House on Haunted Hill, The Easter Egg - Secret Movie

1)Go to the credits
2)Fast forward to the end of the credits
3)Soon, there will be a short "movie" featuring Steve and Evelyn Price
Enjoy!

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Contributed By: purple_people_eater on 07-04-2000
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Also, the mini-movie at the end wasn't just something staring Steven and Evelyn Price. Did you notice that at the start, at the END of the documentary, the patient who picked up the video camera and looked into it (in the doco on TV) was the same patient who was looking into the camera at the START of the mini-film! This shows us that Steven and Evelyn are now part of the house and all the horrors within it. Not a happy ending...
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Come on! It was bloody scary! You don't need gore to be scary! The techniques used were brilliant! Like the bit were video-camera chick sees the operating room ghosts through the LCD screen but not through her own eyes and then she turns around and you can see just a figure standing in the shadows down the other end of the corridor while the music holds on that one note and then the zombie/ghost thing ran/walked up to her and screamed. That running walk thing was a KICKASS effect! As was the way Dr. Vannucut walks......creepy.
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oreoz writes:
I saw this @ my friend's house. It scared the living crap out of me because I had a huge open kitchen behind me and the dog kept jumping on me. So I used the credits to calm down. I had just relaxed when that came on. I screamed when I first saw it. It took me a while to fall asleep!!!
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Nairb writes:
Many movies have these. My cousin and I always fast forward the credits to check. I have relatives who say that that was the scariest movie they saw. They saw it in a theater, and there was nobody behind them, but another of my cousins said that he said : "Mom, why did you tap my shoulder?" and that she said that she didn't, with it being impossible for anyone else to have touched him. I played the intro to Sweet Dreams by Marilyn Manson (also in the movie) afterr watching it, and i heard something in my room move, but the movie was scary.
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RLF writes:
Come on!It wasn't that scary(at least it was better than the original).I'd say Sleepy Hollow or Idle Hands are more gory.
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you know, i hate my friends. when i saw this movie, i thought i was amazing and it immediately became one of my favorites. But my friends were too COOL to stay and see if there was anything at the end of the credits. So i didn't see it till months later when i rented the video. I had to explian to my mom that the film at the end is where the characters are once they are taken into the darkness of the house.
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DJ writes:
This movie freaked me out so bad after I saw it that I couldn't sleep for two weeks, and I wouldn't go into my friend's house, which was conveniently rested atop a large hill. Oddly enough, I watch it at least once a week anymore.
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Christy writes:
I remember going to see this in the theaters.The first showing had already let out and I was standing at the doors waiting for my parents to come with the popcorn and I saw the "short film". I was like,"What the heck?" After the movie(which my mom hated because she doesn't really like scary movies anyway) I made my dad stay and see what was at the end.We watched it and we were like "Creepy" Just thought I'd share.
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Red_rum writes:
I dunno if thats really an egg, although it was cool, and I did miss it the first few times I saw the movie. The thing where the ghosts seem to run and walk at the same time, a sort of twisted, faster than reality walk, and when they shake their heads really fast, didn't start with this movie. The first time I ever saw it was in a movie called Jacobs Ladder. They weren't walking around, but they were shaking their heads and their upper torsos, kind of like that first freak out scene with Eddie and the tank of "blood". Jacobs ladder was made around 1989, I think, has Maculli Kulkin in it.
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rainbowbrite writes:
I agree w/ the paranoic critical about the things that were scary in the movie. You definately don't need gore for a scary movie. If I wanted gore i would watch Sleepy Hollow, which was an extremely UNSCARY movie. Blood is soooooooo overdone.
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0XiDE writes:
The first time I saw this movie was when i snuck in with two of my friends when I was 15. We were almost alone in the entire cinema, and were scared out of out heads! It was so scary, we left three quarters of the way through, and that night I listened to classical music because I couldn't get to sleep because I was so scared!
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paul writes:
Okay, i don't tell people this often, because it's rather embarrassing... But with all the discussion about the fast-motion technique used... When I saw the film in theatre, the scene with the guy in the corner, that jumps in her face... i had a mild seizure and something triggered a repressed memory about a dream about something that happened when i was a kid... To make a long story short, i couldnt talk for hours, and i couldnt sleep for days. Try explaining *that* to a shrink. But even so, I still found the movie to be an excellent example of psychological terror... paul
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Jade writes:
Don't you realize that not EVERYONE has the opportunity to watch movies on DVD? I think purple people eater was referring to the video since he/she said fast forward. With DVD you just skip to track whatever.
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