The house is the focus of this horror comedy starring Osgood Perkins (son of Psycho star Anthony Perkins) and Ruth Wilson. After Lily moves into the isolated New England mansion, she begins to wonder if the objects in the house are real or just scenes from her patient’s novels. In the cult Japanese horror comedy House, seven schoolgirls are forced to live in a mysterious house. The movie features a lot of amateur actors and bonkers special effects.
All four House movies have a different back story, and they are part of the same franchise. They have similar plots, but they are not interrelated. As such, they can be watched individually, or as series. The only problem is that there is little continuity. The four movies are set on different timelines, so each movie is a standalone story. For that reason, it’s difficult to decide which one to see first.
While the four House movies are connected, they are not connected to each other. The fourth movie is a direct remake of the first one. They are all linked, but there’s a clear hierarchy of quality. If you are looking for a more cohesive series, the second film is the best. There’s a lot of continuity in the other two House movies, but it’s not the same as the original. Regardless, these films are all entertaining and worth a watch.