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House of 9
Borrowing from Agatha Christie and the plots of Saw and Saw II, director Steven R. Monroe's twisted tale takes nine unsuspecting victims (including Dennis Hopper, who portrays an Irish priest), traps them in a mansion and films their every move. Promising $5 million to the player who emerges victorious, their unseen captor uses them as pawns in a demented, live-action "game," concocting horrible scenarios that force his captives to participate.
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Filmed beautifully, with passable acting. This thriller is paced a bit oddly, with a number of long musical interludes and a frantic ending. The conclusion makes the whole film totally worth watching though.
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