Director: Steve Miner Cast: William Katt
William Katt
, George Wendt
George Wendt
, Richard Moll
Richard Moll
, Kay Lenz
Kay Lenz
Steve Miner


Director: Steve Miner Cast: William Katt
William Katt
, George Wendt
George Wendt
, Richard Moll
Richard Moll
, Kay Lenz
Kay Lenz
Steve Miner


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A mild box-office hit for New World Pictures, this lightweight attempt at horror parody from Friday the 13th producer Sean S. Cunningham stars former Greatest American Hero William Katt as a best-selling pop-horror novelist Roger Cobb (à la Stephen King) who suffers an insurmountable case of writer's block after separation from his soap-star wife (Kay Lenz) and the disappearance of their young son. Hoping to purge his personal demons by writing his Vietnam War memoirs, he moves into the massive mansion once occupied by his deceased aunt (who hanged herself in her bedroom), and finds himself surrounded by demons of a completely different kind. Roger takes the weirdness in stride, attempting to face down marauding monsters, interdimensional trap doors, and other supernatural horrors while concealing his predicament from the neighbors (except for the befuddled Harold Gorton [George Wendt], who tries gamely to play along with Roger's hare-brained monster-fighting schemes).

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Product Details

Release Date: 12/12/2017
UPC: 0760137079385
Original Release: 1986
Source: Arrow Video
Region Code: A
Time: 1:32:00
Sales rank: 12,881

Special Features

Brand new 2k restoration from original film elements; High Definition Blu-ray (1080p) presentation; Original Mono, Stereo and DTS-HD MA 5.1 Audio Options; Optional English Subtitles for the deaf and hard of hearing; Audio Commentary with Director Steve Miner, Producer Sean S. Cunningham, actor William Katt and Screenwriter Ethan Wiley; Ding Dong, You're Dead! The Making of House - brand new documentary featuring interviews with Director Steve Miner, Producer Sean S. Cunningham, Screenwriter Ethan Wiley, Story Creator Fred Dekker, stars William Katt, Kay Lenz and George Wendt, Composer Harry Manfredini, Special Make-Up and Creature Effects artists Barry Burman, Brian Wade, James Belohovek, Shannon Shea, Kirk Thatcher and Bill Sturgeon, special paintings artists Richard Hescox and William Stout and Stunt Coordinator Kane Hodder; Vintage Making-of; Still Gallery; Theatrical Trailers; Teaser and TV Spots; First Draft Screenplay and Fred Dekker's original 15-page Twilight Zone-inspired story which served as the basis for House (BD-ROM Content); Reversible sleeve featuring original and newly commissioned artwork by Justin Osbourn

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
William Katt Roger Cobb
George Wendt Harold Gorton
Richard Moll Big Ben
Kay Lenz Sandy
Mary Stavin Tanya
Michael Ensign Chet Parker
Susan French Aunt Elizabeth
Erik Silver Jimmy
Mark Silver Jimmy
Robert L. Joseph Robert
Curtis Scott Wilmot Skeleton Big Ben
Alan Autry Cop
Steven Williams Cop
Jim Calvert Grocery Boy
Mindy Sterling Woman in Bookstore
Jayson Kane Cheesy Stud
Billy Beck Priest
Bill McLean Older Man
Steve Susskind Fran McGraw
John Young Would-Be Writer
Dwier Brown Lieutenant
Joey Green Fitzsimmons
Stephen Nichols Scott
Donald Willis Soldier
Ronn Carroll Policeman
Ronn Wright Enthusiastic patron
Renee Lillian Zealous Fan
Peter Pitofsky Witch
Elizabeth Barrington Little Critter
Jerry Maren Little Critter
Felix Silla Little Critter

Technical Credits
Steve Miner Director
Mac Ahlberg Cinematographer
Sean S. Cunningham Producer
Fred Dekker Original Story,Screenwriter
Backwood Film Special Effects
Gregg Fonseca Production Designer
Anne Huntley-Ahrens Set Decoration/Design
Kane Hodder Stunts
Michael Knue Editor
Harry Manfredini Score Composer
Patrick Markey Associate Producer
Bernadette O'Brien Costumes/Costume Designer
John Reinhart Art Director
Melissa Skoff Casting
Ronnie Spector Makeup
Ethan Wiley Screenwriter

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