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Plot: When an eccentric millionaire offer a group of opposites $1,000,000 to spend the night in a so called "Haunted House" with a murderous past, they figure it is a quick way to get quick money and leave. All of them are sure it is some made up story just to mess with their heads a little and test… Runtime: 93 min Release Date: 29 Oct 1999
This horror movie is original, maybe it took it's idea from "The Haunting", but it surely did a better job than that trying-to-scare-you-but-can't movie The Haunting . House on Haunted Hill is so original because no one's ever made a movie like it before. Everything fits in perfectly: the characters' personalities, the house, the actors, the director. It does a magnificent job at scaring your insides out. Unexpected moments and experiences, paranormal things, wild action. Ali Larter and Bridgette Wilson perform almost perfectly. Geoffrey Rush is the perfect actor to <more>
play the role he plays, rich and eccentric. This is a perfect movie to watch in the middle of the night, alone, and with the lights turned off. Believe me, you won't be able to sleep until a month later. Rent it!
Scariest Move I Have Ever Seen. Couldn't Sleep After Seeing That Movie.
I liked it. (by joebarale)
I loved this movie. Had everything I expect to have. Nudity,ghosts and a shadow like monster. First of all its better than Ghost Ship. I really like the way they do the scares like that scene,but don't wanna give it away. By the way, Great movie to recommend. 10/10
Not bad at all for a remake and maybe better than the original (by berjohn12)
I've seen some of the comments on the film here, and would beg to differ with many. I found the film to be entertaining wouldn't William Castle have wanted that? and that it actually paid homage to the original in so many ways how many remakes ever do that? Generally they add a flavor-of-the-month star, a bunch of irrelevant plot changes and a soundtrack from a has-been band or one that should never have been . As a bonus, a supernatural element was brought to this film that wasn't there in the original version. I've seen a lot of complaining about the ending, but hey, life <more>
sometimes sucks and I could certainly see something like that happening to me. To tell the truth, I'd have to say that this remake was better than the first version. And this is from a stone-cold believer that Karloff was the best Frankenstein monster and Lugosi the best Dracula. Tongue in cheek this movie is -- James Whale would have loved it.
Forget the ending -- Hi-Tech Reimagining of a Classic, Huge Fun (by A_Different_Drummer)
Some of this reviewers need to take a chill pill. There is a huge difference between a remake which statistically Hollywood tends to mess up more often than it succeeds and a re-imagining, where the Rulebook is thrown out the window and, basically, its No Holds Barred. This is a re-imagining and as such it is really a lot of fun. It is one thing to make the jump from B&W to colour. It is an entirely different order of magnitude to pump up your re-do with hi tech special effects, magic glasses that enable the characters to see what should not be seen, and at the finale, some sort of <more>
giant clockwork that you would otherwise expect to find in Dr. Who. This film was released at Halloween, which means in effect that the studio was looking for a fast buck and not trying to produce THE MATRIX. I think they exceeded their own expectations. A great cast, recognizable names, and the wandering through the basement is very creepy and good scary fun.
Creepy update of a classic (by kannibalcorpsegrinder)
Gathered together for a birthday party, the guests and hosts of a lavish celebration in a haunted asylum find the events part of the house' intent to kill them off and must find a way to get out alive.This one was quite an enjoyable and vastly improved remake. This gets a lot right with the atmosphere and setting on display, which is pretty chilling throughout the film here as this comes from how well this one utilizes the house it its advantage. The long, endless darkened hallways, cramped treatment rooms and overall atmosphere of the disuse throughout with cobwebs and disrepair found <more>
here make for some really creepy elements along the way which set up the ghost action nicely. This one gets the better of creepy events happening in a creepy location, as early scenes of them following the ghostly doppelganger all throughout the different rooms, a fantastic encounter in the operating room where they're only visible on a video camera and the later scene of the group encountering the hidden experiment rooms where the ghosts' manage to trap them in their patient treatments which result in some bloody kills and tense scenes. Likewise, the finale also manages to interject quite a bit of fun here by showcasing the thrilling chases around the basement, the formation of the mass of spectral blob that holds the ghosts of the dead as well as the fun of the big chase around the house as the relentless race to get up the house before it swallows the remaining survivors is a fun, incredibly action-packed finale here. Along with the great gore and creepy back-story, these here are enough for this one to hold off the few flaws here. The biggest issue here is the fact that this one really overdoes the bickering couple angle to the point of overkill, not only making it questionable about why they're together but the fact that they continue to feel that way deep into the film it grows tiresome, as well as prevents this from really buying into what's going on. It would've been a lot more credible had they stopped going at each other and bought into the truth. Finally, this one really strains credibility with how it gets the group to the house which makes no sense at all about how a supernatural entity would be able to conduct business in that manner when it's overt display of powers in doing that mean it could've just killed them off without ever needing them o come into the house in the first place. However, these are mostly minor points that don't hold this one down all that much.Rated R: Graphic Violence, Graphic Language and Brief Nudity.
