The House On Pine Street

Director: Aaron Keeling, Austin KeelingUSA 2015111 minutesFSK 18 (unchecked)
Ostentor CinemaSat. 24.09.201614:00German premiere

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That is what it is about

After a nervous breakdown, Jennifer moves with her husband to her birthplace to hopefully find the ideal place for their upcoming family happiness. But the situation is not easy: the domineering mother dictates the pregnant Jennifer's lifestyle in every way. When ominous shadows also begin to stir in the corners of the old house and evil seeks the lives of the family, no one wants to believe her. But the house knows what it wants...

What you should know

The success of psychological horror films such as THE BABADOOK or IT FOLLOWS shows that a trend in horror cinema that opposes the hard and explicit material is on the rise. THE HOUSE ON PINE STREET is in this tradition. The makers play with the classic haunted house motifs, proving that slamming doors and victims being thrown around are still very unsettling more than 30 years after POLTERGEIST. An insider tip that deserves its status in every respect.
Original title: The House On Pine Street
Rights holder: Raven Banner Entertainment
Language: English original version
Cast: Emily Goss, Taylor Bottles, Cathy Barnett
Film Festivals: Calgary International Film Festival, FANT Film Festival, New Orleans Horror Film Festival, Nocturna Film Festival, Macabro Film Festival


The twin brothers Aaron and Austin Keeling already made their first feature film at the age of 17. They then attended the USC School of Cinematic Arts in Los Angeles together, from which they both graduated successfully. Even though their career paths differed in detail, they worked together on all their directing work. This was the case with their short films and also their second feature film THE HOUSE ON PINE STREET, which quickly became one of the biggest festival hits of the year.
The House On Pine Street, Directors

Audience Award

The House On Pine Street was voted 2nd place (3.44 points) in the Perspective category by our audience at the HARD:LINE Festival 2016.

The evaluation was based on a five-point system (1 = Nope!, 5 = Yeah!).

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