The House Where Evil Dwells Reviews
November 10, 2010
This could have been a good horror movie, if only it weren't so slow and boring.
January 12, 2008
September 5, 2011
The parallels that develop between the lives of ghosts haunting a Kyoto home and the American residents in modern day Japan are interesting enough in their depiction, as the various ghosts possess the living and act out in eerie ways. That said, the film is pretty predictable overall and never really drew me in beyond a 'hey, nice visuals' kind of way.
Rental? Cable, perhaps?
May 8, 2007
Cheesy at best. Not a scary movie, just an 80's supernatural flick taking place in Japan where a family moves in a haunted house, the 3 ghosts there are silly looking. It's an adultry flick, the woman cheated on her husband and he killed her lover then her and finally himself and they three are trapped into heir own house. When the american family moved in with their daughter, the past repeats, wife cheats on her husband with his best friend because she was possessed by the japanese woman's spirit. Each member in turn gets possessed and screw up their lives.
April 30, 2013
"There's a face in soup!"-Amy Fletcher (Amy Barrett)
I must say, I had a hearty laugh at the soup bowl scene.
April 12, 2013
Great story, so-so execution. It had what it needed to be better, but comes across as only partially formed. Definitely doesn't feel like it reached its potential.
|Gordon Franklin Terry Sr||
July 2, 2011
HIGHLANDER-type deal where Ancient Samurai Ghosts possess a lovers' triangle of Young Urban Professionals (yuppies) and they gorily fight to the death.
It was on HBO 27 years ago, I've never forgotten it.
Its not absolutely awesome though. (but worth a viewing)