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Death House is a horror film written by Harrison Smith and Gunnar Hansen. Dubbed by fans as being "The Expendables of Horror," the film has over 20 horror names and is an 80s action throwback to the heyday of horror. It premiered on September 2, 2017 at the Central Florida Film Festival and was officially released on November 6, 2018.


During an exclusive tour, a power breakdown inside a secret prison known as the Death House sends two agents fighting through a labyrinth of horrors while being pursued by a ruthless army of roaming inmates. As they fight to escape, the agents push toward the lowest depths of the facility where they learn a supernatural group of evil beings is their only chance for survival.



  • Bill Moseley as Giger
  • Tony Todd as Farmer Asa
  • Nicole Cinaglia as Elise
  • Adrienne Barbeau as Virtual Narrator (voice)
  • Cortney Palm as Toria Boon
  • Kane Hodder as Sieg
  • Kenny Ray Powell as Victor Galan
  • Debbie Rochon as Leatherlace
  • Gunnar Hansen as Albert Kenny
  • Dee Wallace as Dr. Eileen Fletcher
  • Cody Longo as Jae Novak
  • Camille Keaton as Kristi Boon
  • Barbara Crampton as Dr. Karen Redmane
  • Lindsay Hartley as Balthoria
  • Michael Berryman as Crau
  • Vincent M. Ward as Thile
  • Vernon Wells as Nela
  • Sid Haig as Icicle Killer
  • Joseph Ferrante as Officer Dante
  • Brinke Stevens as Doctor Banks
  • Stelio Savante as Doctor Roos
  • Tiffany Shepis as Doctor Peter
  • John J. Thomassen as Death House Staff Worker
  • Lloyd Kaufman as Dr. Chalice
  • Richard Speight Jr. as Doctor Bennett
  • Felissa Rose as Dr. Angela Freeman
  • Lauren Compton as Dr. Logan Harrison
  • Larry Zerner as Shelly The Death House Prop Man
  • Beverly Randolph as Doctor Tarman
  • Yan Birch as Doctor Phibes
  • Elissa Dowling as Doctor Rowena
  • Bill Oberst Jr. as Satan's Creator
  • Sean Whalen as Satan
  • Bernhard Forcher as Antichrist
  • Michael Guarnera as Commander Bradshaw
  • Steven Chase as Corporal Salerno
  • Anthony Hoang as Subordinate Soldier
  • R.A. Mihailoff as Prison Badass Leader
  • Steve Nappe as Bijhead
  • Tony Moran as Death House Inmate
  • Gabrielle Stone as Linz Haddon


  • Early drafts of the script had been written as possible scenes or story lines for the SAW franchise.


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