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New House DVD Movie Clip Dinner

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Lionsgate recently released this new movie clip “Dinner” from the DVD release “House” by director Robby Henson (Thr3e) and starring Michael Madsen (Sin City 2, Hell Ride), Reynaldo Rosales (House M.D.), Heidi Dippold (Angel) and Julie Ann Emery. Synopsis: Director Robby Henson’s psychological thriller House concerns a husband and wife who, attempting to patch up their marriage after the death of their child, decide on a spur of the moment to ignore their regularly scheduled therapy session and set off on a trip. After a car accident incapacitates their vehicle, the duo ends up at the title dwelling, where they meet another couple as well as the off-putting people who own [...]
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House DVD Movie Review

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Title: House (DVD) Directed by: Robby Henson (Thr3e). Starring Michael Madsen (Sin City 2, Hell Ride), Reynaldo Rosales (House M.D.), Heidi Dippold (Angel) and Julie Ann Emery. Scores: Technical: 95, Story: 84, Acting: 89, Overall: 94 I started watching House with no expectations. I didn’t really hear anything about it beforehand, so, I just thought: Great, another sub-par horror movie that I’ll be able to pick apart and forget about the next day. Boy, was I wrong. Jack and Stephanie are on their way to a marriage counseling session in the middle of Alabama(odd?) when they get diverted down a desolate road by a just creepy enough cop. (played by Michael Madsen) Just when [...]
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"House" on DVD! See three clips from the eerie horror!

We have three clips in from Lionsgate's "House" on DVD today! Starring Michael Madsen, Leslie Easterbrook, Bill Moseley, Lew Temple and Julie Ann Emery.   Robby Henson ("Th3e," "The Visitation") helms the film from the screenplay by Rob Green based on the novel written by Ted Dekker and Frank Peretti.       What we said about the film:   Quick: When I say "Christian movie" what's the first thing that comes to mind?   Cheesy? Preachy? Low budget? Kirk Cameron?   When I heard that Namesake Entertainment was making a movie based on the best selling novel House by Frank Peretti and Ted Dekker, and that it was being directed by Robby Henson, who adapted Dekker's book Thr3e for the screen, my first thought was, "How cheesy is this going to be?" I saw the film "Thr3e," and trust me, to call it ridiculous would be a compliment.   For the most part, films made by
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New House DVD Movie Trailer

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Lionsgate just released this new movie trailer from the DVD release “House” by director Robby Henson (Thr3e) and starring Michael Madsen (Sin City 2, Hell Ride), Reynaldo Rosales (House M.D.), Heidi Dippold (Angel) and Julie Ann Emery. Synopsis: Director Robby Henson’s psychological thriller House concerns a husband and wife who, attempting to patch up their marriage after the death of their child, decide on a spur of the moment to ignore their regularly scheduled therapy session and set off on a trip. After a car accident incapacitates their vehicle, the duo ends up at the title dwelling, where they meet another couple as well as the off-putting people who own the [...]
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"House" - The Review: Spooky and Suspenseful.

When I heard that Namesake Entertainment was making a movie based on the best selling novel House by Frank Peretti and Ted Dekker, and that it was being directed by Robby Henson, who adapted Dekker's book Thr3e for the screen, my first thought was, "How cheesy is this going to be?" I saw the film "Thr3e," and trust me, to call it ridiculous would be a compliment. For the most part, films made by or for Christians usually highlight the low production budget and actors picked for their faith more than their talent (hence the Christian film industry's love affair with casting Kirk Cameron in leads). They focus more on the evangelical message they want to drive home rather than a cohesive story that lets the viewer realize the point on their own. Well, I'm happy - thrilled, surprised, overjoyed - to tell you that "House" is not like a Christian movie in any way.
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"House" - The Review: Spooky and Suspenseful.

When I heard that Namesake Entertainment was making a movie based on the best selling novel House by Frank Peretti and Ted Dekker, and that it was being directed by Robby Henson, who adapted Dekker's book Thr3e for the screen, my first thought was, "How cheesy is this going to be?" I saw the film "Thr3e," and trust me, to call it ridiculous would be a compliment. For the most part, films made by or for Christians usually highlight the low production budget and actors picked for their faith more than their talent (hence the Christian film industry's love affair with casting Kirk Cameron in leads). They focus more on the evangelical message they want to drive home rather than a cohesive story that lets the viewer realize the point on their own. Well, I'm happy - thrilled, surprised, overjoyed - to tell you that "House" is not like a Christian movie in any way.
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"House" - The Review: Spooky and Suspenseful.

Houseby Joanne Brokaw, Writer   Quick: When I say "Christian movie" what's the first thing that comes to mind?Cheesy? Preachy? Low budget? Kirk Cameron?   When I heard that Namesake Entertainment was making a movie based on the best selling novel House by Frank Peretti and Ted Dekker, and that it was being directed by Robby Henson, who adapted Dekker's book Thr3e for the screen, my first thought was, "How cheesy is this going to be?" I saw the film "Thr3e," and trust me, to call it ridiculous would be a compliment.   For the most part, films made by or for Christians usually highlight the low production budget and actors picked for their faith more than their talent (hence the Christian film industry's love affair with casting Kirk Cameron in leads). They focus more on the evangelical message they want to drive home rather than a cohesive story that lets the
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"House" - The Review: Spooky and Suspenseful.

When I heard that Namesake Entertainment was making a movie based on the best selling novel House by Frank Peretti and Ted Dekker, and that it was being directed by Robby Henson, who adapted Dekker's book Thr3e for the screen, my first thought was, "How cheesy is this going to be?" I saw the film "Thr3e," and trust me, to call it ridiculous would be a compliment. For the most part, films made by or for Christians usually highlight the low production budget and actors picked for their faith more than their talent (hence the Christian film industry's love affair with casting Kirk Cameron in leads). They focus more on the evangelical message they want to drive home rather than a cohesive story that lets the viewer realize the point on their own. Well, I'm happy - thrilled, surprised, overjoyed - to tell you that "House" is not like a Christian movie in any way.
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Trailer for Religious Horror House

It seems there are more movies coming out this Halloween season that I’ve not heard hide nor hair of before. All off a sudden they have posters, trailers, interactive games, etc. Am I just unobservant or are these movies creeping up on us?

The latest example is Robby Henson’s House, based on the novel by Ted Dekker and Frank Peretti. The film goes down in rural Alabama, where two couples being chased by a maniacal killer who calls himself The Tin Man have holed up in a house, in which they soon find themselves trapped. The Tin Man tells them that the only way they can get out is if they kill one of the four, if they haven’t done so by sunrise, all of them will die.

Dekker and Peretti are both religious writers, so expect that House is going to have a pretty thick element of good vs.
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