This is Ryan with 300 words (or less) to make your Monday a little less taxing.
The Feast of Fun has occasionally talked about the Horror genre, but have they ever seen House?
Hausu (1977) (House) is a Japanese experimental fantasy horror comedy. An idea from the director’s 7-year old daughter bursts the story of a teenage girl (Gorgeous) who impulsively invites her friends to her aunt’s house. Gorgeous leads her gaggle to the house she has only visited once and re-meets her aunt, who she has not seen in a decade. Secretly a ghost, she is waiting for her husband who went missing during WWII. In the mean time, she has a few hobbies.
Instead of Podcasting, she enjoys possessing her niece, murdering her friends, and feeding off the flesh of marriageable young woman who happen to stop by her house. She also likes to collect pictures of her accomplice, a cat named Blanche who has been living with Gorgeous for quite some time.
House hit the state of Michigan Friday April 25th at midnight. An enthusiastic crowd at the State Theater in Ann Arbor came ready to experience this series of WTF moments. To try and capture the essence of this film, I have thrown together a 30 second preview.
If Podcasting doesn’t work out for Fausto or your job isn’t going so well, am I the only one thatsees a potential career change?