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Jennifer Miller, who plays Lisa Jenner, was not originally cast in the role. Due to a scheduling conflict, the original actor had to drop out. Jennifer traveled by train from Montreal to Windsor, only reading the script on the train for the first time. She began filming the moment she arrived in order to avoid having the production fall behind schedule. See more »
The Scarehouse is a really fun horror film. It'll make you laugh, squirm, and everything in between. The direction is very well done, especially the choice of shots which really bring out the eeriness of The Scarehouse itself. The acting is also top notch, going above and beyond the standard "slasher flick" acting. Especially Sarah Booth and Kimberly Sue-Murray's performances. My favorite part of the film is the writing. The dialog is quick, witty and again, above and beyond standard "slasher flick" writing. Gavin Michael Booth is definitely one of the directors to watch out for. With films as gnarly as The Scarehouse, I could see a revival of Canuxploitation!
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