Sunday Viewing:: Don’t Go in the House

Today is the perfect day to watch DON’T GO IN THE HOUSE! Don’t be too scared to read a full review HERE!

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popcornmonster
popcornmonster
8 years ago

I watched this one as part of my quest to watch all 72 of the movie from the Video Nasties list. Not a bad little flick. Certainly much better than a large number of the others on that list.

Amanda By Night
8 years ago

I held off watching this movie for years because it seemed like it was going to cross that little personal line I have. However, when I finally got up the courage to give it a go, I was extraordinary surprised to find out that it’s a really great little movie. This is what I get for listening to voices inside my head! 🙂

Bartel
8 years ago

Did you ever finish that quest. The nastie one?

Bartel
8 years ago

…”nasty” one, i meant.

Atys of Demon Tribe Hollow

OK with the mention of one of my favorite films ever, it’s obviously time to stop lurking and become a (however modest) voice here on your wonderful site, Unk.

Yes indeed — “Don’t Go In The House” is a beaut! Such a menacing atmosphere throughout, and with Grimaldi’s fine performance, you really get the sense that this guy is severely tortured just as much as he’s capable of torturing. Very dark, and as Amanda points out, crosses a line or two quite nicely.

If only there were more horror films like “Don’t…”. This is exactly what the genre should do: thoroughly unsettle and instill discomfort, as well as entertain.

Bless ya, Unk, for once again unearthing this one and bringing it’s ugly head into the flamethrown light. — ∆☩Y§ ☨♆∀☥✠

popcornmonster
popcornmonster
8 years ago

I did finish my quest, yes. Some of the films were really hard to track down, especially in their uncut glory.

ozne
ozne
8 years ago

If I ran a local theater, I’d make this a double feature with “Maniac”. Of course, you buy the popcorn.

NickCato
8 years ago

I saw a screening of this in NJ last year and met star Dan Grimaldi…such a great guy! Was priceless hearing him laugh a few rows behind me through the whole film!