I have to believe Cerina Vincent would, so we will make the choice together - and it will be this one:
I love William Castle's original House on Haunted Hill. I thought the 1999 remake was okay, too. No classic, but a decent watch, as most of the Dark Castle movies have been. I wasn't sure about the idea of a direct-to-video sequel, however, until I found out that they really jazzed this flick up for its high def release on Blu-Ray (and HD DVD, although Heaven help you if you chose that format) - how about that interactive feature?
So, with 96 possibilities, each viewing can be a somewhat different movie - and what's really cool - it isn't a bunch of seeming flexibility in the middle that always comes back around to the exact same ending with the exact same survivors - you actually control who lives and who dies with your decisions.
I don't want every movie to be like this - and I'm not sure I'd watch this one more than once without it - but it is a fun way to experience this very gory ghost story with a group of friends - and my Blu-Ray is ready to go anytime - even tonight, if you were to show up at my door!
And that wraps us up until next post, so you Can Poke Me With A Fork, Cause I Am Outta Here!