It seems there are more movies coming out this Halloween season that I’ve not heard hide nor hair of before. All off a sudden they have posters, trailers, interactive games, etc. Am I just unobservant or are these movies creeping up on us?
The latest example is Robby Henson’s House, based on the novel by Ted Dekker and Frank Peretti. The film goes down in rural Alabama, where two couples being chased by a maniacal killer who calls himself The Tin Man have holed up in a house, in which they soon find themselves trapped. The Tin Man tells them that the only way they can get out is if they kill one of the four, if they haven’t done so by sunrise, all of them will die.
Dekker and Peretti are both religious writers, so expect that House is going to have a pretty thick element of good vs. evil. This isn’t the first time Henson’s adapted one of Dekker’s books either; his debut film, “>Thr3e (review), which stared former “Buffy” love interest Marc Blucas, was based on one of the man’s books as well.
House has a limited theatrical release planned for November 14th; sounds like just the right kind of movie to get you in the mood for the holidays, no? IGN got its hands on the trailer for it, which you can check out below.
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