• Dunes
    Robert Cop
    Comments: 188

    Now to get House for House V.

  • Rose Koneko
    Rose Koneko
    Comments: 9

    I’ll be honest, I thought by the title you meant the Japanese movie. The first time I watched this movie I when I was a kid was around the same time as I was shown other horror movies . I sort of lumped them together, but I still wondered if it was part of the Evil Dead series. Or universe. (Ah, IMDB what did we do without you?) That fish scene reminded me of the nightmare dear on the wall in Army of Darkness.

    • The_Lunatic25
      Old Man
      Comments: 1

      Actually, the nightmare deer head is from Evil Dead 2: Dead by Dawn.

      by the time of Army of Darkness, Ash was already back in time, and the deer head was seen in the cabin.

  • SpeedyEric
    Comments: 60

    According to my own IMDB research, this film’s director is the same one from Friday the 13th Parts 2 & 3, Halloween H20, and the remake of Day of the Dead (which Phelous reviewed in his earlier days).

    The shift in tone reminds me of that in the Birdemic movies, but instead of from romance to horror, it’s from horror to comedy.  Also, the scenes of Roger burying bodies in the back yard with catchy music playing makes me think of a comedic boipic of Jeffrey Dahmer.

    I also like the zombie look of the soldier guy.

    12:33- You guys are sick whenever something shockingly bad happens to movie characters, and that’s one of the reasons I love ya guys.

    The ex-wife becoming a demon looks like a horror version of the Grimace.

  • Knightroglycerin
    Robert Cop
    Comments: 188

    So it’s Jacob’s Ladder funny version.

  • Jon Protagonist
    Jon Protagonist
    Comments: 429

    “it’s just a court show, right?”

    Listen, Movie Nights Lady… Night Court was legitimately the greatest 80’s sitcom with a great cast playing a bunch of misfits who work the overnight shift in a NYC municipal courtroom. Of course this meant prostitutes, criminals, crazy people, cops, lawyers and any other night time denizen of the big city you can imagine. I love Night Court, and it holds up pretty well thanks to a great diverse cast and plenty of slapstick mixed in with the sharp jabs and gags.

    Richard Moll is a great character actor, he plays “Bull” the gentle hearted, dumb, but noble bailiff (basically a courtroom security officer)

  • Laserface
    I'm THE BEST!
    Comments: 110

    One day, House was walk into his House.

    “It is good to have House House!” say House, as he walk into House House.

  • Ryuukokoro
    A Real Turtles Fighter
    Comments: 25

    You guys did a House video! 😀 Omgyaaaay! -fan-flailing- I’ve been hoping for years that Phelous would do a video on this movie! And even better that we get to hear both of you talk about it.

    House was the first horror movie I ever saw. I was waaay too young, and caught it on tv when my parents weren’t around. It traumatized me for just about forever! I had nightmares about that Ghoul and her high-pitched laugh. Even years later as a preteen if one of those songs came on the tv or radio I had to change the channel.

    I wish House would get more attention! It certainly deserves a big cult following, but when I try to bring it up to horror fans most people haven’t even heard of it. The practical effects are pretty amazing, and the story is awesome. Comparing a plot like this, about war and survivor guilt and doubting your own sanity, to boring gore-fests like the stuff Eli Roth puts out, and you can hardly consider them to be the same genre.

    I have to admit I’m a little confused about the classification of this as a comedy/horror. I even sat down and watched it again right after seeing this review, and I’m not sure where people are getting that it’s a comedy. It surely had some comedic characters, like the neighbor, and some funny scenes too, but the overall plot was definitely serious and a majority of the things that happen are pretty horrific. To me, that lands it out of the realm of comedy. (I mean, there’s some pretty funny lines and comedic characters in, say, Lord of the Rings, but we don’t consider that to be a comedy/action movie.)

    Then again, maybe my history of being psychologically scarred from this movie has made it hard for me to see all the humor in it LOL. I still think the Ghoul is pretty terrifying! But regardless of how it’s classified, it’s truly an awesome movie. Thanks for reviewing it! (I see you bought the 2-pack, hope you review the zany House II someday as well!)

    PS: I know that ‘reaction’ videos are a dime a dozen these days, but any chance the two of you might do a video on your reaction to the new Ghostbusters(2016) trailer? I’d love to know what you’re anticipating it will be like, now that they’ve released a lengthy trailer for it!

  • Alienmorph
    A Real Turtles Fighter
    Comments: 20

    Why do I smett this is the beginning of another needlessly long series of movies? lol No haven’t checked IMDB or Wikipedia to confirm my suspects, I want to be surprised lol

  • BrennemanWoods
    Old Man
    Comments: 1

    William Katt is the main character? You would think that a White Ghost wouldn’t be so spooked by ghosts.

    (one random guy in the back): I get it!

  • KaijuKid
    A Real Turtles Fighter
    Comments: 35

    Richard Moll also gets the award for being the best version of Two-Face in any Batman media from Batman: The Animated Series.

  • The Phantom of Pulp
    I'm THE BEST!
    Comments: 103

    Yay, More Movie Nights!!! The episodes with Phelous are always my favorite; you guys work so well together (which compleatly baffles me 😉 : you guys are to cute!)

    Love the new intro!! And I love the cute ghost stuffie 🙂

    Guy from 21 Jump Street?!?!?! I like the first captain better but still….SQUEAK!!!!

    Night Court’s great: you should check it out.

    Interesting looking film (cool waistcoat by the way); can’t wait for the next review


  • likalaruku
    Completely Useless Now
    Comments: 935

    I think we’d all like to see you review the Hausu movie.

    Phelous: “Fuller House? Fuck off.” lol

    There’s an 80s horror comedy you might enjoy called TerrorVision that is half extremely cheesy, extremely 80s comedy, half rubber puppet monster horror movie. You two might sit down together sometime & watch it, if you haven’t already seen it.


  • The Hater
    The Hater
    Comments: 5

    There were 9 seasons of Night Court? oh my god…

    I need to go DVD shopping.

  • penpaninu
    Bat Hero
    Comments: 83

    I love how you’re keeping the funky 90’s look alive! And House! I loved this film 😛 Saw it on cable and it blew my mind.

  • happymel2
    The Fuct of Pepsiman
    Comments: 228

    Fran has taken over your body, Lupa. No, I kid. You look great with your new look and intro. 😀 I’m not a horror fan but this was an interesting video.