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[Exclusive] Watch the Violent Prison Riot from ‘Death House’

Director Harrison Smith’s “Expendables of Horror” film Death House will be kicking off next year’s crop of horror movies, and we’ve got another exclusive clip today!

The film’s plot is set into motion by a prison break at the titular Death House, and this clip gives us our first taste of that violent riot.

The facility has shut down due to an internal EMP blast,” Smith set up the scene for us. “[Actors] Dee Wallace, Cortney Palm and Cody Longo are stranded in an elevator suspended 4 levels beneath Death House.”

Check out the clip below and be sure to also watch another we recently debuted!

Death House, written by Smith and the late Gunnar Hansen, stars a long list of legends including Kane HodderBarbara Crampton, Dee Wallace, Tony Todd, Bill Moseley, Adrienne Barbeau, Michael Berryman, Felissa Rose and Sid Haig.

In the film…

Two federal agents fight their way through nine levels of Hell inside a secret prison known as the Death House. A facility-wide prison break turns their flight into a tour of horrors as they push toward the ultimate evil housed in the lowest depths of the earth.

Death House arrives January 26, 2018, in Regal Cinemas across the US!



  • Just waiting for the wide V.O.D. release.

    • Saturn

      Hey – how did you get that live feed of me?

      • The dark web has many secrets.

        • Saturn

          In all seriousness when I first saw that gif I really was doing EXACTLY the same thing while browsing!

  • zombie84_41

    hmmm hoping this will be good

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  • Geno1987

    This would look promising, if it wasn’t for everything in pitch black with the same stock “thwap” sound effect over and over.

    • Bleedsfromthesky

      Glad I’m not the only one who found that sound effect to be annoying.

  • dave o

    Been looking forward to this for a while and in all honesty that clip is kinda disappointing:(

  • Dan Warren (Forgottenretroworl

    When I look at that top photo I think of “This is the water, and this is the well…” Vernon Wells, anyway.

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