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Science fiction and horror collide once again in Our House, a new “sci-fi skin-crawler” that tells the story of a brother and sister who, in an attempt to harness wireless electricity, accidentally unlock a doorway to the afterlife and bring their parents back from the dead. Unfortunately, the spirits that occupy their home aren’t exactly happy about the family reunion – they’re shadowy figures with smoky tendrils for fingers, and things seem to get spookier from there.
I was fully expecting a needle-drop of the ear-wormy 1982 “Our House” song by Madness, but that kind of head-boppy music does not even remotely match with the tone of this film. Maybe it’ll be used ironically over the closing credits.
House - Feature - Debut - Director - Anthony
Our House marks the solo feature debut of director Anthony Scott Burns, who previously directed the “Father’s Day” segment of the 2016 horror film Holidays. Burns also co-wrote a 2011 TRON fan film called TRON: Destiny, which he directed and served as the cinematographer, editor, producer, visual effects creator, compositor, animator, and sound designer. Oh, and if that wasn’t enough, he created the music for the short, as well. Check it out below:
I’ve watched a ton of crappy fan films over the years, and this is not one of them. I don’t know what Burns’ budget was for this, but it was a **** of a lot less than Joseph Kosinski had for Disney’s TRON: Legacy. That movie had all sorts...
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