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Home the Horror Story (2000)

| Comedy, Horror
Bob Parkinson, the conservative patriarch of a suburban family, thinks he's a nice guy. But when he has a brain operation, his latent prejudices turn into vivid experiences in his own home,... See full summary »
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Bob Parkinson
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Grace Parkinson
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Linda Parkinson
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Kurt Tester
Nicolette Little ...
Alice Parkinson
Sam Nelson ...
Tom Parkinson
Aimelia Hepburn-Moriarty ...
Rosie
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Medium Cop
Jason Cutler ...
Small Cop (as Tristen Cutter)
Claudette Welles ...
Dorothy
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Jesus
Gage Tarrant ...
Dr. Ruth Heini
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Father Ignatious
Joanna Bongiovanni ...
Virginia Wolf
Shane Emerson ...
Basher
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Bob Parkinson, the conservative patriarch of a suburban family, thinks he's a nice guy. But when he has a brain operation, his latent prejudices turn into vivid experiences in his own home, turning his life into an increasingly horrifying nightmare eventually prompting a personal transformation ... or not. Written by Herman Owen

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Bizarre, Surreal, Just Plain WEIRD!
17 July 2004 | by (England) – See all my reviews

I saw this movie really late one night on TV and all I can say is I cannot remember much about its storyline but more about its imagery - one of the most surreal films I've ever been host to experience, HOME: THE HORROR STORY was clearly shot on Digital Video by a crew of either unknowns or first-timers. It was more a comedy than a horror story and the only reference to horror is the combining effect of very colourful sets, weird music and odd acting. I am not even going to explain what this movie is about as I would just get lost in time, but lets just say that it is really worth seeing if you are a genuine film fan and anything interests you; AND if you can find a copy of this film anywhere. Luckily I managed to record it from TV so I have the chance of viewing it over, but having looked everywhere on the Internet I can say that it is untraceable.


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