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Movie: House on Haunted Hill (1999)

Six strangers have the chance to make $1,000,000 EACH. All they have to do is make it through the night alive.

House on Haunted Hill (1999) is a horror movie, a remake of the 1959 movie of the same name.

Back in 1931, Dr. Vannacutt, the head of Vannacutt Psychiatric Institute for the Criminally Insane performed numerous horrifying experiments and medical procedures on his patients, resulting in grotesque death for many of them. One day, the patients ran amok and tried to escape, setting the asylum on fire in the process and killing almost every staff.

A few decades later, Steven Price (Geoffrey Rush), an eccentric billionaire leases the house from the owner, Watson Pritchett, to throw a Halloween birthday party for his estranged wife, Evelyn (Famke Janssen). Five people show up for the party - Jennifer Jenzen (Ali Larter), Eddie Baker, Melissa Marr (Bridgette Wilson), Dr. Donald Blackburn, and Pritchett himself. However, they are total strangers and turn out to be neither Evelyn nor Steven's friends.

Nonetheless, Price continues to offer them $1,000,000 each to spend the night in the house. During their first encounter, it may seem like a prank pulled by Price when the house locks them all in without explanation. Soon enough, it becomes evident that not all the scares are set up by Price himself.

Mild gore and violence dominates this movie, along with pretty good CGI standard for a movie made in 1999. This movie may not be among the most brilliant horror flicks ever made until 1999. However, if you plan to scare the s*** in your pants, there are still chances that you'll get what you're asking for. It's watchable on YouTube at the moment. :)

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