Kristen is caring for her Terminally ill husband who is suffering from a degenerative bone disease. With no cure available she turns to a friend to help find an alternative form of medicine that has unimaginable side effects.
When Kyle's estranged brother Graham goes missing after venturing into the supposedly haunted Brecksville Woods to find an old house from their father's stories, Kyle sets out to find ... See full summary »
Clay von Carlowitz
Clay von Carlowitz,
Tucker von Carlowitz
Two young women, Elizabeth and Taylor, travel to their father's summer home on a remote island for a vacation getaway. As they travel deeper into the island, a nightmare begins to unfold. ... See full summary »
"The Last House in the Woods" is known as the leader exponent of Italian "micro budget" movies, before the affirmation of HD cameras, along with "Kiss Me Lorena", "Shooting Silvio", "La Guerra dei Corti: Cronache di un Filmmaker" and "Eden". See more »
Nice artwork on the DVD box and that's about it. On the cover it says, "from the people who brought you the Grudge" etc etc, lot's of hype. From Ghost House pictures, a company that usually will deliver the scares, but not in this case.
First 10 minutes of the film is shot too dark. Then there are numerous gaffes with the day for night type scenes. One scene it is dark, the next it's daylight. On par with an Ed Wood film. Horrible editing, shots of 3 guys driving in a little Fiat seen over and over with the driver never turning the wheel.
Lingering close ups, fast zooms--both in and out, shaky hand held camera to the point of it looking like the cinematographer was having a seizure.
Goofy, over the top acting, more suitable for an Italian soap opera. "Hey Enzo, we needa more blood, no?"
I bought this movie used for 10 bucks and I might as well of just flushed it down the toilet. Here's some advice for Ghost House pictures: Please don't become another Full Moon. There are already enough low budget stinkers being put out by those guys. Have some credibility and actually watch the movie before you market it --and in the case of Last House in the Woods, your marketing was deceptive and I fell for it. You got me, but now I will research a Ghost House movie before I buy or rent one.
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