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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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Nick Gordon
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Ali Cobrin ... Kylie Atkins
Adam DiMarco ... Ben Stanley
Slaine ... Loverboy
Alyson Bath ... Devon
Elysia Rotaru ... Heather
Chasty Ballesteros ... Janet
Alice Hunter ... Kat
Wesley MacInnes ... Alex
Erin Agostino ... Liz
Nicole Arianna Fox ... Mia (as Nicole Fox)
Zuleyka Silver ... Anna
James Thomas ... Gary Preston
Isaac Faulkner ... Young Loverboy
Camren Bicondova ... Girl #1
Baylee Wall Baylee Wall ... Girl #2 (as Bailey Wall)
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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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Kill what you can't have. See more »

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Horror | Thriller

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Not Rated | See all certifications »

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Country:

Canada

Language:

English

Release Date:

14 February 2015 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Girl House See more »

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Budget:

$3,150,000 (estimated)
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Brookstreet Pictures See more »
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Color

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2.35 : 1
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Trivia

There are multiple songs in the film's soundtrack performed by Slaine, the actor who plays Loverboy. See more »

Goofs

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 »

Quotes

[first lines]
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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Connections

References Rear Window (1954) See more »

Soundtracks

It's Always Quiet Before a Storm
written by Andy Milburn
Courtesy of 'Lakeshore Records [us]'
performed by tomandandy
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Wow, actually a very good film
17 March 2016 | by fredschepersSee all my reviews

Seen some reviews and noticed the ratings. As far as I am concerned, they don't do justice to this film. Is it a cheap-teen-slash-B-film? Don't think so. Good story, good acting, good end.

Iam not going to spoil anything, but feel that I have to do bring balance in some other weird reviews, realizing that everyone is entitled to his own opinion.

The killer does have a very clear motive and background. You can see that in the very beginning of the film. The killer his job is not a weird job, and his hobby at home is not weird. His knowledge is not far fetched, and basically he would be the perfect real live profile of a serial killer.

Don't expect a cheap and bloody slash film. The film is very well balanced as a thriller with some very bloody moments. But nothing overdone here like. It's easy to get into the film with the intentions of the GirlHouse being very clear. Nothing disguised, but clearly not a porn film. The love/romantic bits in it are genuine. The violence and bloody moments are well proportioned. No exceeding and long winding screaming. No wrong doors with no where to hide scenes that every human being would avoid. The "scary" scenes are well timed. Not too long and not too short. Just enough to keep your attention. All escapes, whether they succeed or not, are perfectly acted. No unnatural behavior in this.

Finally a slash film we enjoyed. Lots of tension, lots of gorgeous woman, an environment in which half the world can find (him)self. A film you can identify with. A film that is realistic enough.

Definitely worth an 8.


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