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House at the End of the Drive (2014)

Can a 46 year old mass-murder haunt four people enough to rip open a doorway to the past and catapult them back in time to the night of one of Hollywood's most horrible ritual slayings? The... See full summary »

Director:

David Worth

Writers:

David Oman, Jim Vines
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Cast

Cast overview:
James Aaron Oliver ... David (as James Oliver)
Jonathan Mangum ... Robert
Alison Raimondi ... Jennifer
Angela Jones ... Felicia
Lance Henriksen ... Skip Johansen
John-Dylan Howard John-Dylan Howard ... Henry (as John Dylan Howard)
Marco Greco Marco Greco ... Rich
Ellen Geer ... Eunice Sequoia
Gizelle D'Cole ... Bianca
Yusuf Gatewood ... Clarence Greene
Paydin LoPachin ... Rachel
Lisa Diane Morgan Lisa Diane Morgan ... Tanya
Via Osgood Via Osgood ... Shawna
Jessica Szohr ... Krista
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Can a 46 year old mass-murder haunt four people enough to rip open a doorway to the past and catapult them back in time to the night of one of Hollywood's most horrible ritual slayings? The chatter of a quiet dinner party in posh Oxford Canyon is rudely interrupted as the real truths are set on the table. Fact and fiction intertwine as the couple's talk of ghosts and spirits from beyond which prompts them to take steps that will alter that night and their lives forever. Written by David Oman

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Taglines:

It's where they died.

Genres:

Horror | Thriller

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for bloody violence, drug use, some sexuality/nudity and language
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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

11 January 2014 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Beverly Hills, California, USA

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Budget:

$1,400,000 (estimated)
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Color
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Jim Vines: the screenwriter appears as a police officer near the beginning of the movie See more »

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Doesn't David Oman already have enough money?
23 February 2014 | by darkplague2010See all my reviews

The first time I'd heard of David Oman was when he purchased the lot Sharon Tate's house stood on. I've been on Cielo Dr. & his house is a huge monstrosity. Then, there was a TV show depicting Oman as a "private investigator" who "lived in the house below the Tate house". Another show portrayed him as a "producer" who "built a house on the Tate lot". Personally, with no disrespect to Mr. Oman, it's my (humble) opinion he is profiting both financially & personally from a horrendous murder. It's bad enough that this happened to people who were doing nothing more than hanging out in their own home & end up suffering a terrible death, but now Mr. Oman comes along & continues to dredge it up over & over on multiple paranormal shows. Haven't the victims of this tragedy went through enough? Their families already live with the knowledge of what happened to their loved ones, they surely don't need another TV show/movie/paranormal invest/etc. It seems that Mr. Oman continues to live vicariously through the suffering the 5 people at Sharon Tate's house went through & he does it shamelessly. Mr. Oman, you are fortunate to live in one of the most awesome cities in the US, you live in a huge house in a beautiful area, leave these victims to rest in the peace they lost in Aug 1969. I'm surprised Debbie Tate hasn't knocked on your door yet & told you to leave it alone. Profiting off the misery/suffering of others is particularly abhorrent. Enough is enough.


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