The House of Evil – USA, 2014 – reviews

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‘Don’t look behind’

The House of Evil – also known as The House of Evil 3-D and House of Evil – is a 2014 horror film written and directed by Massimiliano Cerchi (Plankton; Hellinger; The Mummy Theme Park) for Dark Mountain Pictures. It stars Jeff Kim, Stephanie Van Rijn, Bill Pacer and Dawna Lee Heising.

The story is being described by its distributors as a throwback of 1980’s horror films and a mix of Poltergeist and Hellraiser, with lots of practical real special effects, and little CGI. The prosthetic designs are being handled by CFX, the same company behind the effects for Wolverine. Director Massimiliano Cerchi has commented: “There will be three different demons throughout the movie, each character will be a new horror icon in my opinion”.

Filmed in 3D with an ultra-high 4K resolution, it will be released in the UK on 29 May 2017 by High Fliers Films.


A couple buy a beautiful house only to find out that the property is a portal to Hell… and, literary, Hell will break loose…


Reviews [click links to read more]:

“Everything from costumes, hair and set design gives it the 1970s feel it is supposed to have without overdoing it. People may not be a fan of the producer (Uwe Boll) of this film but there is no denying that every now and again his involvement in a film project brings something special to the screen. Worth checking House of Evil out as it has a perfect blend of old school and modern horror.”Peter ‘WitchfinderHorrorscreams Videovault



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