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...
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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
There are multiple songs in the film's soundtrack performed by Slaine, the actor who plays Loverboy. See more »
When Kylie uses camcorder's night vision, Girlhouse logo and mobile cam caption can be seen. Since these watermarks are added during the production, it is not possible to see them from the camcorder's viewfinder. See more »
[as she and her friend chase after a young boy]
Where are you?
[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?
[shakes his head]
Oh, it's easy. All you do is close your eyes and pucker up. Like this.
[closes her eyes and puckers her lips]
[copies the demonstration]
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A young girl gets a job as a web cam performer at a house. When an unstable client is humiliated by them, he seeks his own sort of justice.
I can't say I had much hope for this film and it was only in desperation that I turned it on. However it proved to be a pleasant surprise. It's well filmed, gory, very tense and quite scary which I find is a relative rarity these days.
Although the script is pretty standard, where Girl House succeeds is that it makes you care for the central characters. Rather than some empty headed bimbo the lead character Kylie ( played well by Ali Cobrin) comes across as intelligent and likable as does her boyfriend Ben ( a good performance from Adam DiMarco) who is not the stereotypical jerk. You find out pretty early who the killer is and also why he does it. He is suitably scary and again it's another good performance, this time by Slaine.
I found this pretty entertaining modern day slasher. Although not in any way groundbreaking this is a decent addition to the genre and worth checking out.
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