Wednesday, 13 February 2013

Horror Review: The Perfect House (2010)

Three unique horror stories connected by a bookend story tells of the horrifying past a young couples potential dream house has endured.

This film has been on my radar for a while, as a HUGE fan of the "Sleepaway Camp" films it was great to hear Felissa Rose and Jonathan Tiersten appearing in the same feature, also as a fan of Anthology Horror films I felt like I was on to a winner. I wasn't wrong.

Have you ever wondered what past a house has? Like the old saying goes - "If only these walls could talk". Well here we have a chance to see what bloody past a house can have, it can make you wonder about what has gone in the house you live in before you arrived.

We're introduced to a newly-wed couple who are viewing what seems to be their perfect house and luckily enough, it's in their price range. This where the stories start to begin unfolding and reveal what dark past this seemingly amazing house has.

Our first past segment starts with a family being invited over to Dinner at their neighbours house, little do they know he has something in-store for them. It's a fantastic story that shows how you can only push someone so far. The second past segment is a story of a psychotic killer who keeps his victims caged up in his basement, it's also where he likes to torture them. This was my favourite of the film and my only problem with it was that it was so good I felt it could've been made in-to a full length feature itself.

The stories wrap around one another and concludes with a sensational ending. I won't say too much about it all as I don't want to ruin it for you before you see it but I do highly recommend it!

The film is doing a temporary feature (this month only) where when you watch the film money will be donated to the Roswell Park Cancer Institution, what easier and better way can you do a good deed than to watch a fantastic film and whilst being entertained you can take joy in the knowledge that you made a difference.

If you would like to watch the trailer, rent or even buy "The Perfect House" then just click on the video below for details:

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