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Killers in the House (1998)

Bank robbers on the run from the police invade a mansion and take the owners hostage.



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Cast overview, first billed only:
Rodney Sawyer
Jennie Sawyer
Malik Sawyer
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Bank robbers on the run from the police invade a mansion and take the owners hostage.

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Rated R for some terror/violence | See all certifications »




Release Date:

11 November 1998 (USA)  »

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Captivity  »

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Rodney Sawyer: [on Malik] He's not very helpful but he does stay out of the way.
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Suspenseful Experience
25 April 1999 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

My heart was literally pounding throughout the entire movie! Mario VanPeebles and Holly Robinson Peete lead an edgy and frighteningly melodramatic cast. A down-on-their-luck black family suddenly inherits a Victorian mansion in Washington state, and falls in harm's way when a quartet of ruthless and hostile bank robbers decide to take cover in the mansion on a stormy night while on-the-run from the police. The entire movie is full of characters being chased around or held at gunpoint, barricading doors, and lying to or outfoxing each other in a delicate and dangerous game of "cat-and-mouse." Its plot is surreal, but gave me an exhilarating experience. Some parts are funny, especially the ending. A 'must-see' if you like horror!

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