#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – Eccentric millionaire Fredrick Loren and his 4th wife, Annabelle, have invited 5 people to the house on Haunted Hill for a “haunted House” party. Whoever will stay in the house for one night will earn ten thousand dollars each. As the night progresses, all the guests are trapped inside the house with ghosts, murderers, and other terrors.
Plot: Frederick Loren has invited five strangers to a party of a lifetime. He is offering each of them $10,000 if they can stay the night in a house. But the house is no ordinary house. This house has a reputation for murder. Frederick offers them each a gun for protection. They all arrived in a hearse and will either leave in it $10,000 richer or leave in it dead!
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Very hokey and it’s lost it’s edge somewhat, but forever will it be a great flick to watch in the dark!
I remember seeing this movie when I was a kid and how scary it was to me, especially the scene where Nora sees the old lady ghost for the first time. I haven’t seen this movie since I was 6 years old and I remember watching with my mom recently the “100 scariest movies” on BRAVO and this movie was mentioned, I figured since I had the opportunity to see it again, why not? Like I said, it’s somewhat lost it’s edge, but still ’till this day, House on Haunted Hill will always remain a great movie to watch any stormy night.
Five strangers have been invited to a house on Haunted Hill, they are being offered by Vincent price $10,000 each, the catch? They have to spend the night at that house that has been cursed, thinking it’s just a good old fashioned haunted party that Vincent’s wife is throwing, they go along with it, especially since they could easily have $10,000. But things start to go a little crazy when horrible things happen to the guests, including the sights of ghosts. But questions are brought up when the wife seems pretty up on loosing her millionaire husband.
The story was great and the ending was one of the first great twist endings of our time. Again, I could always easily laugh at some scenes now a days, but I think it is because of the fact that I’ve seen so many horror movies. Because I still remember those horrible nightmares this movie gave me as a kid and that’s what makes this movie special to me, it will remain as the greatest sleepover flick!
Good, Old-fashioned, creepy fun!
I just saw this movie all the way through for the first time in years, and I loved it even more than when I was ten years old, and the climactic scene (which I will not give away here, not even under torture) scared the bejeezus out of me in the best possible way. As I remember it, I fidgeted in my chair, giggled uncontrollably, and never for a minute took my eyes off the TV.
The plot for “House on Haunted Hill” is kind of ingenious, but it’s also kind of absurd. There are a few holes in it, and by that I mean HOLES… but the atmospherics are great, and the witty, nuanced dialogue is head and shoulders above what horror fans are accustomed to.
At the center, of course, is your host, Vincent Price, at his sly, elegant best. Price said of William Castle: “He wasn’t a great filmmaker, but he knew how to make this kind of film.” His respect for the material shows, and he nails the part of the mysterious, morally ambiguous Fredrick Loren with every word that comes out of his mouth. His final soliloquay at the denouement is delivered with all the care that actors usually reserve for Shakespeare. Obviously, he’s having a great time.
Of course, some gorehounds and younger viewers aren’t going to “get” this. There are not many special effects, no monsters, and the severed heads look phoney. “The House on Haunted Hill” is tame by today’s standards, but it holds up well for its atmosphere and wit. Sophisticated and silly at once.
Other highlights include Carole Ohmart as Fredrick’s wife Annibelle, Elisha Cook as Watson Pritchard, the half-mad, half-visionary owner of the house, and some terrific theme music.
Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 15 min (75 min)
Rated Not Rated
Genre Crime, Horror, Mystery
Director William Castle
Writer Robb White
Actors Vincent Price, Carol Ohmart, Richard Long, Alan Marshal
Production Company William Castle Productions
Sound Mix Mono (Westrex Recording System)
Aspect Ratio 1.85 : 1
Film Length 1,957 m (Netherlands)
Negative Format 35 mm
Cinematographic Process Spherical
Printed Film Format 35 mm