House of the Seven Corpses (2000)

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Filmmaker Eric Hartman (John Ireland) takes a crew to the infamous -- and cursed -- Beal Mansion to film his next horror movie. Caretaker Edgar Price (John Carradine) warns Eric not to tamper with the spirits of the house, but his message doesn't hit home until Hartman and crew accidentally summon a bloodthirsty phantasm. There's always room for one more corpse in this creepy mystery from Paul Harrison.

Rating: PG
Genre: Horror
Directed By:
Written By: Paul Harrison, Thomas J. Kelly
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On DVD: Aug 15, 2000
Runtime:
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Critic Reviews for House of the Seven Corpses

All Critics (4)

Ultimately intends to be scary, but it works best -- rather wonderfully, in fact -- as a somewhat acid comedy about the production of a cheesy occult horror movie that weary if needy cast and crew assume will be 'garbage.'

Full Review… | January 6, 2014
Commercial Appeal (Memphis, TN)

How do you end a dull mystery? Oh, just toss in a zombie, and make sure you close the film as soon as possible.

Full Review… | October 3, 2013
Cinema Crazed

A decent low-budget nonsensical atmospheric horror pic.

Full Review… | January 28, 2013
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Audience Reviews for House of the Seven Corpses

How do you end a dull mystery? Oh, just toss in a zombie, and make sure you close the film as soon as possible.

Another one of the few horror movies I was allowed to watch as a young child. Horrible filming, but a great story.

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