Monster House

Monster House

Monsters under the bed are scary enough, but what happens when an entire house is out to get you? Three teens aim to find out when they go up against a decrepit neighboring home and unlock its frightening secrets.

Three teens discover that their neighbor's house is really a living, breathing, scary monster. With Halloween approaching, the trio must find a way to destroy the structure before innocent trick-or-treaters meet ghastly ends. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Mark B (mx) wrote: Office Kitano produced this - don't know if it was that but it reminded me very much of his early films. Quite a few audible gasps on the way through.

Jason C (mx) wrote: Poorly acted poor man's Fatal Attraction. Not terrible, but not great.

Alonso A (gb) wrote: Hardy's performance is a tour de force, but it's Winding Refn's stylish directing and the clever script the aspects that make Bronson such a memorable experience. If you see it as an intricate psychological study of an anarchic and nihilistic character, or as a black comedy about a man who's only ambition is to defy the system by fighting prison guards naked, doesn't matter, it delivers.

Eric P (fr) wrote: I gave this movie a 4, it was alright, nothing special, But did have funny aliens with boners for noses....pfff

Rob G (it) wrote: In one word, terrible. A part of me died when I watched this film.

Lars P (us) wrote: Here they waste the talent of many a fine actor and your time.

Ken D (ag) wrote: A well made documentary that delivers the message in an interesting and inspiring way.

Renee L (de) wrote: The scene between Christine Lahti and Steven Hill is the best one in the whole movie. River Phoenix is actually playing the complicated piano music of Beethoven and Mozart. If you believe in the inherent selfishness of the baby boomers, you will enjoy having your beliefs confirmed by this movie.

Al P (mx) wrote: What about [email protected]?/@[email protected]

Maiju W (nl) wrote: Tympeaa ja tokeroa kansallishengen nostatusta.

Lisa E (kr) wrote: I've read the book at least 5 times and watched the movie too many times to count. It's in my top 5 of favorite books/films

Dave F (gb) wrote: Several knockout scenes of terror are buried like gems within this slow, talky slasher from the cycle's dying days - but can't save it from being a frustrating experience. It's a shame, 'cause there's something interesting going on in this giallo-esqe thriller.

David G (jp) wrote: What a giant step down.

Ken D (es) wrote: One star for Schwarzenegger keeping a straight face and half a star for Humphrey Bogart's cameo. Jokes aside, the movie has it's moments. But unfortunately I got too distracted by Austin O'Brien's bad acting to remember them all - Forgettable.

Stephanie H (br) wrote: I don't know why all the low scores; this movie was very good. Michael Ealy was made for this role.

Carlos M (gb) wrote: A fabulous picaresque tale - satirical and tragic - in which we see Kubrick make every splendid shot look like an authentic 18th-century painting while using a cynical and essentially cold approach to recount a long series of barely connected episodes in our anti-hero's ill-fated life.

Juan B (ca) wrote: I guess when your board and just want a simple laugh