Starring William Katt’s sweaters.
House is a great comedy horror movie in which William Katt must do battle with his own haunted memories inside the old family home of his youth.
The doors are doors to parallel dimensions, the mirrors lead to abyss like shadow realms, the neighbours are of the nosey snoopy kind and the visions are very real.
Great creature effects work, some stunt choreography by the mighty Kane Hodder, a script with the mark of Fred Dekker and very well directed by Steve Miner.
One of the coolest skeletal villains shows up at the end like a living Iron Maiden album cover.
Buzz off from He Man even makes an appearance.
HOUSE, is up there with the best of fun eighties comedy horror.