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While they gather at the train station, the film slips into slapstick Monkees territory: a shoemaker croons as Fantasy's crush object, Mr. Tôgô (Kiyohiko Ozaki), trips over Gorgeous's green-eyed cat, Blanche. The girls make it to the country without incident, but the moment they arrive at the cobweb-covered estate, freaky things start happening: Auntie (Yôko Minamida) and Blanche, for instance, have met before. The ladies delight in the weirdness, enjoying a meal and exploring the grounds, but then Mac disappears. Auntie and Blanche, meanwhile, find novel ways to entertain themselves. Soon, mirrors are cracking, mattresses are flying, blood is flowing, and a piano goes berserk. There's only so much the girls can do, so they pin their hopes on Tôgô--and his sideburns--to set things right.
House arrives for the first time in the United States with a testimonial from House of the Devil director Ti West, who declares it "one of the most original films I've ever seen"; Emotion, an experimental short; and a featurette in which Obayashi credits his daughter, Chigumi, for several plot points. Fans of Carrie, Suspiria, The Evil Dead, and Pee-Wee's Playhouse: meet your new cinematic obsession. --Kathleen C. Fennessy
The special effects are great, and the acting is pretty funny as well.
You will probably be saying “what the heck just happened?” several times during this film, but somehow I think this is all part of the experience.
While touted as a "horror" film, this most resembles an art film, one of the more experimental variety, and it is masterfully-shot and -directed.
This is a classic movie & for me its okay. Ive read some of the review and got curious because of its high rating. Read morePublished 3 days ago by poutylips76
my favorite movie ever! please check out this rare film. It's awesome.Published 1 month ago by Jazz Heartsong
Perfect horror comedy film. Incredibly dream like. Over the top special effects make it humorous and creepy. Perfect performance from all actors/actress. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Mitchell Forman Schnapp
This is cracked out even for Japan. I highly recommend this sureal film.Published 1 month ago by Steven Brent Mcmichen
I think this might be the best hidden gem of a movie in existence, never have I cared so little of the incoherent nature of the house and its cannibal tendenancies. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Tony
This has to be the weirdest movie I’ve watched in awhile….or maybe ever. Hausu is a bizarrely offbeat, psychedelic, comedy-horror, Japanese haunted house/ghost movie. Read morePublished 3 months ago by fra7299
There are movies where you can explain the plot and not have the other person scratching their head. This is not one of those films. Read morePublished 3 months ago by M Lizarraga
Was it good? I don't know.
Did I understand everything that happened. Doubt it.
Was I entertained? Very. Read more