From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia The House is a 2017 American comedy film directed by Andrew J. Cohen, and co-written by Cohen and Brendan O'Brien.
- $34.2 million
- Andrew Feltenstein, John Nau
- $40 million
- June 30, 2017 (TCL Chinese Theatre), June 30, 2017 (United States)
House is a 1986 American comedy horror film directed by Steve Miner, produced by Sean S. Cunningham, and starring William Katt, George Wendt, Richard Moll, and Kay Lenz.Co-written by Fred Dekker, the film tells the story of a troubled author who lives in his deceased aunt's house and soon falls victim to the house being haunted.
House is a 2008 horror film directed by Robby Henson, starring Reynaldo Rosales, Heidi Dippold and Michael Madsen. It is based on the novel of the same name by Frank E. Peretti and Ted Dekker. It covers the events that take place one night in an old, rustic inn in Alabama, where four guests and three owners find themselves locked in by a homicidical maniac. The maniac claims to have killed God and threatens to murder all seven of them, unless they produce the dead body of one of them by dawn.
In the prologue, the film depicts a panicky man who, for unknown reasons, murders his wife with a shotgun. The main storyline opens with Jack and Stephanie, a bickering young couple, who are lost while driving through the backwoods. We soon learn that they are on their way to meet a marriage counselor. After getting bad directions from a state trooper, the couple get into a car accident when they run over some spiked metal in the road, which Jack dismisses as discarded scrap metal; they find ano
The film received a rating of R for some violence and terror. The film was given a limited release to theaters on November 7, 2008, where it opened in 25th place with a weekend earning of $327,445. In total it earned $575,048 during its U.S. theatrical run. The film was released to DVD on April 7, 2009 via Lions Gate Entertainment.
The review aggregator website Rotten Tomatoes reported a 0% approval rating with an average rating of 2.83/10, based on 12 reviews. Metacritic assigned a score of 24 out of 100, based on 4 critics, indicating "generally unfavorable reviews". Luke Y. Thompson of The Village Voice criticized Rosales and Dippold as the protagonists, calling them, "overly bland and poorly cast," and the lack of screen time for Madsen, Temple, Moseley and Easterbrook as the antagonists. Thompson also praised their pe
House Theatrical release poster Japaneseハウス HepburnHausu Directed byNobuhiko Obayashi Produced by Nobuhiko Obayashi Yorihiko Yamada Screenplay byChiho Katsura Story byChigumi Obayashi Starring Kimiko Ikegami Miki Jinbo Ai Matubara Kumiko Oba Mieko Sato Eriko Tanaka Masayo Miyako Yōko Minamida Music by Asei Kobayashi Mickie Yoshino CinematographyYoshitaka Sakamoto Edited byNobuo Ogawa Production company Toho Distributed byToho Release date July 30, 1977 Running time 88 minutes...
In Japan, a young girl known as Gorgeous, so called for her beauty, has plans for a summer vacation with her father who had been in Italy scoring film music. Her father returns home and surprises Gorgeous by announcing she has a new stepmother, Ryoko Ema. This upsets Gorgeous, whose mother had died eight years earlier. Gorgeous goes to her bedroom and writes a letter to her aunt asking to come visit her for the summer instead. Gorgeous' aunt replies and allows her to come visit. Gorgeous invites
Following the success of the American film Jaws, a proposition came from the Toho film studio for Nobuhiko Obayashi to develop a similar script. To find inspiration for the story, Obayashi discussed ideas with his pre-teen daughter Chigumi Obayashi. Nobuhiko sought her ideas, bel
The script for House was green-lit shortly after being presented to Toho. No directors at Toho were interested in directing the film as they felt it would end their career. Obayashi proposed that he would direct it but was turned down as he was not a staff member at Toho. House d
Obayashi recalled that his producer told him that Toho was tired of losing money on comprehensible films and were ready to let Obayashi direct the House script, which they felt was incomprehensible. Toho officially green-lit the film's production after the success of the radio dr
House was first released on 30 July 1977 in Japan, where it was distributed by Toho. It was originally released as a double feature with the romance film Pure Hearts in Mud. Toho did not expect House to be successful, but the film became a commercial hit, becoming specifically popular with a youth audience. House was not officially screened in the United States until the distribution rights were bought by Janus Films to be released as part of their Eclipse line of DVDs. The Eclipse brand was ori
The film did not receive many reviews in Japan on its initial release. The general reception among Japanese critics who did review the film was negative. Nobuhiko Obayashi won the Blue Ribbon Award for Best New Director in 1978 for House, and, on House's theatrical screenings across North America, the film began to receive generally favorable reviews. House was The New York Times critics pick stating that "Mr. Obayashi has created a true fever dream of a film, one in which the young female imagi
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Jun 30, 2017 · Directed by Andrew Jay Cohen. With Will Ferrell, Amy Poehler, Ryan Simpkins, Jason Mantzoukas. After the town takes away their daughter's college scholarship, a couple start an illegal casino in their friend's house to make back the money.
