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Terror in the Haunted House
Terror in the Haunted House
Actors: Gerald Mohr, Cathy O'Donnell, William Ching, John Qualen, Barry Bernard
Director: Harold Daniels
Genres: Horror, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Mystery & Suspense
UR     2001     1hr 25min


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Actors: Gerald Mohr, Cathy O'Donnell, William Ching, John Qualen, Barry Bernard
Director: Harold Daniels
Creators: Frederick E. West, Tholen Gladden, Michael Miller, Robert Corrigan, Taggart Casey, William S. Edwards, Robert C. Dennis
Genres: Horror, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Mystery & Suspense
Sub-Genres: Horror, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Mystery & Suspense
Studio: Rhino Theatrical
Format: DVD - Black and White
DVD Release Date: 08/14/2001
Release Year: 2001
Run Time: 1hr 25min
Screens: Black and White
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaDVD Credits: 1
Total Copies: 0
Members Wishing: 2
MPAA Rating: Unrated
Languages: English
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Movie Reviews

(1 out of 5 stars)

"...TERROR IN THE HAUNTED HOUSE is a great turkey of a horror film that's unintentionally funny. Unfortunately, Rhino has decided to pull a fast one on consumers with their DVD release. Without telling customers, Rhino has altered this film. The "mind-altering psycho-rama" is not the original subliminal footage. Please note at the 66 minute mark, Rhino includes 3 subliminal messages which read "Rent Rhino Videos every day". Also, Gerald Mohr, in the REAL cut of the film, does a prologue and epilogue which explains "psycho-rama". Thanks to Rhino, this has been cut... These changes should have been noted on the packaging!"
A good movie lurks under the schlocky wrapping
Joseph P. Menta, Jr. | Philadelphia, PA USA | 01/25/2002
(3 out of 5 stars)

"Okay, first things first: the "Psycho-Rama" gimmick is ludicrous (if there is indeed a lost prologue explaining the purpose of this silly effect, I would love to see it just to experience someone trying to justify the "innovation" of Psycho-Rama with a straight face); there are several moments of hokey, low-rent acting; and, finally, the title of the movie is quite cheesy. But having said all that, damn if the movie isn't a creepy, fairly involving gothic mystery that keeps you guessing right to the end. If the studio had thrown a bit more money at this thing and gotten rid of the headache-inducing and never-to-be-seen-again "Psycho-Rama" effect, this movie could have stood among any major studio's regular output. Rhino offers its usual bare-bones DVD, but hey, the price is good and the print is sharp. Check this one out-- it may surprise you."
5 stars for fun, super awful, campy flick
Michelle Boyer | Aurora, CO United States | 10/08/2000
(5 out of 5 stars)

"This movie had been an annual Halloween movie for my friends and me... I am delighted to find it again. This movie is chock full of over the top, stereotypical acting, cheesy effects (the psychorama has to be seen to be believed), and lines that are much funnier because they are meant to be so serious. If you like campy movies, you will love "Terror in the Haunted House"."
Rhino Video altered this film by adding its own subliminals.
James McDonald | Southern California | 02/14/2003
(2 out of 5 stars)

""The First Picture in Psycho-Rama! The Fourth Dimension! Subliminal Communication!" There are 13 original subliminal images in this film. The front of the DVD Disc is a perfect example of what a real sublinimal message looks like except for the image on the disc is permanent. The subliminal messages and images in this film really serve no purpose to the storyline except to try to make you scream. You can see them very quickly...a flash. But since some are hard to really see (of course), I will tell them to you here. (Spoiler) Cartoon-like drawing of a bald-headed old man wearing glasses with a mouse in his mouth. This appears four times. A Ghoulish, devilish, fat face with jagged big teeth, pointy ears, two horns out of his head and a long tongue hanging out of his mouth. This also appears four times. Again the old man face with a mouse in his mouth appears again and below it reads "Get Ready To Scream!" This appears three times. Then the face appears again and reads "Scream!". Then the face appears again and reads "Scream Louder!" The ultimate subliminal message follows when the woman goes to the window. The full screen reads "SCREAM BLOODY MURDER". What is really bothersome about this film is that Rhino Video has altered the film and has added eight subliminal messages of their own. Later in the film, another cartoonish face with a tongue hanging out of its mouth appears. Again the face appears which reads below it "Prepare to die". Again the face appears and reads "Die Die Die!" The face appears again and reads "Die Louder!" A skeleton-like face appears and reads "Die Dead!" A cobra snake appears and reads "Rent Rhino Videos Every Day" This appears twice. Then the cobra snake appears in bright red still reading "Rent Rhino Videos Every Day". A marketing gimmick, no doubt, by Rhino Video to get people to buy more of thier videos (If subliminal communication does work). A subliminal message can really be seen well when you "Pause" and "Step" (Frame by Frame) the DVD picture. That is why a movie with subliminal messages is perfect for DVD. Perhaps subliminal messages does work, because I do remember the images I saw. They were displayed on the American Movie Classics (AMC) website when AMC was showing the film."