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TrashHouse (2005)

Monsters. Zombies. Chainsaws. Somebody Doesn't Love Lucy...

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Pat Higgins

Writer:

Pat Higgins
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Cast

Credited cast:
Amber Moelter ... Lucy Sweet
Tom Wontner ... David
Hannah Speller ... Charlotte
Richard Collins Richard Collins ... James Todd
Samantha Béart Samantha Béart ... Della (as Sam Burke)
Oli Wilkinson Oli Wilkinson ... Luke Parsons
Gary Delaney Gary Delaney ... Andy
Nic Ford Nic Ford ... Bryan
Cy Henty ... Allen
Debbie Attwell Debbie Attwell ... Seductress
Neil Andrews Neil Andrews ... Surgeon
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Paul Kerensa Paul Kerensa ... Dillon
Lisa Poet Lisa Poet ... Presenter
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Storyline

Testing an experimental implant that gives people complete control over their environment, a secret agency assemble five strangers. According to profiling of reading habits, employment histories and shopping records, they are five of the most balanced people in England. These five are offered an opportunity to spend a week in a specially designed house, in which they will have ultimate power during set hours of the day within their own rooms. From creating objects out of thin air to changing their own appearance, anything is possible within the house. The subjects' vital signs will be measured from afar to check that everything is OK. Two of the subjects, David and Lucy, create an environment of 50s domestic tranquility. Another, Charlotte, uses the power to gain knowledge and advance mankind. Another, Luke, is just looking to have as much fun as possible. There is, however, a fly in the ointment. The final subject, James Todd, is not who he claimed to be. The records weren't his. He ... Written by Anonymous

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Monsters. Zombies. Chainsaws. Somebody doesn't love Lucy. See more »

Genres:

Comedy | Horror

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The film won the Best Screenplay award at the 2005 Tromafling Festival in Edinburgh UK, and was also awarded runner-up position for Best UK Feature. See more »

Quotes

David: Sorry if this sounds a bit dim, but why are'nt you trying to kill us?
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Connections

Followed by Hellbride (2007) See more »

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Half-Life
Written, Produced & Performed by Danny Lenihan
Copyright 2003 Elemental
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An okay effort
1 July 2008 | by PallySallySee all my reviews

An odd little movie that promises a lot but in the end its grasp falls someway short of its reach. As lo-budget films go, it has some strong positives - A funny script, some excellent cameos, ideas and invention - but it is unfortunately let down by some poor special effects and some terrible acting from three of the four leads. Amber Moelter, Tom Wontner and Hannah Speller are very wooden and not very convincing and are easily out shone by the rest of the cast.

It's a shame really, as the opening 5-10 minutes promise a great deal. His follow up, Hellbride, is a much better movie and I look forward to seeing Killer, Killer shortly.


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Country:

UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

21 January 2005 (UK) See more »

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Jinx Media See more »
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Color:

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Aspect Ratio:

1.85 : 1
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