Indie Buzz: House of Good and Evil (2013) Review

 

Image sourced from House of Good and Evil’s Facebook page
Image sourced from House of Good and Evil’s Facebook page

ORIGINALLY PUBLISHED ON THE HORROR HOTHOUSE

Last month we introduced you to a new film entitled House of Good and Evil from Shooting Creek Films, first-time director David Mun and writer Blu de Golyer. First brought to our attention when Blu de Golyer got in touch with us through our Facebook page, we were immediately drawn in by the eye-catching posters and hooked after watching the trailer, we were lucky enough to be sent an online screener of the film.

The plot focuses on a married couple who, in a desperate final bid to save their failing marriage, move from the city to an isolated home deep in the woods. It isn’t long before they discover that everything is not as it should be. Now, after reading the synopsis, we can forgive you for thinking that House of Good and Evil sounds like another bog-standard haunted house flick and whilst it is true that it does share some similarities to films such as The Messengers, it is so much more than that.

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