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The House of The Devil

Preview by Jack Foley

DVD SPECIAL FEATURES: Commentary with Writer-Director – Editor Ti West and actress Jocelin Donahue; In The House of the Devil – Behind the scenes; Three Deleted Scenes.

SET IN the 80s and directed by master of horror Ti West (Cabin Fever 2), The House of the Devil stars Jocelin Donahue as pretty cash strapped college student Samantha.

Desperate to find a deposit on a new flat, Samantha accepts a one off babysitting job for a rather sinister sounding employer. The money is too good to turn down so Samantha puts her doubts aside and sets off with her boisterous friend Megan who insists on coming along to make sure all is ok.

The house turns out to be an eerie and isolated mansion quite a bit further out of town and upon arrival both the girls feel uncomfortable. However when the employer agrees to up Samantha’s wage, she is persuaded to stay and Megan promises to return at midnight to collect her.

However, no sooner does Megan leave but things begin to spiral out of control and Samantha soon finds herself trapped in the house.

As a lunar eclipse darkens the night sky, Samantha finds that her employers – cult favourites Tom Noonon (Manhunter) and Mary Woronov (Rock and Roll High School) – have something truly terrifying in store for her and it soon becomes clear that she will end this night with a bloody fight for her life.

Acclaimed across the world as an unrelenting, unforgettable journey into the darkest realms of fear itself, The House of the Devil will make you pray for the dawn.

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Certificate: 18
Running time: 90mins
UK DVD Release: March 29, 2010