The House Of The Devil (2009)

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  1. CPT HOOK

    CPT HOOK Well-Known Member

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    Loved this movie. Atmosphere, atmosphere, atmosphere!

    I can't wait for Ti West's next film, The Innkeepers.

    Regardless of how you feel about his movies, he is undeniably doing interesting things in the genre.
     
  2. Erick H.

    Erick H. Well-Known Member

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    For the record how is Ti West's name pronounced, "tee'' or "tie'' ?
     
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    Well, consider the words "hi", "pi", and "bi", and I think we have an answer.
     
  4. Fistfuck

    Fistfuck Slowest to 2000 posts

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    I've been trying to get Paff to consider "bi" for years now...
    *sigh*
     
  5. Erick H.

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    Well, consider the words "hi", "pi", and "bi", and I think we have an answer.[/QUOTE]

    Yeah,that's what I figured but I have had people swear to me that it was pronounced "Tee".Anybody ever heard definitively ?
     
  6. MarkWarner

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    This movie was RIDICULOUSLY slow. I'm all for slow burn horror films, but this seemed to be slow burn just for the hell of it rather than for the story's sake. I have to agree with the people who said it felt like a short elongated to feature length. I know the director was trying to pass it off as a film in the style of 70s/80s horror films, but the best films of that era were also fairly quick. Perhaps not as fast as today's horror films, but they certainly didn't drag like this film did.
     

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