Yes it’s an underwater haunted house movie


“The Deep House” seems to be treading on similar ground to “Gonjiam: Haunted Asylum” and “Grave Encounters”, where certain influencers or filmmakers enter a space with bad energy and pay a brutal price. It is most often seen in found horror footage, like the doomed documentary team that set out to find Blair Witch, or the students looking to solve the Col Dyatlov mystery in “Devil’s Pass.” If there’s one thing the horror genre wants you to do, it’s mind your own business; leave the spooky house unexplored, leave the mysterious relic unopened, or – as Clive Barker’s priest puts it – “Your suffering will be legendary.”

/ The film was already thrilled to hear the new content from Maury and Bustillo. In addition to the visceral “Inside” punch, the duo also performed a handful of other gems in the genre: their 2011 follow-up “Livid” (which also has a young couple looking for a secluded place to harvest a any treasure, with disastrous consequences); The 2014 maniacal masked thriller “Among the Living”; and the 2017 prequel “Texas Chain Saw Massacre” “Leatherface”.

Currently streaming on Shudder is their most recent effort of 2020, “Kandisha,” which follows three childhood friends who may have accidentally summoned a Malevolent Spirit. As Amélie (Mathilde Lamusse), Bintou (Suzy Bemba) and Morjana (Samarcande Saadi) enjoy their summer break after a harmless conjuring game, the bodies start to fall and all the evidence points to a curse that only young women have. the power to stop. “Kandisha” stumbled across Shudder in July, and anyone who’s watched it can attest that Maury and Bustillo still know how to keep the chills and scares coming, so “The Deep House” will be one to watch out for.


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