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The House (2012)

Some dreams should not be followed.

Director:

Gene Blalock

Writer:

Gene Blalock
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Cast

Cast overview:
Tanya Gorlow ... Cynthia
John C. Epperson ... Justin
Ashley Lynn Switzer ... Amanda
Nicholas Jaqua ... Jackson
Tara Emerson ... Sarah
James Tumminia ... Creepy Neighbor
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When the line between reality and dream blurs, sometimes it is better to walk away. After all, the proverbial cat would have been just fine except for its penchant for curiosity. Happening past a house she's seen in her dreams for months, Cynthia isn't sure why she feels so compelled to find out what it means. But as she enters the doorway, she has no choice but to search further. Will she finally find peace or a more menacing truth that casts aside the light to reveal only a more forbidding darkness? Written by Seraph Films

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Short | Horror | Thriller

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

12 May 2012 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Long Beach, California, USA

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Budget:

$300 (estimated)
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Seraph Films See more »
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Color

Aspect Ratio:

2.35 : 1
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The House offers viewers classic horror tingles

I really enjoyed this film from Seraph Films and Gene Blalock. Gene wrote/directed and his touch is apparent. A good film need many things to draw in a viewer. The House delivers in all areas. A soundtrack that haunts. Scenes that grip and actors that bring it real. I recommend the film highly and give it a solid 7.

Set in Anytown USA we find a couple driving and encountering the House. Innocent in its appearance the viewer is quickly taken in by its depth and strange familiarity. As I said the acting is great. John C. Epperson delivers his lines with a believability that wants you to see him as a compassionate husband and friend. He is joined by Tanya Gorlow as his wife. She is so good at her art that I felt as if I knew her my whole life. I don't know if I would just give all credit to the actors or if this is just the results of the Director Gene Blalock. He really put together a horror film that I will show people over and over when I get the chance.

The cast continues with many more fine actors and not a one of them brings a poor performance.

I recommend this film and hope you enjoy.

Christian www.IMDb.me/IamHollywoodHomeless


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