By Jerome Reuter
It seems for the past few years a film directed by Ti West entitled The House Of The Devil has achieved massive amounts of praise. Truth be told, this is a film that deserves every bit of praise that’s been spoken about it.
Unlike a lot of other American horror films which have been released in the last 10 years, this one stands aside from the herd. This film does have it’s faults, but they’re minimal and quite easy to overlook. It’s quite easy to explain why this film is so enjoyable .This is a work that appeals to the old time cult horror fans, and newcomers alike. West takes us back to the Satanic panic of the 1980’s, and gives us his take on the genre.
Even the opening title sequence reminds us of Lucio Fulci’s The House By The Cemetery It does have that throwback element…
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