History Film / Hausu

20th Jun '16 12:42:12 PM crashkey
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* DemBones: There's a doctor's skeleton hanging around; it occasionally dances for some reason. It's there because Auntie's Dad/Oshare's Grandpa used to treat patients there. So the haunted house is technically also an AbandonedHospital. That's...that's super.

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* DemBones: There's a doctor's skeleton hanging around; it occasionally dances for some reason. It's there because Auntie's Dad/Oshare's Grandpa used to treat patients there. So the haunted house is technically also an AbandonedHospital. That's...that's super.
2nd Apr '16 11:49:19 AM crashkey
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* SliceOfLife: Bizarrely, most of the movie ends up being this as the characters spend quite a while before actually noticing that the house is trying to kill them.
13th Jun '15 10:27:10 AM pratchettgaiman
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* BigLippedAlligatorMoment: Arguably the entire film (or its latter half at least) could be considered a series of BLAMs, but of particular note is a part where an old man eating noodles leans into the shot, and then it transitions to a scene in a roadside noodle shop where he's eating noodles alongside Mr. Togo (on his way to the house), and for some reason one of the noodle cooks is a bear. Aside from Mr. Togo's presence in the scene, ''it has nothing at all to do with the rest of the movie''
13th Jun '15 10:26:32 AM pratchettgaiman
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* BigLippedAlligatorMoment: Arguably the entire film (or its latter half at least) could be considered a series of BLAMs, but of particular note is a part where an old man eating noodles leans into the shot, and then it transitions to a scene in a roadside noodle shop where he's eating noodles alongside Mr. Togo (on his way to the house), and for some reason one of the noodle cooks is a bear. Aside from Mr. Togo's presence in the scene, ''it has nothing at all to do with the rest of the movie''
1st Jan '15 8:51:15 AM erforce
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1977 Japanese horror movie by Nobuhiko Obayashi and considered the SpiritualPredecessor to ''The Franchise/EvilDead'', ''Hausu'' is the story of seven girls who decide to go to the country home belonging to the aunt of one of them, when all their summer vacation plans fall apart. Strange things begin to happen as it seems that evil forces are at work to KillEmAll. It can be best described as a drug-addled DavidLynch's version of a more colourful (if that's even possible) ''Film/{{Suspiria}}'' remake.

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1977 Japanese horror movie by Nobuhiko Obayashi and considered the SpiritualPredecessor to ''The Franchise/EvilDead'', ''Film/TheEvilDead1981'', ''Hausu'' is the story of seven girls who decide to go to the country home belonging to the aunt of one of them, when all their summer vacation plans fall apart. Strange things begin to happen as it seems that evil forces are at work to KillEmAll. It can be best described as a drug-addled DavidLynch's version of a more colourful (if that's even possible) ''Film/{{Suspiria}}'' remake.
5th Apr '14 10:00:01 AM Zeego
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* SurrealHorror: Woo ''boy''.

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* SurrealHorror: Woo ''boy''.SurrealHorror / SurrealHumor: The two tropes blend together, really.
26th Mar '14 3:49:50 AM bjex
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It was released in North America in 2009 as ''House''. Not to be confused with that ''other'' [[Series/{{House}} House]].

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It was released in North America in 2009 as ''House''. Not to be confused with the American haunted house movie called [[Film/{{House}} House]], or that ''other'' [[Series/{{House}} House]].House]] who's a snarky doctor.
6th Mar '14 6:49:51 PM Quag15
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1977 Japanese horror movie by Nobuhiko Obayashi and considered the SpiritualPredecessor to ''The Franchise/EvilDead'', ''Hausu'' is the story of seven girls who decide to go to the country home belonging to the aunt of one of them, when all their summer vacation plans fall apart. Strange things begin to happen as it seems that evil forces are at work to KillEmAll. It can be best described as a drug-addled DavidLynch's version of an even more colourful ''{{Suspiria}}'' remake.

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1977 Japanese horror movie by Nobuhiko Obayashi and considered the SpiritualPredecessor to ''The Franchise/EvilDead'', ''Hausu'' is the story of seven girls who decide to go to the country home belonging to the aunt of one of them, when all their summer vacation plans fall apart. Strange things begin to happen as it seems that evil forces are at work to KillEmAll. It can be best described as a drug-addled DavidLynch's version of an even a more colourful ''{{Suspiria}}'' (if that's even possible) ''Film/{{Suspiria}}'' remake.
6th Nov '13 4:02:24 PM DavidDelony
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* StylisticSuck: Obayashi wanted the special effects to look as if a child had done.

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* StylisticSuck: Obayashi wanted the special effects to look as if a child had done.done them.
1st Nov '13 2:26:41 PM DavidDelony
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* StylisticSuck: Obayashi wanted the special effects to look as if a child had done.
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