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The People Under the Stairs YTS
The People Under the Stairs YTS
1991
Action / Comedy / Horror / Mystery / Thriller
43
6.4/10
38.9K
1 hr 42 min

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Plot Summary:
Poindexter “Fool” Williams, his brother Leroy, and their family face eviction from their rented home in South Central Los Angeles. Their landlords are a greedy, uncaring couple who live in a mansion that’s as huge as it is eerie. Leroy has a plan to burglarize the mansion, but what the boys find inside is not what they expected.
Director
Wes Craven
Top Cast
A.J. Langer as Alice

Ving Rhames as Leroy

Everett McGill as Man

Josh Coxx as Young Cop


The People Under the Stairs 1991 720p.BluRay

810.63 MB
1280*720
English 2.0
R

Subtitles
23.976 fps
1 hr 42 min
Seeds 8.

The People Under the Stairs 1991 1080p.BluRay

1.65 GB
1920*1080
English 2.0
R

Subtitles
23.976 fps
1 hr 42 min
Seeds 20.

The People Under the Stairs review

Reviewed by BA_Harrison

8 / 10

Craven on the up again.
Wes Craven’s career as a director has experienced more highs and lows than a bipolar roller-coaster fan; The People Under The Stairs sees him on a particularly unpredictable part of the ride, travelling up a slight incline towards New Nightmare after the rapid drop that was Shocker.

The film is something like a fairground attraction in itself, taking place as it does inside a warped ‘funhouse’—a labyrinthine, booby-trapped mansion owned by a pair of rich, perverted, sibling landlords who are gradually turning their ghetto tenants onto the streets in order to redevelop the land. It also works like a demented urban folk/fairy tale, with fearless child protagonist Fool (Brandon Adams) entering the wicked duo’s home to try and find their hidden stash of gold, only to face a terrifying challenge, rescue a maiden in distress, and become a man in the process. Viewed in this context, the film’s two-dimensional characters, simplistic morality, and less than realistic approach becomes more than acceptable.

The handling of the material is delightfully unpredictable, equal parts twisted humour and genuine horror, with a bit of juicy gore, some truly insane action, a brilliantly designed central set, and the unforgettable sight of Everett McGill dressed from head to toe in a leather S&M outfit. Craven would suffer another drop with his next film, the disappointing Vampire in Brooklyn, before finally delivering maximum thrills with Scream; The People Under The Stairs sits somewhere in the middle—it’s not an absolute classic, but it’s well worth a look.

7.5 out of 10, rounded up to 8 for IMDb.Read More

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