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HELL HOUSE LLC
2015 / Horror
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Directed by Stephen Cognetti
Written by Stephen Cognetti
Starring Gore Abrams, Danny Bellini, Jared Hacker, Ryan Jennifer Jones, Adam Schneider and Alice Bahlke

Five years after an unexplained malfunction causes the death of 15 tour-goers and staff on the opening night of a Halloween haunted house tour, a documentary crew travels back to the scene of the tragedy to find out what really happened.

The following tags are associated with this movie: found footage, supernatural, clown
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Hell House LLC (2015)
Review by Bradley Frohloff

7 / 10
As far as found footage movies are concerned, this is one of the better ones out there. I just find this particular sub-genre to be somewhat limiting. Despite the somewhat repetitive nature of the scares, usually involving someone appearing or disappearing when the camera shifts focus, the scares in general are effective enough to keep your attention.

I recommend it to fans of found footage movies, but I don't particularly find it to be anything special either.
Hell House LLC (2015)
Review by Michael Mahoney

9 / 10
Like few found footage movies before it (Ghostwatch being the one that most comes to mind), Hell House LLC blew me away, and seeing it a second time, little of the impact was lost.

Done by seeming to be a documentary about a tragedy that occurred in a haunted house attraction, with interviews of journalists and authors, and mixing that up with different forms of media such as video captured from the event and put on YouTube, this film goes beyond a simple 'one guy holds camera and films creepy stuff' idea. It feels real, and even the multitude of movie (provided by videotapes of the haunted house crew in the months leading up to the tragedy) have an uneasy vibe about them.

One of the reasons much for this movie really works out well (even for rewatches) is the fact that many of the scares are quite subtle. Sure, the clown scenes were openly terrifying, but there are others that you could easily miss watching through this the first few times (such as unexplained figures, creepy shadows, that type of thing). And even the more obvious scares, such as the frantic, chaotic ending in the basement and the clown scenes have an organic feel to them. Nothing here really seems forced.

The cast throughout did a fine job, and really, no one stands out with a bad performance. All of the main performances made a good impact, and while no one blew me away, they all did competently enough as to not really cause any hindrance on the story.

I've spoken quite a bit about my problems regarding many modern found footage horror films, but that's not to say that I can't enjoy a good found footage movie when I run into one, this movie being a good case. It has enough flexibility and story-telling techniques going on that it strikes me, even after having seen it twice, as something special. A great film, I wouldn't hesitate to recommend this to any fellow fans of horror. 8.5/10 (rounded up to 9/10 to fit site's format).
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