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The Perfect House

USA 2012
produced by
Hans Hernke, Rendy Kent, Andrea Vahl, Kris Hulbert (executive), Casey Scott MacPherson (executive), Lisa Hernke (associate), Korey Knecht (associate), Lorrie Remington (associate), Philip Shin (associate), Steven M. Smith (associate), Jonathan Tiersten (associate), Felissa Rose (co) for Bagboy Productions, Gratwick Films, Prime Films
directed by Kris Hulbert, Randy Kent
starring Felissa Rose, Jonathan Tiersten, John Philbin, Dustin Stevens, Monique Parent, Andrea Vahl, William A. Robertson, Kris Smith, Timothy Dugan, Alex Markousis, Michael Wagner, Holly Greene, Hans Hernke, Becky Friedman, Angelina Leigh, Jamie Lee Baker, Tyler Nemeth, Evan Vallaincourt, Alan Kroll, Chris Raab
written by Kris Hulbert, special effects by Anomaly Effects

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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A recently married couple (Andrea Vahl, William A. Robertson) think they've found the perfect house, and for cheap, too ... that is until their real estate agent (Monique Parent) shows them the basement, which gives them the shivers - and it should, too, as while their are no more traces of this now, many really bad things have happened there ...

  • A family (Kris Smith, Timothy Dugan, Alex Markousis, Michael Wagner) retreat to the basement during a tornado, and it doesn't take long until the parents (Smith, Dugan) start fighting. Then the lights go out ... and when they come back on, the parents are dead, murdered ...
  • A psychopath (Jonathan Tiersten) brings a new victim to the basement every Tuesday to keep him or her in a cage for a couple of days, then kill him or her in whichever diabolical manner he sees fit. He has two cages though, and the other one is occupied by a woman (Holly Greene) and has been for the last five years - as the psychopath considers her his muse, while she thinks it's a fate worse than death ...
  • An annoyed neighbour (Dustin Stevens) has trapped a family (Felissa Rose, John Philbin, Jamie Lee Baker, Tyler Nemeth, Evan Vallaincourt) in the basement to torture and kill them and have his revenge for htem having the perfect family life he never had ...

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The Perfect House is a wonderfully mean little film: While graphic in its depiction of violence and certainly not for the faint of heart, it does focus more on its three stories though, trying (and succeeding) to tell them rather than to just use them as hangers for more and more blood and guts (which the film has plenty of). And add to that a competent ensemble cast playing a set of well carved out characters, and a directorial effort focusing on story and characters rather than just gore, and you've got yourself a nice little film.


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