TV & Film:Film Reviews
11. Steve Miner‘s House (1985)
What if Dean Koontz was a Vietnam vet with trouble remembering the name of the AK-47, a very bland collection of plunging V-neck sweaters, a weird thing for little boys, and a flippin’ sweet real estate inheritance? He would probably be the main character of Steve Miner’s 1985 comedy(?) horror film: House! This movie certainly does, and you can take that to the bank! What am I talking about? Who can say?! Join us as we realize so many things about a movie with what is almost certainly one of the top-10 intentionally wall-mounted horror movie props of the mid 1980s!
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