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Directed by: Ti West

Produced: 2009

Countries & Regions: United States

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Certificate: 18

Length: 95 mins

Format: DVD

Region: Region 2

Released: 29 March 2010

Cat No: MTD5508

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Anamorphic (16:9)
Languages(s): English
Interactive Menu
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Screen ratio 1:1.78
Dolby Digital 5.1, Dolby Digital 2.0

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The House of the Devil

Cast: Mary Woronov , Dee Wallace , Tom Noonan , Jocelin Donahue , Greta Gerwig , John Speredakos , AJ Bowen , Brenda Cooney , Heather Robb , Darryl Nau , Danielle Noe , Mary B. McCann

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Ti West writes and directs this supernatural chiller set in, and inspired by the horror films of, the 1980s. When cash-strapped college... Read More

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Ti West writes and directs this supernatural chiller set in, and inspired by the horror films of, the 1980s. When cash-strapped college student Samantha Hughes (Jocelin Donahue) takes a babysitting job in a remote country mansion, she soon senses that something is not quite right. As a lunar eclipse darkens the sky overhead, Samantha begins to realise that her employers (Tom Noonan and Mary Woronov) intend to use her for something far more sinister than mere childcare...

An interestingly retro horror movie set in the 80s, better in its sure-footed build-up than at its climax. Helmed by Ti West, The House of the Devil features Jocelin Donahue as a vulnerable, impoverished college student trying to rustle up a deposit on a new flat. She takes a one-off babysitting job for a mysterious employer. What follows is slow-burn terror that owes not little to Ira Levin's Rosemary's Baby, but is none the worse for that. It's refreshing to see a genre move concentrate on atmosphere before delivering the requisite grue.

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