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HouseboundKylie Bucknell is forced living in a house that always has whispers in the dark, she think that is because of her imagination but it is not true. Ghosts in the house don’t like her and the living arrangment.Keywords:
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Directors of "Housebound"Gerard Johnstone
Creators of "Housebound"Gerard Johnstone
Critic Reviews of "Housebound"Time OutJune 30, 2015
First-time director Gerard Johnstone may not possess the wild visual invention of his patron Peter Jackson, but he's ruthlessly proficient at old-school scares.RogerEbert.comOctober 17, 2014
An extremely confident and promising debut.Los Angeles TimesOctober 16, 2014
The mishmash that results is by turns creepy, silly, inventive, darkly funny and, at one point, mind-blowingly bloody.AV ClubOctober 16, 2014
If Housebound is ultimately much more funny than scary, it's because O'Reilly's pugnacious performance runs so counter to the genre's usual treatment of women in peril.Village VoiceOctober 14, 2014
Hard to categorize -- horror-comedy? mystery-thriller? -- but lots of fun to watch.Hollywood ReporterOctober 13, 2014
A welcome return to quirky Kiwi horror comedy with a juicy payoff.The Film StageJune 21, 2016
This is a silly film, but it has some serious horror/thriller chops.New Zealand HeraldMay 31, 2016
Definitely worth getting out of the house to see.NOW TorontoSeptember 29, 2015
There's still plenty to enjoy about Housebound, especially with a crowd.TheHorrorShowAugust 23, 2015
Covers an admirable amount of genre-friendly ground before winding up with a funny, suspenseful, and kinetic third act.SciFiNowJuly 17, 2015
First-time writer-director Johnstone's ingenious script consistently wrong-foots the audience and shifts from one subgenre to another without ever once losing its grip on the comedic elements. It's creepy, tense and scary.
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