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House of Demons (2018)

House of Demons (2018)

Kaytlin BorgenMorgan Peter BrownDove MeirWhitney Moore
Patrick Meaney


House of Demons (2018) is a English movie. Patrick Meaney has directed this movie. Kaytlin Borgen,Morgan Peter Brown,Dove Meir,Whitney Moore are the starring of this movie. It was released in 2018. House of Demons (2018) is considered one of the best Drama,Fantasy,Horror,Sci-Fi,Thriller movie in India and around the world.

Four estranged friends reunite and spend the night in a remote country house that was once home to a Manson Family like cult. As the night goes on, the strange rituals in the house's past open connections between the past, the present and the subconscious, forcing all the characters to confront their deepest secrets and darkest demons, or be destroyed by them. It's a blend of The Shining style freaky horror with the emotional character focus of a film like Magnolia. The film stars a number of prominent geek culture personalities including Amber Benson (Buffy the Vampire Slayer), Chloe Dykstra (Heroes of Cosplay), Tiffany Smith (DC All Access), etc.


House of Demons (2018) Reviews

  • Truly Awful


    This film is an intelligible mess. Flash backs and cut aways in abundance with a Demon was just not gruesome or anything really and it was Demon and not Demons as the title suggested. The editing, Wow! it was like the rushes had been dropped on the floor and in a panic had been hurriedly put together whilst wearing oven gloves. I am sure someone smarter than me will point out what I have missed.

  • Trip House


    The film swaps back and forth between the present and 1969 through the channeling of energy by Katrina (Whitney Moore ) and some LSD. Things blend and merge and is mainly concerned with a car accident where Santa Claus is not killed and a man becomes a mental vegetable. We also disjointed flashbacks to everyone's past and oh yeah, there is a demon and I am not sure what role the demon played in this confused mess. Guide: F-word. No sex or nudity...just a spanking.

  • Not what you'd expect, but much more...


    I had to come and put a review on here because I really like this movie and I hope more people that will appreciate it will get to see it. It's not the typical expected horror film, but instead uses horror elements and psychedelic sci-fi elements as a framework to delve deep into the mind. The film cuts between the present, the past, memories of the characters, and their visualizations. My friend and I watched it and had totally different reactions. I loved it and thought it was fresh and original and entrancing. He was expecting more of a straightforward horror and thought it was confusing and basically hated it. I was able to get him to slightly come around so I'm pretty proud of that! So, it seems to definitely be a love it or hate it movie. Here's why I was on the "love it" side: I'd definitely recommend to watch it as it's not something you'll see anywhere else. I'd be curious to see the if the film develops a cult following because it definitely feels like that kind of vibe.

  • Demonic Night


    A horror film that probes into the psyche. Not your run of the mill blood and guts nightmare thriller. Cast includes Buffy the Vampire Slayer's "Tara", a charismatic actress and creative filmmaker in her own right (Amber Benson). What more could a movie lover hope for? Give it a try.

  • David Lynch Fans Rejoice!


    In a day where horror audiences have seen demons and psychos kill people in every way possible, House of Demons offers a fresh take. A talented cast and crew confront big ideas in this small budget indie. The cinematography and editing, while at times disorienting, are exciting, emotional, and vivid. The film isn't scary in the black cat jumping out, cheap scare way. Instead it's more of a moody ominous tone, psychological tension, and existential dread. I found myself multiple times reacting to the film in the way I did with Mulholland Drive or Twin Peaks - terrified and wanting to scream out while simultaneously wowed (and almost giddy) by the and thrilled by the execution of those scenes. So happy to see more films that are able to do that. If you check out House of Demons you will be taken places you didn't expect and believe it or not may even come out of the film inspired. I highly recommend it!


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