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Roger Cobb is a author who has just separated from his wife. He moves into a new house and tries to work on a novel based on his experiences in the Vietnam War. Strange things start happening around him; little things at first, but as they become more frequent, Cobb becomes aware that the house resents his presence.
Ding dong, you're dead.
Also Known As:
House: Ding Dong
Release Date: February 28, 1986
Runtime: 93 mins
All Genres: Comedy, Fantasy, Horror
IMDB Rating: 5.8
Buried.com Rating: 6.8 - (Rate This Horror Movie at Buried.com)
Category: Horror Movies Starting With H
MPAA Rating: R
William Katt ...Roger Cobb
George Wendt ...Harold Gorton
Richard Moll ...Big Ben
Kay Lenz ...Sandy Sinclair
Mary Stavin ...Tanya
Michael Ensign ...Chet Parker
Erik Silver ...Jimmy
Mark Silver ...Jimmy
Susan French ...Aunt Elizabeth
Alan Autry ...Cop #3
Steven Williams ...Cop #4
James Calvert ...Grocery Boy (as Jim Calvert)
Mindy Sterling ...Woman in Bookstore
Jayson Kane ...Cheesy Stud
Billy Beck ...Priest
Bill McLean ...Older Man
Steve Susskind ...Frank McGraw
John William young ...Would-be Writer (as John young)
Dwier Brown ...Lieutenant
Joey Green ...Fitzsimmons
Stephen Nichols ...Scott
Donald Willis ...Soldier
Ronn Carroll ...Policeman
Robert Joseph ...Robert
Curt Wilmot ...Skeleton Big Ben
Ronn Wright ...Enthusiastic Patron
Renee Lillian ...Zealous Fan
Peter Pitofsky ...Witch
Elizabeth Barrington ...Little Critter
Jerry Maren ...Little Critter
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Richard F. Brophy
Sean S. Cunningham
More Movie Taglines:
- Ding dong, you're dead.
- HORROR has found a new HOME
- Enter at your own risk.
- You are cordially invited to spend an evening with Roger Cobb and his friends. Don't come alone!
- Harold: Hey, it's great to have a new neighbor. Woman lived here before you was nuts. Biggest bitch under the sun. Just a senile old hag really. Wouldn't be surprised if someone just got fed up and offed her. Know what I mean? Roger: She was my aunt. Harold: Heart of gold though. Just uh, a saint really. And uh such a beautiful woman, for her age.
Skeleton Big Ben: *Damn*! Come back from the grave and ran out of ammunition.
Harold Gorton: Solitude's always better with somebody else around, ya know?
Skeleton Big Ben: You're pissin' me off, Roger!
Harold: [to his dog] Writing looks like fun, huh?
- Glenn Close and Sigourney Weaver were considered for the female lead role.
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Rating: 6.8 out of 10.0 - 59 votes cast total