THE HAUNTED HOUSE PROJECT (2010) Reviews of Korean found-footage horror

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‘Stay out if you want to stay alive’
The Haunted House Project is a 2010 South Korean found-footage horror film in which six young people explore a seemingly cursed old property.

Directed by Cheol-ha Lee (Okay Madam; Insane 2016) from a screenplay by Eun-kyung Kim [as Eun-Kyeong Kim].

The Daisy Entertainment production stars Tae-Ho Hyun, In-Kul Jun, Hwa-Jung Lee, Kyung-Sun Shin, So-yul Shin and Yi-Na Yoon.

Over the past forty-two years, six people have gone missing, eight people have died “accidentally” and eleven cases of murder have occurred in a deserted house. Three members of an abandoned house exploring club and three staff members of a broadcasting company go into the deserted house to investigate its dark secret…



“The chasing and killing lasted about the late 30 minutes of the movie. By then, sitting through this could be potentially agonizing and you wished for this to appear earlier or hoped they had shortened the film. Finally, we get the scare for one last time and we have reached the end.” Movie Exclusive

” Technical loopholes such as the inclusion of a polished soundtrack […] bewildered and marred what could have been a credible stab toward authenticity. Don’t expect great acting here, but the cast did reasonably well as scream kings and queens trying to escape the inevitable […] The Haunted House Project works according to formula, so don’t expect anything groundbreaking to come out of it.” (A Nutshell) Review

“We spend a lot of time learning about the characters through their actions and interactions, but all of that goes out the window in the ensuing panic when the haunting truly begins. I expected more than simply running from Wan-soo and the producer. Haunted House is a fun movie. No deep thoughts are required or hidden meanings to find.” Seen in Jeonju

“There was potential, especially with the creepy location, but instead of attempting any creativity, we’re given a pretty formulaic storyline and lackluster attempts at scares. All negative aside, the film kept my interest for the most part and I did enjoy some of the exploring of the home. However, unless you’re a big fan of the particular sub-genre, I’d advise skipping this.” Upcoming Horror Movies

Cast and characters:
Tae-Ho Hyun … Kyu-Suk
In-Kul Jun … Woo-Ram
Hwa-Jung Lee … Young-Joo
Kyung-Sun Shin … Wan-Soo
So-yul Shin … Ji-Young
Yi-Na Yoon … Mee-Jin

Filming locations:
Yang-joo, South Korea

Original title:
폐가 aka Pyega


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