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Review: The House with 100 Eyes

The House with 100 Eyes
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3 stars

Starring: Jim Roof, Shannon Malone, Larissa Lynch, Liz Burghdorf, Andrew Hopper

Directed: Jim Roof, Jay Lee

Release Date: June 16, 2015

Run Time: 76 Minutes

Format: DVD

English Subtitles: English

Distributor: Art Sploitation Films

It’s Henry – Portrait of a Serial Killer meets This is Spinal Tap in the gory mockumentary The House with 100 Eyes, the grisliest, darkest horror-comedy ever imaginable. Ed and Susan are just your average, middle-class American suburban married couple: they have their quirks, their romantic moments, their hobbies. One of these hobbies has even turned into a small business venture for the couple…because Ed and Susan are also serial killers who sell snuff videos of their crimes through the internet underground. Since Ed is determined that their next video will surpass all of their previous work, he has decided that it will feature three kills in one night – but after they abduct their intended victims, things don’t go as planned. Filmed entirely through the perspective of Ed’s many cameras, and labeled “one of the greatest horror films of the century” by Film Radar, this film is as shocking as it is slyly satirical about violence and media exploitation – Art Sploitation Films



Audio Language: English
Subtitles: English

The Sound Quality is pretty good. Most of the sound is Dialogue and the loud screaming doesn’t distort the speakers even though the film uses effects to distort the sounds with in the movie

Rating:4 stars


Picture Quality

Disc Format: DVD

The Picture Quality looks good for DVD but what holds it back some is the Effects that makes the movie look like a found-footage film, So colors look faded more.

Rating:3 stars

Note: Equipment used to watch the film can be found below

Theatrical release Date:
Blu-Ray Disc release Date: June 16, 2015 (USA)
  • Sizzle reel
  • Gag reel
  • Trailer
  • Director’s commentary
My Thoughts

The House with 100 Eyes is a Psychopath Snuff found-footage film. Now I’m not a Huge fan of the found-footage type films but this one takes it in a different path. No Effects Just warped sounds and lot of screams. This movie follows a Couple (Man and Woman) Who are making a snuff film to show to their fans as they always do . We come in to the circle when they are on the Hunt for 2 Females and 1 Stud.

Cameras are all over the place in their house and Oh the film doesn’t just take place in the house. The couple sit in front of the camera explaining there normal lives and we also get a top 10 items that my help with Snuff filming.

Now let get down to the couple. At times they seem normal even while they talk about kidnapping and torturing people in a calm manner but you also get glimpses of the Male on how crazy he is when he snaps at time but tries to keep his composer after that outburst. The female is the hidden gem as she shows no signs of rage just calmness during her madness. Side Note – The guy was having a bad while on the prowl for potential stars so he pops in one of his older snuff films and starts masturbating to it. This couple is nuts.

The film features strong language, torture and madness. The down side there is no nudity and in fact the actors are wearing skin toned underwear that you can see before they blur it out to make it look like they are nude. That was the biggest negative for me, that the film makers then make sure that we didn’t see the skin toned underwear.

For me it was better than I expected. I would say if like Psychopath movies pick it up and don’t be to afraid of the Found-Footage aspect. If you are, I say at least give it a Rent. The film is being released only on DVD.
With that said I give the film a 3 out of 5.

I would have added a half star more if it wasn’t for the Skin toned Underwear overlook. Not bad for A found Footage movie.


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This Film was Played on the listed Equipment below

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Samsung (UN46C6900) 46-Inch 1080p LED HDTV

DVD/Blu-Ray Player

OPPO BDP – 103 (Highly Recommended)

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Stereo Receiver

Pioneer VSX-516-K 7.1-Channel

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(1) Center Speaker

Pioneer S-HF 11C

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(2) Front Speaker

KLH 9250B Floor – 350 watts

(4) Surround sound Speakers

KLH 100 watt Bookshelf

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Sony SA-W3000 180 Watt 12″ sub

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Note: I Know my speakers are way outdated. OPPO Blu-Ray Player is one of the best around and used in most home theaters. The Receiver is pretty good but on the line of out dated. Subwoofer is good with tons of bass but not the theater quality from a $400 Sub. Front speakers are fun with tons of power and are good for standalone’s but higher end sound (Hz) is lower quality. Overall I need to update on all speakers granted I do get decent sound out of them just the higher end falls short.


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