Disconcerting houses in movies.

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1. Hill House from The Haunting (1963) aka Ettington Park Hotel. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ettington_Park_Hotel
The perfect place for a romantic weekend away/paranormal investigation.

2. The Psycho House (1960).
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“No! I will not hide in the fruit cellar!”

3. Fred Madison’s house in Lost Highway (1997)
According to estate agent details it has one bedroom and three bathrooms. They neglect to tell prospective buyers about sudden, post coital appearances of Robert Blake in a woman’s wig. Can’t imagine why. It’s a positive asset to a home if you ask me!

4. Rotwang’s house in Metropolis (1927). Half mad scientist’s. Half alchemist’s. All groovy.

5. Scott Carey’s dollhouse in The Incredible Shrinking Man (1957).
Pros – Comes with a lovely balcony. Cons – Is susceptible to attack by house cat.

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    1. You’ve gone nuts again Fishboy. Well done!

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