Ladies and gentlemen, I present you one of the biggest marketing gimmicks, one of the most outstanding examples of manipulation towards film audience in cinema history: Death House.
Writing about the best and worst horror remakes of all time is a very hard task, therefore I called in the cavalry!
I’ve been waiting to write this analysis and explanation piece for a while and now, over the course of three days and after rewatching the film twice, I’ve finally made it!
Only a few movies on this long-lasting list are ground-breaking enough to having given popularity to an entire sub-genre. One of them is The Blair Witch Project, responsible for the endless stream of found-footage flicks that came out ever since 1999. Thank you *insert sarcasm here*.
This entirely shot on camera, late 90s film is also famous for its lack of conventional plot and proper action, which makes its success and great receptions even more amazing.