Following a disagreement with Roger Cobb (played by William Katt) and his brother Roger and his new wife and young daughter decide to keep the old and supposibly haunted family home. When driving back to town, Roger is killed in a car accident. His family move into the old home. Inside the house, widow and her daughter experience bizarre and frightening events, while they all ready have to deal with the pressures of selling the Cobb home to a mysterious group. Written by
This film is actually the third movie in the "House" series. When the unrelated The Horror Show adopted the title "House 3" in both the UK and Australia, the producers of this film opted to call it 'House IV' to avoid confusion. See more »
Roger you're making a big mistake.
Well if I am, then I'm prepared to live with it. You on the other hand, have to live with that hat.
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I really enjoyed the first House movie, and the second one was pretty good as well. This one had at least one character from the first, but overall, it didn't have anything to do with the House I story. It also wasn't scary at all, just weird. All of a sudden, the house's ghost is a friendly one, and the vilest character in the film is that "landlord" guy who is trying to buy the house from Roger Cobb's family (who, incidentally, takes part in some superfluously disgusting scenes). The acting and directing of this movie made it seem like something made for TV. I would not have seen it in the theater. If you liked the other House films, see this one. Otherwise, you might want to spend your money on something else.
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