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House Of Sin (2011)

John Symes , Nik Spencer , Philip Gardiner  |  Unrated |  DVD
3.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (10 customer reviews)

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  • Actors: John Symes, Nik Spencer, Sarah Dunn
  • Directors: Philip Gardiner
  • Format: Color, Dolby, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: All Regions
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: Chemical Burn Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: March 22, 2011
  • Run Time: 80 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (10 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B004GB5BY4
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #267,130 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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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.
Featuring music videos by rap star Dap C, and rock band No Redemption.
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.

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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
When I came across the tiny and very underground zombie epic "The Defiled," it made me curious about the rogue and gutsy agency responsible for the film. So, I also checked out Chemical Burn's "Cam Girl"--a micro-budgeted thriller filmed entirely in a small apartment with one actress. Both of these films represent well what can be accomplished in movie making completely outside the conventional film scene. These guys are rebels! Utilizing some of the homemade principles that helped to create "Cam Girl," the same team upped the stakes for the larger and more complex "House of Sin." But, in the land of excess, bigger does not always translate into better. With more actors, more plotting, and more moving parts--the film suffers with it oddball pairing of sexploitation, mysticism, and psychology. Too staid and humorless to provide real ooh la la, "House of Sex" attempts to be an arty exploration of human sexuality and the results are painfully awkward.

The eerie house showcased on the DVD cover really has nothing to do with the film. The house is actually a stark and meagerly furnished apartment. The notorious house is a place of sexual freedom where people come to explore their darkest feelings and realize their true identity. Mostly this means that women come to the house to participate in mild lesbianism. The establishment is presided over by a rather distasteful man called only the mage. The mage is supposedly imbued with an almost hypnotic power and the place is a shrine to his essence. His right hand man struggles with the morality of the mage's power--does he exploit or help visitors? As he becomes more intricately involved, the question weighs heavily on his soul.
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3.0 out of 5 stars What's Your Sin? August 28, 2011
This movie reminded me of an erotic and less gory version of Hostile. Remember that movie where the wealthy could act out any fantasy they had? Those fantasies seemed to revolve around torture and murder, while in House of Sin sex is on the menu--and there's a huge variety! Why do I love Philip Gardiner films? He's living a dream, that's why. He has the ambition to follow what intrigues him and makes films from them. It's also interesting to see him "grow" over the years. His films get better, tighter, and more intriguing. I'm always wondering what he'll come up with next. House of Sin didn't disappoint me. There's enough eroticism without downright porn. It's eerie and weird, without making your stomach churn (which I felt while watching Hostile!) What would you do if you entered a house like this? What fantasies do you keep locked up? Or would it shock and disgust you to enter this home?
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4.0 out of 5 stars Shane June 5, 2013
By Shane
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. I'm sure everyone's wished for that at one point or another.
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4.0 out of 5 stars A society without social boundaries May 12, 2013
By kdeva7
I think everyone wonders what they might be like in a society without any social boundaries or morality at all. This explores that thought, and while the movie isn't exactly porn, it alludes to some serious perversion in a most effective manner. It's just a raunchy premise, and I won't lie, that's what got me to purchase this film. There was enough of a plot though to keep me interested, which I didn't expect at all! It's actually a good story as well as a good raunchy fantasy fest.
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3.0 out of 5 stars Poor-man's Playboy Mansion September 10, 2011
The house of the title is an old Victorian somewhere in Britain (Bob Villa not in sight), where people come by to indulge their sexual fantasies, like the middle-class housewife who drops in to be a temporary sex-slave. It's sort of a poor man's Playboy mansion, with a touch of "Big Brother." The women enjoy sex, getting spanked, a little bondage--that's about it. It's all in good fun, "strictly" soft-core and the women are all attractive but not supermodels. If your preference is for "mature" or "chubby," you'll be at home here.

Most of the sex is displayed in slow-mo, heavy-metal, music-video style. There's a token story and a couple of sub-plots, but that's just something to hang the nudity on.

Though "the making-of" documentary afterwards contains a lot of additional material, it's probably a mistake--this is one case where the fantasy should stand--looking behind the curtain can spoil it.
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