Return to House on Haunted Hill (Unrated)
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It started when five people agreed to spend one night in a haunted house . . . What began as an evening of fun a harmless scares in exchange for one million dollars to anyone who stayed the night--and survived--soon turned into a night of terror. Years later, several more people risk their lives in search of a cursed statue of Baphomet, a relic worth millions that will come at the cost of their souls. Now, the terror begins when the doomed Return to House on Haunted Hill.]]>
- Character confessionals gallery
- The Search for an Idol: Dr. Richard Hammer's Quest
- Additional scenes
- "Simple Survival" Mushroom Head music video
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It has to be said that the film, Return to House on Haunted Hill, is not anywhere near the calibre of the 1999 version. However, I don't think you can fairly compare a horror movie that sported an Oscar winner to a straight-to-DVD shocker.
Obviously, the producers of this movie decided early on that they were not going to waste their budget on "big-name" stars. There are only a few recognizable faces. And the only person that reprises his role from the earlier film is Jeffrey (re-animator) Combs.
The movie itself is definitely worth a watch. It does not have any pretensions, and I doubt whether it will be on anyone's top-ten horror movie lists. But it has enough thrills and chills to keep viewers interested. The sense of eerie menace that radiated from the House on Haunted Hill in the first instalment is still there. The visual effects seem unbounded and without flaw. And, of course, the exceptional Combs is as spooky as ever. Also, there are more than a few glimpses of naked women (who, to me, seem to be only one carrot-stick away from anorexics), which is a bit annoying. But I am sure the boys, and maybe even some of the girls, in the audience will love that.
In short, Return to House on Haunted Hill is a cheap and tacky gore fest.Read more ›
This film could have been more, but like i said it tries too hard with the noise and camera twitching, some generally average CGI and almost annoying "talkin' s***" that it bogs it down a bit. The bonuses are pathetic - instead of doing some interesting making of or interviews, they try to do this silly reality TV "confessions" which is nothing more than more of that annoying banter.
Still i found that it still delivered even with these, no where near as cool as the first but still holds up enough for some decent kills and Jeffery Combs and Creepy Asylum goodness.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Had to be the biggest, over-hyped piece of junk I've ever seen. There are moments of the film where the characters are supposedly in fear of their lives yet are walking so slow and... Read morePublished 2 months ago by HeyBoss!
Soft porn actors meets tv school special actors. Throw in some fake Halloween blood, and you've recreated Return to House on Haunted Hill.Published 4 months ago by Katmando
The product was just as expected. The movie wasn't spectacular but I was just looking for a horror movie that I hadn't seen yet.Published 5 months ago by Kyle C.
Literally one of the worst movies ever. The script is ridiculous. There's nothing believable about any of the characters actions. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Pozzi
How in the heck does this turd get a blu ray release before the first and better film? Booooo!Published 5 months ago by Demented D
Once more, an intrepid band of bad (and good guys) enters the house on haunted hill. This time there is no party and no reward unless you count a creepy idol hidden deep in the... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Einsatz