The Sweet House of Horrors 2002 Horror Movie Review
Horror movies Review
People keep comparing it to other Lucio flicks but I liked it because it wasn’t like the other Fulci flicks. One person on another site said it best calling it a fairy tale. It’s a fairy tale but with dark overtones.
Still I really thought it was decent. Sort of like a “Tales of the Darkside” type of atmosphere with the parents being killed then coming back as ghosts and speaking to the kids (who are the only ones that see them while the relatives think they’re nuts).
Acting was ok. There’s even a few comedy moments in the film (guy’s hand melting and the crane that has a mind of it’s own, the old man whose a psychic, conjurer whatever he is confronting the spirits.
I think if you’re in for a different type of movie from the director this is worth looking at. For me it’s a type of love story that expands even through death.
About The Sweet House of Horrors (2002)
Starring: Jean-Christophe Brétigniere, Cinzia Monreale, Lubka Lenzi, Lino Salemme, Franco Diogene,
Runtime: 85 minutes
Director: Lucio Fulci,
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