The House That Dripped Blood

The House That Dripped Blood
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Rick

so so flick. first couple of stories did much better than latter two. conclusion was silly imho. worth it watching once only. 5/10

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Viet

#haikumoviereview

Renting from the scribe
of Psycho raises fourfold
the chances of death.

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Matthew

This is an utterly pedestrian anthology horror film. The excellent cast is largely wasted. The direction is uninspired. The scares are virtually nonexistent. The titular house is not very menacing nor does it drip blood. In short, the movie is a great disappointment.

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