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Kill House (2006)

Trouble comes to a family while trying to sell their house, not only does the kids try their best to keep the house from selling . One of the real estate agents is a deranged serial killer.

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Credited cast:
Matthew I. Baker ...
Patient
Iris Berry ...
Belinda
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Boy #1
Erin Deo ...
Chloe
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Sunny
Daryl Dickerson ...
Squatter
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Bum #3 (voice)
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Detective Kirk
Oliver Elmore ...
Marc
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Marta (as Susan Artigas)
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Lucy (as Toni Breen)
Kamesha Gibson ...
Lettie
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Detective Rolands (as Felicity Smith)
Regina Mocey ...
Zelda
Paul Mocey-Hanton ...
Kyle
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Trouble comes to a family while trying to sell their house, not only does the kids try their best to keep the house from selling . One of the real estate agents is a deranged serial killer.

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stripper | murder | female nudity | See All (3) »

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Comedy | Horror

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for bloody violence, sexual content/nudity, language and drug use
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1.85 : 1
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Choice to Live
Written & Performed by Shaun Drew (ASCAP)
Courtesy of Sotto Voce Records,
Ultravivid Publishing (ASCAP)
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If you like Evil Dead you'll like this
18 March 2007 | by (hollywood) – See all my reviews

I went to the sneak preview of Kill House at the Egyptian theater in fabulous Hollywood California. What a blast! this film is funny and bloody. Its kinda like Evil Dead so if you liked that film you'll like KIll House. Hats off to writer/director/star Beth Dewey and her talented bunch. The special effects are right on with gallons of gores between the laughs. All in all a very unique film suitable for the art house or midnight movie circuit. Note to the powers that be, a theatrical release is in order. The film starts off with a bang: some laughs and gratuitous gore from a cute bondage looking girl. This sets the pace for the rest of the film: a non stop blood and gag fest. Loved it!


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