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|Tom Noonan||Mr. Ulman|
|Mary Woronov||Mrs. Ulman|
|John Speredakos||News Anchor|
|Mary McCann||Woman Anchor|
|Ti West||Director, Editor, Screenwriter|
|Malik B. Ali||Executive Producer|
|Badie Ali||Associate Producer, Executive Producer|
|Hamza Ali||Associate Producer, Executive Producer|
|Zeke Dunn||Asst. Director|
|Robin Fitzgerald||Costumes/Costume Designer|
|Jeff Grace||Score Composer|
|Jade Healy||Production Designer|
|Roger E. Kass||Producer|
|Greg Newman||Executive Producer|
|Peter Phok||Executive Producer, Producer|
|Graham Reznick||Sound/Sound Designer|
|Chris Trujillo||Art Director|
Posted October 1, 2010
Any true 80's horror movie fan will enjoy this DVD. The story will take some time to develop and once it does there is no turning back. The director really captures that old 1980's feel, even some great music makes its way into this film. I give it 5 Stars!Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted October 1, 2010
A low budget feature that was very well done. There was one particularly shocking moment (and I am pretty jaded after all these years) and the ending is "been there done that," but the movie had style and suspense, if occasionally a bit too much gore. Enjoyable -- if you are a horror fan -- and I recommend it.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Ti West's The House of the Devil recalls all those great 70's horror films. West uses music and washed out film to bring back those memories you forgot. The film uses all the taboos about the virginal college student getting into a situation over her head. The film also includes great cameos from Dee Wallace and Tom Noonan.
The story is simple. A college student in need of money for a rental place agrees to be babysitter for a couple in a house in the middle of nowhere. Jocelin Donohue is wonderful as Sam, the hapless college student.
This is the film for people who loved the original Halloween, Rosemary's Baby, The Omen, and so many more. It recalls a day when horror films didn't need to be all blood & gore to be fun and enjoyable.
Posted February 21, 2011
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