Quintin Tarantino called Don’t Go In The House one of the most disturbing films he’s ever seen.

As a young lad, Donny is abused by his mother who attempts to exorcise sin from the boy via punishment by burning. Now a grown man, the reclusive Donny works by day at the local incinerator. Haunted by the twisted nightmares of his past, he acts out revenge on his mother by luring unsuspecting victims to his childhood home.

"A well-acted, disturbing horror film."

− DVD Verdict

Starring: Dan Grimaldi, Charles Bonet, Bill Ricci, Robert Osth, Dennis M. Hunter
Director: Joseph Ellison
Year: 1980
Genre: Horror, Slasher
Running Time: 82 minutes
Rights: Worldwide

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