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Girl House (2014)

GirlHouse (original title)
Not Rated | | Horror, Thriller | 14 February 2015 (USA)
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A young college student desperate for tuition money moves into a house that streams content to an X-rated website. After a deranged fan determines the house's location, she finds herself in... See full summary »

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A young college student desperate for tuition money moves into a house that streams content to an X-rated website. After a deranged fan determines the house's location, she finds herself in a terrifying fight for her life. Written by Anonymous

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Horror | Thriller

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$3,150,000 (estimated)
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There are multiple songs in the film's soundtrack performed by Slaine, the actor who plays Loverboy. See more »

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When Anna sneaks in, you see Devon and Heather are playing cards, Devon is first shown from the window wearing socks and a different top and when Anna walks inside you see she has no socks on and her top has changed. See more »

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Girl #1: [as she and her friend chase after a young boy] Where are you?
Girl #1: [as they find the boy trying to hide behind the house] Gotcha now. If you wanted to play house, all you had to do was ask. Haven't you ever kissed a girl before?
Young Loverboy: [shakes his head]
Girl #1: Oh, it's easy. All you do is close your eyes and pucker up. Like this.
[closes her eyes and puckers her lips]
Young Loverboy: [copies the demonstration]
Girl #1: [...]
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The Enemy
written by Mad Child
Courtesy of 'Lakeshore Records [us]'
Performed by Slaine & Madchild featuring Rite Hook
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Above Average Slasher Flick.
11 May 2017 | by See all my reviews

This is the slasher picture of modern times. In the era where webcams are becoming more popular, especially in the sex industry, this asks the question, do you know who's watching you?

Instead of cam'ing on their own, this brings a group of beautiful girls together at the Girl House owned and run my an internet entrepreneur. This gives paying viewers a chance to watch the girls at sleep, rest, and play. Unfortunately for the girls, one of their viewers is Loverboy, a mentally unstable character with a violent and abusive past.

Even though the characters are very stereotypical of this type of film the cast breath new life into them, especially Slaine who plays the troubled Loverboy.

It also helps that the directors Jon Knautz and Trevor Matthews have the skill to create tension and to be able to build up the pace and excitement when needed. This, in turn, makes it an entertaining film.

One of the main things I loved about the film was the shallow character of Devon, played well by Alyson Bath. Though it wasn't all down to her portrayal it was her character and how it changed once Loverboy attacked. It's an original ending to the character, though totally believable and sad... and one of the reasons I liked the movie. It just elevates it above a normal slasher flick.

There are a couple of issues that niggled me, I know that Loverboy needs to be a computer hacker to be able to find the Girl House, though his character doesn't come across as that type of person. The other was the stereotypical killers mask... why did he even need to wear one, again it seemed out of character - it'd be nice if a stalker for once, didn't go, Myers, Voorhees or Leatherface, on us.

This is a decent film and at least worth watching once, even more so, if you like the genre.


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