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Directed by B. Harrison Smith
Written by B. Harrison Smith & Gunnar Hansen
Starring Cody Longo, Cortney Palm, Adrienne Barbeau, Michael Berryman, Barbara Crampton, Sid Haig, Lindsay Hartley, Kane Hodder, Lloyd Kaufman, Camille Keaton, Bill Moseley, Tony Todd, Dee Wallace, Vincent M. Ward, Vernon Wells, Steven Chase, Lauren Compton, Bernhard Forcher, R.A. Mihailoff, Sean Whalen, Bill Oberst Jr., Debbie Rochon, Felissa Rose, Richard Speight Jr., Nicole Cinaglia, Kenny Ray Powell, Joseph Ferrante, Brinke Stevens, Stelio Savante, Tiffany Shepis, Beverly Randolph, Larry Zerner, Yan Birch, Elissa Dowling, Michael Guarnera, Steve Nappe, Gabrielle Stone
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DEATH HOUSE is wall to wall fun, filled with monstrous cameos from practically everyone who is everyone in horror. While it definitely is a film that has lofty goals, it actually achieves most of them, despite an obvious low budget. If you’ve been to a horror convention in the last few years and have walked the celebrity row, you’re going to find a lot of familiar faces in this film. It’s a nostalgic love letter to the horror genre. It’s far from a perfect film, but it is something that will make horror fans smile from ear to ear.

Some of the worst criminals, serial killers, madmen, and monsters are housed in the Death House. When a power outage results in a breakout in the deepest and darkest levels od the facility, a pair of special agents must dive into the abyss and instill order to the chaos unleashed. Both with troubled pasts, the specialists must take on humanity’s dankest, most ruthless foes before they get to the top level and escape.

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