House of Voices


Drama / Fantasy / Horror / Mystery

IMDb Rating 5 10 4,116


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April 8, 2019



Virginie Ledoyen as Cécile
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734.72 MB
23.976 fps
98 min
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1.51 GB
23.976 fps
98 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by alisonlivas 2 / 10 / 10

The worst move I've ever seen

This is probably the worst movie I have seen in a really long time, and if you're looking for a film with a protagonist who's motive is unclear this is the film for you. I literally have no clue why Anna did anything she did and I have no clue what this film was actually about. I almost felt like I'd sat down in the middle of the film, and I'd been watching from the beginning. There is no payoff in this movie either, when the credits rolled I was mostly just annoyed that I'd wasted an hour and a half of my life. It wasn't scary, the scenes were disjointed and seemed to be put together almost randomly. The editing looks like whoever did it barely tired. The acting was horrible and there was very obvious ADR work that was also done terribly. So, if you're looking for something for a crappy movie night, this is a great pick.

Reviewed by Joshua DeVoto 1 / 10 / 10

It's a good movie.

Have you seen Martyrs (2008) by Pascal Laugier, because you definitely should, but also because he directed this film too. The Orphanage (2007) obviously took a few cues from here. I'm only writing this review to save people time. If you enjoy Pascal Laugier/Guillermo del Toro type movies then you have every reason to check this one out. Wikipedia also says something I find very interesting about Laugier. Apparently he "was set to direct the remake of Hellraiser but was later taken off the project due to creative differences with the producers; Laugier wanted his film to be very serious and explore gay S&M culture, whereas the producers wanted the film to be more commercial and appeal to a teen audience." Wow, too bad, that would have been brilliant. Instead, they chose to make a Hellraiser for kids who enjoy watching the VMAs. Lol

Reviewed by Viator Veritatis 1 / 10 / 10

Artsy flick cast in support of humanist bigotry

This is an artsy flick made in a typical French – that is, sluggish – style. If you are in for anything resembling a horror movie, or simply a structured and reasonable movie, you'll hate this crap from the depths of your soul. However, if you are interested in modern arts – that is, mental masturbation – you might be gripped by the beautiful cinematography, the suggestive music, the hazy symbolism and the plot's patent absurdity. After some effort at piecing the puzzle, you'll unveil the dull, repulsive humanist ideology conveyed by the director in the form of a condemnation of both Nazi human experimenting and French vilification of the bastard children fathered by German occupants after the second world war.

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