LADIES OF THE HOUSE REVIEWED
“Ladies of the House” evokes everything from “Very Bad Things” to “The People Under The Stairs”. A pack of cannibal women stumble upon a dead friend in their home. The trouble remains with the men that don’t remember what happened to her. From there, the cannibal women stalk their new victims, as the guys try to escape the house. If you’re looking for a pure gory horror movie, this will do it for you.
If you’re a grad student trying to get a deeper reading on the material, you’ll be amused by women being the dominant figures in a horror tale. I’m not terribly familiar with any of the talent involved, but my interest was held. For a recent horror film, that’s quite the feat. The only major downside to the film is that it seemed to hinge on way too many coincidences going in favor of the plot. I’m willing to suspend disbelief for awhile, not for large stretches of the film.
- Deleted/Alternate Scenes with Commentary
- Special Reversible Cover
- 2.35:1 standard definition transfer
- Dolby Digital 5.1
RELEASE DATE: 12/13/16
- Video - 88%88%
- Audio - 88%88%
- Supplemental Material - 91%91%
- Film Score - 93%93%
The Plot Thus Far
A birthday “guys night out” turns into a bloody fight for survival when three men become trapped in a house of malevolent women with gorgeous dresses, sinister minds and cannibal appetites.