Don Koch tries to renovate a rundown mansion with a sordid history for his growing family, only to learn that the house has other plans.


Travis Stevens


Greg Newman (story by), Trent Haaga (story by) | 3 more credits »
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Credited cast:
C.M. Punk ... Don Koch (as Phil Brooks)
Trieste Kelly Dunn ... Liz Koch
Sarah Brooks ... Sarah Yates
Elissa Dowling ... Sadie
Karen Woditsch Karen Woditsch ... Ellie Mueller
Travis Delgado ... Milo Stone
Marshall Bean Marshall Bean ... Geary McCabe
Anish Jethmalani Anish Jethmalani ... Attorney Manny Bharara
Bishop Stevens ... Patrolman Weaver
Tonya Kay ... The Nymph
Eileah Pyrzynski Eileah Pyrzynski ... Baby
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Kyle Flaharty Kyle Flaharty ... Townsfolk
Steve Pavlik ... Townsfolk
Phil Senjanin ... Townsfolk


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

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Home is where hell is


Drama | Horror | Mystery


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Was filmed in a reputed haunted house at 207 Center Road in Frankfort, Illinois. See more »


A character is hit with a hammer in the basement. The killer quite clearly swings upward with the hammer, striking the other character under the chin. In close up, the victim has a large hammer-shaped wound over their right eye socket. See more »


Don Koch: Who paints a room pink?
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Music Box Theme
Written by Kevin MacLeod
Performed by Kevin MacLeod
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Man Milk'tastic
15 November 2019 | by omendataSee all my reviews

Quite a disturbing film , dark and perverse in many ways. The story itself is nothing new but has deeply disturbing sexual connotations with man-milk emmanating from the wall power sockets/holes and wall switches that look like the female orifice as well as pulsating holes in walls and the old silicone wall effect akin to body horror greats like David Lynch and it does on the budget accomplish a rather gruesome and warped horror.

Acting is average and the story is very average having been done many times before but the sexual perversion and accompanying gooey special effects really will have you squirming, it has some quite shocking hammer-tastic female revenge action which definitely pushes this out of the bargain basement bin. Its not great but its not bad either but most assuredly it is quite disturbing so gets a fair average 5/10 from me!

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Release Date:

25 October 2019 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Girl on the Third Floor See more »

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Frankfort, Illinois, USA See more »


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1.78 : 1
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