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Return to House on Haunted Hill (R1) in October

Warner Home Video have announced the Region 1 DVD release of Return to House on Haunted Hill on 16th October 2007. Warner Premiere, the direct-to-consumer production arm for Warner Bros. Pictures and Warner Home Video, creaks open the doors for the sequel to the 1999 remake of the 1959 Vincent Price classic. Return to House on Haunted Hill, produced by Joel Silver’s genre banner, Dark Castle Entertainment is brought to you by award-winning director Victor García (El Ciclo) and features an ensemble cast including Amanda Righetti (“Entourage,” “The O.C.”), Erik Palladino (“CSI,” “Over There,” “ER”), Cerina Vincent (“Bones,” “Toxic,” Cabin Fever), Tom Riley (I Want Candy), Andrew Lee Potts (Primeval) and Steven Pacey (“Spooks”). Horror icon Jeffrey Combs (House on Haunted Hill) reprises his role as the evil Dr. Vannacutt.

Return to House on Haunted Hill will be available on separate R-Rated and Unrated DVD priced at $27.99 SRP each.

Extras on the Unrated DVD include:

  • Additional Scenes
  • Character Confessions: Return to House on Haunted Hill Confessionals
  • The Search for an Idol: Dr. Richard Hammer’s Quest
  • Mushroomhead Music Video “Simple Survival”

Synopsis: Sarah Wolfe was the only living survivor from the massacre at the Vannacutt Mansion, but no one believed her claims that ghosts were responsible for the gruesome murders that took place there. Now her recent and questionable suicide leaves her sister, Ariel, no choice but to devote herself to finding out who - or what - was responsible for her death. Ariel discovers that Sarah sent her the diary of the sadistic Dr. Vannacutt just before she died, offering clues to the diabolical evil that resides within the house. But the diary also makes Ariel a target in a deadly treasure hunt that leads a group of unwitting victims back to the Vannacutt Mansion, reawakening the terror imprisoned within the house on the hill.
This time, the house and the evil spirits inside are out to make sure that no one leaves alive.

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