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His House: A Horror Movie With No Way Out!
Welcome, horror lovers to another think horror review, with your favorite twisted host, Harper Nevar. where I share my dark and demented opinions on everything that scares the hell out of me.. Do you have a curiosity for watching people die in gruesome ways, witnessing monsters that make you shiver with fear, or collecting eerie dolls that seem to have a life of their own? Then you’ll feel right at home here. In this review, I’m going to open up the door to His House a Netflix movie that came out in 2020. It’s a must watch Netflix movie that I think you will enjoy.
His house Synopsis
You know how scary it is to escape from a war-torn country, right? Well, imagine if you end up in a place that’s even worse. That’s what happens to Bol and Rial, a couple who run away to a gloomy English town that has a creepy secret. They get stuck in a rundown house by their mean case worker Mark, who tells them to “be one of the good ones” and act normal as soon as possible. But they soon find out that their new home is haunted by evil ghosts from their past, especially their daughter, who died during their dangerous trip across the sea. As the ghosts get more angry and scary, Bol and Rial have to face their guilt, sadness, and pain while trying to stay alive in a nasty Shit hole of a place.
His House Personal Analysis
You guys have to watch His House! It’s a freaking awesome horror movie that will scare the crap out of you and make you cry at the same time. It’s not like those lame haunted house movies where nothing happens, but a super intense and emotional story about how hard it is to escape from your past and fit in a new place. The movie is so real and raw. It shows how these refugees have to deal with racism, trauma, and guilt. The actors are amazing. They make you feel everything they are going through. The director is a genius. He makes you feel like you are trapped in that creepy and disgusting house with them. The camera work is gorgeous. It shows the difference between their beautiful homeland and their ugly new home. The sound is creepy as hell. It makes you hear things that will freak you out. Trust me, this movie will blow your mind and haunt your dreams. It’s one of the better horror movies I have seen on Netflix.
His House strengths
lie in its unique and standout elements, such as the innovative scares that involve creepy dolls, witch doctors, and wall holes. The movie also has some clever twists that reveal more about the character’s backstory and motivations, as well as the nature of the haunting. The movie doesn’t shy away from showing the brutal reality of war and violence but also offers some glimpses of hope and redemption.
The movie’s weaknesses
are minor, but worth mentioning. The movie could have developed some of the secondary characters more, such as Mark and his colleagues, who seem to be there only to provide exposition or comic relief. The movie could have also explored some of the cultural aspects of Bol and Rial’s background more, such as their beliefs and traditions that clash with their new surroundings. The movie’s ending is somewhat ambiguous and open-ended, which may leave some viewers unsatisfied or confused.
I give His House 4 out of 5 for being a terrifying and touching horror movie that delivers on both scare and emotions. It’s a movie that will haunt you long after you watch it, and make you think about the real-world issues that it addresses. It’s a stunning feature debut for Remi Weekes, who proves himself to be a talented and original filmmaker.
His House is a must-watch for horror fans who are looking for something different and meaningful. It’s a movie that will make you jump out of your seat, but also make you cry out of your heart. It’s a movie that will make you appreciate your own house, but also make you empathize with those who don’t have one.
So, what did you think of His House A Horror Movie? Did it scare you as much as it scared me? Did you find the story compelling and original? Did you sympathize with the characters and their struggles? Or did you think it was a boring and predictable snooze-fest? Let me know in the comments below. And don’t forget to subscribe to Think Horror for more reviews of the best and worst of horror. Until next time, stay spooky, my friends.