House: Limited Edition 20,000 includes House II 2001 Horror Movie Review
Horror movies Review
From the director of Friday The 13th Parts 2 and 3(Steve Miner)and from the producer of Friday The 13th:Part I; HOUSE was an awesome movie that had a lot of the same actors and actresses from the FRIDAY THE 13TH saga like Ron Carroll(Friday The 13th:Part 1)and had the same music composer(Harry Manfredini)which also did the music scoring for most of the FRIDAY THE 13TH installments as you may notice, especially during the major action scenes that are violent.
It was also interesting seeing William Katt from THE GREATEST AMERICAN HERO doing his first real horror flick in this movie, with the exception of CARRIE and doing this movie 3 years after ABC had cancelled THE GREATEST AMERICAN HERO, due to a hug dip in ratings since newer shows that premiered between the Fall of 1982 like KNIGHT RIDER and in the Spring of 1983 like THE A-TEAM led to THE GREATEST AMERICAN HERO’s cancellation by the Summer of 1983.
HOUSE also takes me all the way back to memory lane to when I was still living in the Imperial Valley when HOUSE had its theatrical release in the Spring of 1986 when I was in 7th grade at Wilson Jr. High School in my hometown(El Centro, CA).
It’s just too bad that HOUSE 2:THE SECOND STORY wasn’t as good as this one was, but I’m sure part of the reason why HOUSE II wasn’t as good as the original was probably due to the fact that since HOUSE 2 was Rated PG-13 instead of Rated R like HOUSE I, which resulted in HOUSE II having a lot less action and a lot less violence than the original along with the fact that sequels usually never measure up to the originals either, especially since they don’t make sequels like they used to, unlike HALLOWEEN 2, FRIDAY THE 13TH:PART II, and PSYCHO 2 for instance which were all very exceptional sequels and probably the best sequels of all time.