Don't Go In The House (DVD)
A shy incinerator worker scarred by memories of his mother's abuse begins luring women to his childhood home for incendiary torment.
More than 40 years ago, it ignited a firestorm of outrage in America and DPP 39 condemnation in the UK. Now one of the grisliest gems of the '80s can be seen uncut and fully remastered like never before: A shy incinerator worker (an unnerving performance by Dan Grimaldi of THE SOPRANOS) scarred by memories of his mother's abuse begins luring women to his childhood home for incendiary torment, including "one of the most shocking, notorious scenes in sleaze-horror history" (Mondo Digital). Director/co-writer Joseph Ellison delivers "an underrated classic on the same level as MANIAC" (Ninja Dixon), now featuring a new 2K scan from the original negative with hours of Special Features.
- Audio Commentary With Director Joe Ellison And Producer Ellen Hammill
- Archival Commentary With Actor Dan Grimaldi
- 'House' Keeping — Interviews With Co-Producer Matthew Mallinson and Co-Writer Joseph R. MasefieldWe Went In The House! — The Locations Of DON'T GO IN THE HOUSE
- Playing With Fire — Archival Interview With Actor Dan Grimaldi
- Trailer Gallery
- Image Gallery