Roger Cobb (William Katt) is back from the first House movie, only to be killed off in the first 15 minutes in an awful car accident. His wife, Kelly (Terri Treas), and daughter move into the old family house, which is run down and looks haunted. You know, a typical fixer-upper.
Of course, spooky stuff is going to start happening: monsters, blood from the shower head, and hallucinations. The widow Cobb must decide if all of this is worth staying in the house.
Then a pizza delivery guy shows up and sings a song about being the pizza guy. This might be the most horrifying thing in the movie.
The plot takes some weird turns when Kelly Cobb visits a local Native American for answers, then some mobster thugs show up to force her into selling the house and land, led by Roger’s brother.
Seriously, what the crap? Honestly, I would not care if it was at least entertaining, but it just drags and drags until finally the credits roll and the forgetting begins. The first and second House movies were fun and campy, while this one is just a colossal waste of time.
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