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Lev L. Spiro (screenplay) and
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Beware the house that comes alive with terror! See more »
Plot:
A mysterious, morbid professor who has suffered a number of horrid events in his life tries to help a young troubled man, whose girl friend was killed during an illegal abortion. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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Cast

  (in credits order)

Michael York ... Ambrose

Andrew Bowen ... James Farrow

Jason Cottle ... Fletcher

Claudia Christian ... Lucy
Aideen O'Donnell ... Sarah

Brian Glanney ... Jenkins

Ciaron Davies ... Graham (as Ciaran Davies)
Colm O'Maonlai ... Reginald (as Colm Lydon)
Mike Finn ... Lt. Ryan
Mitch Marcus ... Professor Benest
Daniel Rosen ... Preacher
Eoghan O'Brien ... Renter
Fred McCluskey ... Constable
Maeve O'Regan ... Barkeep

Brian McGuinness ... Tilton
Shawn Brewster ... Fisherman 1 (as Shaun Brewster)
Des Kenny ... Fisherman 2

Mike J. Regan ... Monroe (as Mike Regan)

Directed by
Mitch Marcus 
 
Writing credits
Lev L. Spiro (screenplay) (as L.L. Shapira) and
Mitch Marcus (screenplay)

Henry James (story)

Produced by
John Brady .... co-producer
Roger Corman .... producer
Mary Ann Fisher .... co-producer
Michael P. Flannigan .... co-producer
 
Original Music by
Ivan Koutikov 
 
Cinematography by
Russ Brandt 
 
Film Editing by
Daniel H. Holland 
 
Casting by
Jan Glaser 
Jenny McCarthy 
 
Production Design by
Ian Bailie 
 
Art Direction by
Steve Walton 
 
Set Decoration by
Aoife Keogh 
 
Costume Design by
Aisling Byrne  (as Ashling Byrne)
 
Makeup Department
Grainne Daly .... key makeup artist
Grainne Daly .... special makeup effects artist
Michael Devanney .... makeup assistant
Caroline McCurdy .... makeup assistant
 
Production Management
Michael P. Flannigan .... supervising production manager
Eamonn MacNiallais .... production manager
Marguerite O'Donoghue .... unit manager
Paul James Tierney .... post-production supervisor: USA
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Michelle Fennessy .... second assistant director
Ruaidhri Kirby .... trainee assistant director
Ivan McMahon .... first assistant director
Vincent O'Donoghue .... trainee assistant director
Karen Reen .... third assistant director
 
Art Department
Julian Checkley .... model maker
Michael Devane .... stagehand
Marc Dowds .... assistant set decorator
Joey Faherty .... assistant set dresser
Edgar Forrer .... scenic artist
Dearbhla Glynn .... head props
Martin Griffin .... carpenter
Mike Griffin .... carpenter
Billy Lynch .... property master
Evelyn Macken .... painter
Margaret Mangan .... art department coordinator
Billy Monaghan .... carpenter
Michael Murphy .... art department assistant
Owen Power .... set dresser
Ciaran Purcell .... assistant art director
William Rigby .... construction supervisor (as Will Rigby)
Tom Walsh .... carpenter
 
Sound Department
Anita Cannella .... foley walker
Merry Cheers .... adr editor
Merry Cheers .... adr mixer
Merry Cheers .... foley editor
Merry Cheers .... foley recordist
Michael Clark .... dialogue editor
Patrick Daly .... boom operator
Evelyn Dutton .... foley walker (as Evi Dutton)
Jeffrey D. German .... re-recording mixer
Jeffrey D. German .... sound editor
Jeffrey D. German .... sound effects editor
Rebecca Hanck .... assistant adr recordist (as Rebecca L. Hanck)
Rebecca Hanck .... sound editor (as Rebecca L. Hanck)
Niamh Learmont .... utility sound
Dustin O'Halloran .... foley walker
Earl Rankin .... sound editor
Ken Regan .... re-recording mixer (as Ken A. Regan)
Ken Regan .... supervising sound editor (as Ken A. Regan)
Mark Sullivan .... sound mixer
Beth Sweeney .... sound editor
Daniel W. Victor Jr. .... ultra stereo consultant (as Dan Victor Jr.)
 