- Andrew Jay Cohen
Roger Cobb (William Katt), an author of horror novels, is a troubled man. He has recently separated from his wife (Kay Lenz); their only son has disappeared without a trace; and his favorite aunt (Susan French), has just died, an apparent suicide by hanging. On top of everything else, it has been more than a year since the release of his latest book and he is being pressured by his publisher to write another. To the chagrin of his fans and publisher, Cobb plans a novel based on his experiences in Vietnam instead of another horror story. It is not so much that he is interested in the subject, it is more a way of purging himself of the horrors he experienced while there. After his aunt's funeral, instead of selling her house, as recommended by the estate attorney, Cobb decides to live there for a while to try to write. Having spent a great deal of time in the house as a child, there are many memories still there for him. After moving in, Cobb begins to have powerful graphic nightmares...William Katt as Roger CobbGeorge Wendt as Harold GortonRichard Moll as Big BenKay Lenz as Sandy Sinclair
House opened in 1,440 theaters on February 28, 1986 and grossed $5,923,972 in its opening weekend, missing first place to Pretty in Pink. By the end of its run,Housegrossed $19,444,631 at the domestic box office, making it a moderate commercial success due to its $3,000,000 budget. The film holds a 50% 'Rotten' rating on movie review aggregator website Rotten Tomatoes, based on ten reviews.
In 1987, Richard Moll and Kay Lenz were both nominated for Saturn Awards. Director Steve Miner won a Critics' Award for his work on the film and was nominated for an International Fantasy Film Award.
The soundtrack for House was released on vinyl, cassette tape and CD in 1987. The soundtrack runs approximately 51:14 and has 25 songs that were featured inHouse and House II: The Second Story. Side one 1. "Opening Titles" 2. "The Abduction" 3. "Hey, Roy!" 4. "A Fiery Sandywitch" 5. "Ding-Bat Attack" 6. "2nd Hand" 7. "Viet Memories/The Chimney" 8. "Big Ben Chase" 9. "Cujo, The Racoon" 10. "Viet Rescue" 11. "TransparAuntie" 12. "Roger Gets a Wand" 13. "Close Shave" Side two 1. "Opening Titles" 2. "An Alternate Universe" 3. "Avast Ye Azteacs" 4. "There's a Jungle in There!" 5. "Skulldiggery" 6. "Looking for the Varmit Who Shot My Father" 7. "Arnold the Barbarian" 8. "Petra, Petra, Petra" 9. "I Love You, Gramps" 10. "A Rare Commodity" 11. "Finale Grande" 12. "End Titles"
Mar 04, 2016 · Storyline Two German soldiers have taken a Norwegian soldier as prisoner, on one of the coldest Scandinavian winter nights, during WW2. They are thankful when they find a lonely house out in the wilderness, but the house is not that cozy after all. Plot Summary | Add Synopsis
- Reinert Kiil
The Lake House was released on DVD, Blu-ray Disc and HD DVD on September 26, 2006 by Warner Home Video. It was the first film to be simultaneously released on all three formats on the same day, and Warner became the first studio to issue a title in this manner. 
5 Against the House is a 1955 American heist film and noir directed by Phil Karlson and starring Guy Madison, Kim Novak and Brian Keith.Based on a story by Jack Finney, the film centers on a fictional robbery of what was a real Nevada casino, Harold's Club.