Genre: Horror Thriller
Director: Remi Weekes
Stars: Wunmi Mosaku, Sope Dirisu, Malaika Wakoli-Abigaba
The genre movie producers have gone through the previous three years attempting (and generally lacking) to reproduce the wizardry mixture of horror thrills & social annotation that made ‘Get Out’ so extraordinary. Yet, a couple has come as close as the British director Remi Weekes' startling and intriguing Netflix thriller.
He recounts the narrative of two South Sudanese evacuees looking for refuge in London, who are set out in the public lodging — a home they are prohibited from leaving, which turns into an issue when things begin to bump in the evening. In a skillful design, Weekes extends this plain haunted-house premise into a staggering assessment of despondency and distress; however, he forfeits no panics en route, forming ‘His House,’ an atypical film that stimulates both tears and gooseflesh.
The movie has a lot to say regarding pain, guilt, absorption, and the constant exile emergency. And in addition to all that, it's as well as a clever nerve clinker.