Special Effects by
Mike Regan .... mechanical effects
Hector Ó hEochagáin .... mechanical effects assistant
 
Visual Effects by
Wendie Newcomb .... digital girl friday
Michele R. Pruden .... title and camera supervisor
Rita Schrag .... optical printing supervisor
Jim Stewart .... optical designer
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Ian Barton .... grip
Maurice Coleman .... assistant camera
Gerard Conway .... lighting technician
Conor Crowley .... third assistant camera
Oisin Fennell .... key grip
Columba Heneghan .... gaffer
Ger Leonard .... camera loader (as Gerry Leonard)
John MacLeon .... grip
John Martyn .... lighting technician
Conall McGarrigle .... first assistant camera: second unit
Conall McGarrigle .... second assistant camera
Eamon McGillicuddy .... dolly grip (as Eamonn McGillicuddy)
Caroline McLoughlin .... grip
Paul Noble .... lighting technician
Fiona Regan .... best boy electric
Brian Shanley .... director of photography: second unit
Stefan Tarzan .... first assistant camera
Neville Tough .... still photographer
 
Casting Department
Susan McKenna .... casting assistant
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Caroline Kelly .... assistant costume designer
Anna Seoighe .... wardrobe assistant
 
Editorial Department
Nancy Bettcher Hurley .... first assistant editor: post-production, USA
Darragh Byrne .... second assistant editor: post-production, Ireland (as Daragh Byrne)
Michelle Conway .... post-production coordinator: Ireland
Kevin Lavelle .... assistant editor: post-production, Ireland
Doug Ledine .... color timer
Sandra Martinez .... post-production assistant: USA
Kay Shoemaker .... post-production coordinator: USA
David Stone .... post-production runner: USA
Kim Welsh .... post-production coordinator: USA
Christian Miglio .... editorial intern (uncredited)
 
Location Management
Jean Ní Bhaoill .... location assistant (as Jean Ni Bhaoil)
Declan O'Toole .... location manager
 
Music Department
Gina Amador .... music supervisor
 
Transportation Department
Kevin McDonagh .... transportation captain
Tomas McDonagh .... driver
Conor Nolan .... driver
Martin Seoighe .... driver
 
Other crew
Aerly Bird .... courier
Helen Brady .... script supervisor: second unit
Breanndan Casey .... production assistant
Judy Cazabon .... animal wrangler
Cait Collins .... assistant to producer
Barbara Connolly .... nurse
Jo Ni Dhomhnaill .... production accountant
Mairin Ni Dhonnacha .... script supervisor
Kevin Downey .... production assistant
Aedin Nic Fhlanncha .... assistant production accountant (as Aedin Nic Fhlannchadha)
Monique Geoghegan .... personnel coordinator
Siobhan Geoghegan .... production secretary
Goly Jamshidi .... financial supervisor: USA
Tom Lynch .... armorer
Brendan Maher .... studio manager
Penni Merren .... production unit assistant
Gillian Murtagh .... personnel manager
Sile O'Dwyer .... production assistant
Marion O'Toole .... production coordinator
Edward G. Reilly Jr. .... legal services
Alan Reynolds .... stock footage coordinator: USA
Jerry Twomey .... financial supervisor: Ireland
Ear Whacks .... adr loop group
 

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Additional Details

Also Known As:
"Henry James' The Haunting of Hell House" - USA (alternative title)
"The Ghostly Rental" - USA (alternative title)
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MPAA:
Rated R for violent images and gore
Runtime:
90 min
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Roger Corman produced, but not really typical of Corman, yet..., 11 June 2005
Author: rixrex from United States

Roger Corman produced, but not really typical of Corman, yet there's a bit of the style of the old Corman/Poe/Vincent Price series from the 60s here. I'd say that the title would be about the only thing "Cormanesque" about this in regards to making it interesting commercially, to kind of cash in on the same-time remakes of "Haunting" and "House on Haunted Hill". Other than that, it's a nice, yet small, psychological thriller, with some plot elements influenced by The Tell-Tale Heart. York gives a nice and slightly hammy performance as the tortured old professor, and the others are more than adequate. It will keep the interest of those who don't mind a gradual build and don't care for the lack of real terror and/or gruesome displays of killing. There's some violence and slight gore, but nothing gratuitous. Nothing here ever gets beyond being just a grade more than mediocre, say about B-, EXCEPT the really nice use of the Irish countryside as a substitute for old New England, which is an A grade. Nothing grand, but better than average.

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