This is not a bad remake. It is "R" rated, so parents beware, this is NOT the Price classic of 1958. Within the first scene there is gore surgery on a wide awake man , violence the inmates of the asylum break loose and attack the staff , and nudity uniforms ripped open on the women . This is crucial to the plot Hill House is not the same murder house from the original, it's a former asylum for the criminally insane where torture and experimentations are done on the inmates . A fire breaks out and all but five die.Jump to present day. Multimillionaire Steven Price is the <more>
name a nod to Vincent? played by Geoffrey Rush, doing his best sideshow barker impersonation/Williams Castle impersonation, and wife Famke Janssen are having a party, in the restored former asylum. The guest's trip to the house is still via several hearse and from this point much of the original plot is maintained.The part that bothered me about the arrival scene at the house, was the inappropriate song. It set the wrong mood, and I worried about what was going to be next. Thankfully, the rest of the score except the end title was strictly orchestral, and sent a nice dark mood to try to help to scare you. Applause to Don Davis.House does rely rather heavily on special effects as do all the current re-makes. Is it really better or worse for it? I think it adds, and they didn't just redo the same show. It's spooky and a good Halloween movie, and a dark theater is excellent for it's effect. I am sorry, but there was nothing that I found really scary or horrifying. Of course, I haven't really been scared by a movie since I saw the Wolf Man 1941 , with Lon Chaney jr, in 1958.
First off let's get this out of the way,, of course folks the Original with Vincent Price was better.. that being said,, I like how this one doesn't entirely follow the original,, case in point,, in this "new" one the house used to be an old Asylum where hundreds , perhaps thousands were mistreated to cruel and unusual punishment, most of the film does follow the original,, same premise,, millionaire invites 10 people to spend the night and if they survive the money is theirs. what I liked about this film , is all of the special fx. all of the blood and gore that we wanted <more>
in the first one and couldn't get because it was just the dawn of color, and the technology obviously wasn't there yet,, all in all I think this one was pretty good,, so I apologize to Vincent Price,,, but still the ORIGINAL was better as far as plot and acting wise goes,,,
Different But Guilty Pleasure of the Original 1959 film. (by hu675)
A cold hearted wife Famke Janssen of a twisted theme park big-shot: Steven Price Oscar-Winner:Geoffery Rush decide to give a party at an abandoned institute for the Criminally Insane but when her husband decides to host a scary/jokey birthday bash for his wife at that house. When five strangers Taye Diggs, Ali Larter, Chris Kattan, Peter Gallagher & Bridgette Wilson are mysteriously assembled for the event. Steven promises to give one million bucks, no question asked if they spend the night could make them very rich or profoundly dead but that abandoned institute is a murder way of <more>
life at the House on Hanuted Hill.Directed by William Malone Creature, Feardotcom made a well made horror film that has little resemblance of the original 1959 cult classic. The film has a few good chills and good performances from the cast especially by Ex-Saturday Night Live Comic:Kattan. Some will dislike the remake but for those, who enjoy the remake will have a good time. This Remake is Certainly a lot better than the Flawed and Very Undercooked-The Haunting 1999 . The visual effects might be a bit heavy handed towards the end but it's a enjoyable jolting fun film.DVD has an sharp anamorphic Widescreen 1.78:1 transfer and an terrific:Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround Sound. DVD has an entertaining running commentary track by the director, behind the scenes documentaries, deleted scenes with intro by the director and more. This film won't start the party without you, Horror Fans will love this more than others. Don't miss this trashy but creepy fun remake. Jeffery Combs from the Re-Animator Trilogy/The Frighteners Fame has a bit role also. Produced by Joel Silver The Lethal Weapon Series and Robert Zemeckis Cast Away . ****/***** .