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The House of the Devil

The House of the Devil

The director has earned great prestige in the world of fear, for Cabin Fever 2, for example, or The Roost. The movie made its debut at the New York festival par excellence, Tribeca, the cinematographic fantasy organised by Robert De Niro. However, the real stir was caused by the presence in this sober rendition of an 80s horror film filmed in 2008 with an actress who was the muse for the Warhol Factory and the Velvet Underground, in addition to appearing in Bartel’s Eating Raul. We’re talking about Mary Woronov who is joined by Dee Wallace who had a terrible time in The Hills Have Eyes and later went on to be ET’s adoptive mother on Earth. So what’s The House of Devil about? It’s about a girl who’s given a babysitting job at a house where the family have laid ‘succulent’ plans for her...

Estados Unidos, 2009
Dirección: Ti West
Producción: Josh Braun,
Roger Kass, Larry Fessenden, Peter Phok / Glass Eye Pix
Guión: Ti West
Fotografía: Eliot Rockett
Música: Jeff Grace
Montaje: Ti West
Intérpretes: Jocelin Donahue, Greta Gerwig, Mary Woronov, Tom Noonan, A. J. Bowen
Duración: 95 minutos
MPI Media Group
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2009 - Semana de Cine Fantástico y de Terror. Unidad de Cine.
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