House IV (1992) – WTF ​​happened to this horror movie?

It’s time for a new episode of our WTF did happen to this horror movie? series of videos, and in this one we look back at the 1992 mess known as House IV (You understand HERE). Unlike previous sequels to the anthological Accommodation franchise, this one is a direct sequel to the original Accommodation…but it’s the one that left many fans wishing the filmmakers had just left Accommodation only. To find out why, watch the video embedded above.

Directed by Lewis Abernathy from a screenplay by Geof Miller and Deirdre Higgins (with RJ Robertson and Jim Wynorski receiving story credit), House IV – which is also known as House IV: The Recovery and House IV: Mortal Hearth – has the following synopsis:

After Roger Cobb dies in a car accident, his wife and young daughter move into an old house haunted by a Native American curse. Soon they begin to experience frightening and unexplained phenomena.

The film stars Terri Treas, William Katt, Scott Burkholder, Denny Dillon, Melissa Clayton, Dabbs Greer, Ned Romero and Ned Bellamy. Stunt coordinator Kane Hodder makes an appearance as “Human Pizza”.

That’s what the WTF happened to this horror movie the series is all about:

Hollywood has had its fair share of historically troubled productions. Whether it’s casting changes, actor deaths, directors being fired, rewrites in production, constant delays, budget cuts, or studio edits, these movies were meant to be. to be a blockbuster, but were beset by unforeseen disasters. Sometimes huge hits, sometimes box office bombs. Either way, we have to ask ourselves: WTF got to this horror movie?

The House IV episode of WTF did happen to this horror movie? was written by Bryan Wolford, edited by Victoria Verduzco, narrated by Jason Hewlett, produced by Lance Vlcek and John Fallon, and produced by Berge Garabedian.

A few of the show’s previous episodes can be seen below. To see more, visit our JoBlo Horror Originals YouTube Channel – and subscribe while you’re at it!

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