Donald Koch, a.k.a. "Don", "King Don" and "Tiger", moves from Chicago to the suburbs since his wife Liz is pregnant and they believe the location is adequate to raise a family with children. Liz buys an old house and Don, who is unemployed, goes with his dog Cooper first to renovate the house. Soon he learns from his neighbor Ellie Mueller that the house was a brothel many years ago. Then he meets another neighbor, the sexy Sarah Yates, and they have sex in the house. When Sarah returns to visit him, he says that their affair was a mistake since he is married and asks her to not come back again. On the weekend, his friend Milo Stone comes to help Don in the renovation. But soon the house shows supernatural events and Milo, Don and Liz learn that the place is haunted with a sordid past.Written by
Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Was filmed in a reputed haunted house at 207 Center Road in Frankfort, Illinois. See more »
Around the 45 minute mark, Don is on the phone to Liz on a video call. He's clearly using the rear phone camera as he's showing her the freshly-decorated wall and smoothing it down, yet she sees Sarah walk across the room behind him, implying use of the front phone camera on the call. See more »
Flat Country Blues
Written by Joe Vaclavik
Performed by The Super Slings See more »
Raimi and House vibes
Not really understanding the panning on here... This was a serviceably weird and creepy horror, like an updated version of House, the cult 80s trippy haunted house movie. Phil Brooks does remind you of Bruce Campbell in both looks and acting style - but in a good way. He clearly can't help it. It's no masterpiece, but worth a watch if you like your scary movies a bit odd.
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