A supernatural thriller about four estranged friends who are reunited to spend the night in a terrifying time-bending haunted house.


Patrick Meaney


Patrick Meaney





Cast overview, first billed only:
Kaytlin Borgen ... Gwen
Morgan Peter Brown ... Spencer
Dove Meir ... Frazer
Whitney Moore ... Katrina
Tiffany Smith ... Samantha
Jeff Torres ... Matthew
Amber Benson ... Maya
Chloe Dykstra ... Younger Nancy - Gwen's Mom
Julia Lambson Julia Lambson ... Older Nancy
Paradox Pollack ... The Demon
Brian Townes ... Derek
Jeff Berg ... Jeff
Alexia Dox ... Dawn
Taliesin Jaffe ... Dave
Michael Parness Michael Parness ... Gwen's Father


Four estranged friends reunite and spend the night in a remote country house that was once home to a Manson Family like cult. As the night goes on, the strange rituals in the house's past open connections between the past, the present and the subconscious, forcing all the characters to confront their deepest secrets and darkest demons, or be destroyed by them. It's a blend of The Shining style freaky horror with the emotional character focus of a film like Magnolia. The film stars a number of prominent geek culture personalities including Amber Benson (Buffy the Vampire Slayer), Chloe Dykstra (Heroes of Cosplay), Tiffany Smith (DC All Access), etc.

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Face your demons

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for violence/bloody images, drug content, language and some sexuality

Did You Know?


In the DVD in the "Meet the Cast & Crew" segment of the special features the director and actors refer to the movie as "Trip House" instead of the "House of Demons" title used for release. See more »

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David Lynch Fans Rejoice!
9 February 2018 | by JenniePennieSee all my reviews

In a day where horror audiences have seen demons and psychos kill people in every way possible, House of Demons offers a fresh take. A talented cast and crew confront big ideas in this small budget indie.

The cinematography and editing, while at times disorienting, are exciting, emotional, and vivid. The film isn't scary in the black cat jumping out, cheap scare way. Instead it's more of a moody ominous tone, psychological tension, and existential dread. I found myself multiple times reacting to the film in the way I did with Mulholland Drive or Twin Peaks - terrified and wanting to scream out while simultaneously wowed (and almost giddy) by the and thrilled by the execution of those scenes. So happy to see more films that are able to do that.

If you check out House of Demons you will be taken places you didn't expect and believe it or not may even come out of the film inspired. I highly recommend it!

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Release Date:

6 February 2018 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

House of Demons See more »

Filming Locations:

Santa Clarita, California, USA See more »

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Respect Films See more »
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Sound Mix:

Dolby SR



Aspect Ratio:

1.85 : 1
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