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‘The House’ Holds a Sinister Secret This March

Chris Savage

Artsploitation Films have set a release date of March 5th for Reinert Kiil’s Norwegian supernatural horror film The House, and below we have all the details including the official trailer and artwork. The film is set in Norway during WWII where two Nazi soldiers locate an empty house to then find themselves in a psychological hell.

This one does look very promising, but what do you guys think? Let us know if you’ll be taking the plunge with this one?

From the Press Release:

Artsploitation Films will release Norwegian director Reinert (Christmas Blood) Kiil’s horror film The House (original language title, Huset) March 5th. Artsploitaiton Films’ president Raymond Murray said, “It may have taken a few years for the film to get to American audiences but I am sure horror fans as well as arthouse film-lovers will enjoy this creepy, thought-provoking ghost story.”

“Fantastic..this is a horror film that does Norway justice.” – Modern Horrors
“Destined for “insta-classic” status” – HorrorFreakNews

Set in the frozen wilderness of Norway during WWII, 2 German soldiers escort a Norwegian soldier and prisoner of war but the weather is taking a toll on them. They find an empty house near the forest where they finally can get some rest. However, what seems to be a warm and welcoming shelter turns much more sinister and deadly. They begin to wonder if they have somehow have stepped into a sort of psychological hell from which there may be no escape.

The House will be available March 5th on DVD and Digital HD, including iTunes, Amazon Instant Video, Google Play, Vudu and more.

Special Features: The Voice of One’s Conscience (Samvittighetens Røst) (2007, 12 minutes), a short film directed by Reinert Kiil: and commentary with director Reinert Kiil.

The House Poster



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