His House (2020) Full Movie

His House
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His House (2020) : After making a harrowing escape from war-torn South Sudan, a young refugee couple struggle to adjust to their new life in a small English town that has an unspeakable evil lurking beneath the surface.

Title His House (2020)
Release Date Jan 27, 2020
Genres , ,
Production Company New Regency Pictures, BBC Films, Starchild Pictures, Vertigo Entertainment
Production Countries United Kingdom
Casts Sope Dirisu, Wunmi Mosaku, Matt Smith, Malaika Wakoli-Abigaba, Javier Botet, Emily Taaffe, Rasaq Kukoyi, Vivien Bridson, Cornell John, Bradley Banton, Gamba Cole
Plot Keywords refugee, supernatural, horror, ghost, diaspora, british film, black horror
Bol
Bol
Sope Dirisu
Rial
Rial
Wunmi Mosaku
Mark
Mark
Matt Smith
Nyagak
Nyagak
Malaika Wakoli-Abigaba
The Creature
The Creature
Javier Botet
Dr. Hayes
Dr. Hayes
Emily Taaffe
William
William
Rasaq Kukoyi
The Queen
The Queen
Vivien Bridson
The Witch
The Witch
Cornell John
Phillip
Phillip
Bradley Banton
George
George
Gamba Cole
The Creature
The Creature
Scott Michael Wagstaff
Driver
Driver
Ty Hurley
Aid Worker
Aid Worker
Mevis Birungi
Old Woman
Old Woman
Yvonne Campbell
Pub Hooligan
Pub Hooligan
Rene Costa
Church Man
Church Man
Andy Gathergood
Zombie refugee
Zombie refugee
Mark Gooden
Council estate resident
Council estate resident
Marie Hamm
Aid Worker
Aid Worker
John Kamau
John-Samuel Kande
John-Samuel Kande
John Samuel Kande

Reviews

  • Mark B

    A power-house debut from Remi Weekes, deftly balancing social commentary with old school horror (and for once, without zombies). The movie pulls you inside the life of a Sudanese refugee couple assigned to an apartment in London after a harrowing escape via boat from their home country. In addition to the nightmare of their experience, they’ve got a potential poltergeist. Movies often face-plant while struggle to convey what is real, a dream, a backstory, or something else. "His House" weaves these shifts expertly. And you will not see the twist coming in the last act. Here's hoping Remi Weekes joins Ari Aster and Robbert Eggers, bringing horror to a new level of intellectual freakiness.