Hausu (1977) – IMDb



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Oshare (Gorgeous) is excited about spending summer vacation with her father, until she finds out that his beautiful, freakishly serene girlfriend Ryouko would be going as well. Oshare decides she will be going to her aunt’s house in the country instead. She brings with her her friends from school – Fanta (who likes to take pictures, and daydreams a lot), KunFuu (who has very good reflexes), Gari/Prof (who is a major nerd), Sweet (who likes to clean), Mac (who eats a lot), and Melody (a musician). However, the girls are unaware that Oshare’s aunt is actually dead and the house is actually haunted. When they arrive at the house, crazy events take place and the girls disappear one by one while slowly discovering the secret behind all the madness.
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House is Calling to You Come Back Home and Marry Me




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Release Date:

September 1977 (USA)

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Also Known As:

House: The Director’s Cut

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Box Office

Opening Weekend USA:

$12,032,
17 January 2010

Gross USA:

$209,765

Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

$209,765


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Aspect Ratio:

1.37 : 1

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Trivia

Near the beginning of the film the girl’s father returns home and remarks that the Leone likes his music better than Morricone’s. This refers to the great director Sergio Leone who’s films were all scored by the maestro Ennio Morricone after “A Fistful of Dollars”. See more »



Crazy Credits

The first half of the ending credits runs over candid footage of the actresses. During the second half, the credits appear over the poster illustration (similar to the Masters of Cinema cover, but with more color), scrolling up the ”tongue” of the house. The main characters also show up on the sides of the screen. See more »


Connections

Featured in WatchMojo: Top 10 J Horror Films (2016)

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Soundtracks

Hungry House Blues
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