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Return to House on Hanted Hill (Unrated Version) [HD DVD]

3.2 out of 5 stars 76 customer reviews

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Sarah Wolfe was the only living survivor from the massacre at the Vanacutt Mansion, but no one believed her claims that ghosts were responsible for the gruesome murders that took place there. Now her recent and questionable suicide leaves her sister, Ariel, no choice but to devote herself to finding out who - or what - was responsible for her death. Ariel discovers that Sarah sent her the diary of the sadistic Dr. Vanacutt just before she died, offering clues to the diabolical evil that resides within the house. But the diary also makes Ariel a target in a deadly treasure hunt that leads a group of unwitting victims back to the Vanacutt Mansion, reawakening the terror imprisoned within the house on the hill. This time, the house and the evil spirits inside are out to make sure that no one leaves alive.

Product Details

  • Actors: Amanda Righetti, Cerina Vincent, Erik Palladino, Tom Riley, Andrew Lee Potts
  • Directors: Víctor García
  • Writers: Robb White, William Massa
  • Producers: Adam Kuhn, Charles V. Bender, Erik Olsen, Ethan Erwin, Joel Silver
  • Format: Anamorphic, Color, Dolby, Subtitled, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English, French, Spanish
  • Aspect Ratio: 2.40:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated:
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  • Studio: Warner Home Video
  • DVD Release Date: October 16, 2007
  • Run Time: 79 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (76 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000UUX2ZK
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #146,235 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Return to House on Hanted Hill (Unrated Version) [HD DVD]" on IMDb

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I keep reading the reviews posted here and everyone keeps saying Sarah was the only survivor. Maybe all of you have a different version of the movie, mine shows her AND Eddie Baker on the ledge at the end. Did she push him off the ledge? I hope your reviews on the sequel are more accurate
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Eight years have elapsed since Eddie and Sara escaped from The House on Haunted Hill. Sara, as you would expect, has had a few issues dealing with what she saw on The Hill. However, I wouldn't worry too much about her. She is murdered within the first few minutes of the film. Enter her sister, Ariel, who wants to know why her sister died. Of course, discovering why Sara was murdered has to involve a trip back to Dr. Vannacutt's asylum. And then, the supernatural slaughter begins...
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.
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The return to the house isn't too shabby and worth a rainy day viewing. Though littered with the ever annoying TWITCHY CAM and eye-rolling speed cuts, it still manages to be a pretty good horror film. It could have used more atmosphere and you would think being in a creepy asylum, you'd get that but they chose screechy sounds and speed cuts to try "thrill" you and it gets a bit annoying.

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.
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The Hi-def "choose your own outcome" feature is neat and good for a couple hours of entertainment. My criticism would be that there are not enough outcomes/different 'paths' to take...Although it is quite entertaining to encounter the 'game-over' ending roughly in the middle of the flick. If you're curious about this feature, you might enjoy this movie. The film itself, whether in edited/interactive or unedited form, is pretty weak. It doesn't scare and the dialogue, as expected, leaves much to be desired.
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I love horror movies, but this one just doesn't cut the grade. I enjoyed the original House on Haunted Hill movie, but the Return to House on Haunted Hill the sequel leaves a lot to be desired. The death scenes are down right silly at best. Worst of all there is absolutely nothing scary about this movie, just lots of bad dialogue. Many of the free independent short films on you tube are far superior to this movie. I wish I could get my $2.99 rental fee back.
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Usually I hate watching Part 2 to anything. Usually the sequal isn't as good as the first. Even though it was a sequal to a remake it wasn't bad. I happend to like the remake of "House on Haunted Hill" as well as the original. If you liked the remake to "House on Haunted Hill" then you will like the "Return to House on Haunted Hill". It follows up where the fist left off. This time they tell us how the asylum became evil and is more of an origins film. If you wondered how the asylum became evil this will answer your questions. In a time where orgins films are coming out, it is rare for a horror origins film. I know they tried with "Nightmare on Elm Street", the remake. It tells how Krueger became Krueger. Well this tells you how the house on haunted hill became evil. It has tons of blood and gore. Sexy ghosts as well as some good effects. This is not your typical B-horror. This has good acting and great effects. Something you usually don't find in a B-movie. If you hated the remake of "House on Haunted Hill" you will hate this film. If you liked this "House on Haunted Hill"(the remake) or "Ghost Ship" you will like this sequal.
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