After the heartbreaking death of his wife, Reginald P. Linux packs his bags and searches for a new place to call home, an escape from the blinding guilt and torment wrenching his soul. ... See full summary »
After the heartbreaking death of his wife, Reginald P. Linux packs his bags and searches for a new place to call home, an escape from the blinding guilt and torment wrenching his soul. Reginald tumbles into a frightening, macabre world of unspeakable terrors that threatens to shatter his very existence. Along with his best friend, Reginald attempts to unravel the bloody, horrifying secrets of the Doom House... before it kills them both! Written by
Sure, it's low-budget. There are some minor glitches, but this film exudes something every Hollwood big-wig could stand to learn again: A sincere passion for film making.
Look at Kyanka as the tortured widower Linux. His role is nothing short of multidimensional; his devotion to the craft should be admired by even the best classical actors. Listen to the beautifully-crafted soundtrack as it explores every powerful emotion this film presents to its viewers. Feel the blood, the sweat, the tears that obviously went into this, something that truly describes the term "magnum opus." The worst thing about this movie is that it is low budget, and for that very reason, there may not be another Doom House for me to watch over and over again. If any of you bigshots are reading this, please, hear me out: Rich Kyanka and company are all geniuses and worthy of your millions. Let these men reopen for you the path to the golden days of film-making.
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