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There is a place near old Londontown where seemingly "normal" people congregate to abandon their mundane lives and problems. They call it the House of Sin, the man in charge is known only as "The Mage". No one knows who he is or where he came from, nor do they care. In the House of Sin, they are free to explore every desire, perversion and emotion, to be humiliated and dominated or to be the one cracking the whip, to become someone or something else, engaging in bizarre behavior that would not be at all acceptable in the "real world".
Prepare to be shocked and even disgusted by what goes on behind these closed doors and to wonder if your neighbors and people you see on the street everyday might be searching for the same thing, to pursue their wild fantasies unbridled by the rules of a "sane" society.
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House of Sin is a strange and unique British film that you will never forget. Dare to enter the House of Sin and reveal your darkest desires.
This movie isn't for everybody--that being said, I loved it. It's a good story and a very interesting thought--a place where people can be as bad as they wanna be. Read morePublished on June 5, 2013 by Shane
I think everyone wonders what they might be like in a society without any social boundaries or morality at all. Read morePublished on May 12, 2013 by kdeva7
This film was very racy yet, my eyes were glued to the screen the whole movie. Good plot, backed up by good acting led to an enjoyable movie experience.Published on June 24, 2011 by June Stirling
I feel this film is geared more towards the open minded, or maybe not?? This film takes you on a suspenseful, erotic experience. Read morePublished on June 4, 2011 by Smiley M
I really thought this was a good movie, a little off the cuff and full of suspense. Check it out - not a porno - a drama about a house where people go to live their wildest... Read morePublished on March 25, 2011 by Marion Mazzia