If you love the cheesy effects of the 90’s, combined with a great story, then this is for you.
The story follows Roger Cobb, a successful horror novelist.
He was a man who had it all. He had a happy childhood, and even a wonderful son. He also had a beautiful wife, Sandy Sinclair, who is a famous actress.
Unfortunately their son mysteriously disappeared when visiting his aunt’s house, and after the loss of their son, their relationship quickly dwindled, and they decided to divorce.
Roger learns that his aunt suddenly died, and that he inherited the house where he grew up, and also where his son disappeared. Suffering from the despair of a failed relationship, the disappearance of his son, and the death of his aunt, Roger decides to move into his childhood house and put his time into writing about a different kind of horror. The horror of the Vietnam war.
After a few nights in the house, Roger hears strange noises coming from his aunt’s bedroom. He investigates and comes face to face with some sort of horrible beast.
After this, Roger experiences countless horrors and unspeakable grotesque monsters inside the house, including an old war buddy of his.
This movie is as great as it is cheesy, and it is very cheesy. But what’s not to love about 90’s cheese? The movie delivers brilliantly, and even sports an equally successful sequel. I personally loved it. The plot wasn’t your typical monster movie, or haunted house plot, and contains a few unique plot twists.
I think this movie deserves a 7/10.
Here’s the trailer: