – written by Ted Dekker and Frank Peretti – probably wasn’t the first in its kind, either. Anyway, I really can’t claim “House” is an unendurable film. The pacing is good, the scenery and filming locations provide a handful of genuinely creepy moments and the cast contains a few names that certainly appeal to all horror-loving audiences (like Bill Moseley and Michael Madsen). To story on itself isn’t too bad, neither, just derivative and very predictable. A continuously bickering couple on their way to marriage counseling get an accident off-road and stranded in a mysterious and ominous looking mansion. Together with another stranded couple, they acquaint the creepy hillbilly owners and learn about the legendary Tin Man who is said to terrorize whoever enters the place. The couples receive the message they either have to deliver one corpse or they will all die before sunrise, but the house also holds more surprises for them in store. Through visions and hallucinations, the reluctant tenants are confronted with crimes they committed or accidents they caused in their pasts. The film contains surprisingly little gore and practically no sleaze. The house itself looks utter cool and it’s enough to photograph the place from several different angles in order to raise the suspense. Apparently “House” was entirely filmed in Poland, so don’t go looking around to find it. Michael Madsen and Leslie Easterhook extremely overact, whilst Bill Moseley is his good old-fashioned maniacal self again. Not a bad film, just overly clichéd and forgettable.Read More

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