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  • That's fairly sad considering the amount of talent in the movie

    • by Jenn Eblin
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      Valerie on the Stairs isn’t a very good movie on its own, and when you compare it to the other films in the Masters of Horror series, it looks even worse. That’s fairly sad considering the amount of talent in the movie.

      The movie centers on a main character who moves into a boarding house for authors who


      have never been published.

      At least it looks like a boarding house, but when you get inside the rooms it looks more like smaller apartments, which doesn’t make a whole lot of sense.

      Once the man moves in, he tries to bond with the other authors, but everyone in this eccentric ensemble have their own problems.

      The real ...


      • stand out of the cast is Christopher Lloyd, playing an author who actually wrote a book that was turned into a bad horror movie.

        He keeps his past hidden so he can keep living in the house.

        Our main character begins to see a girl named Valerie in the house, but everyone else swears that there’s no one

        there by that name.

        Every time he tries to get close to her, a demon played by Tony Todd grabs her and pulls her away, including one night when the two are making love.

        He quickly learns that Valerie and the demon are the culmination of the unfilled hopes and dreams of the writers living in the house.




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