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People Under the Stairs movie review and analysis

Friday, December 15, 2017

The People Under the Stairs is a 1991 horror movie, written and directed by Wes Craven. I am not familiar with any of the actors, but this thriller movie had eerie characters that it kept me interested until the end because I wanted to see what happens and if they will every escape.

It is about abducted kids living in the basement, and they end up being cannibals to survive. No one is said to be able to escape because the house is well-controlled via control panel in the wall. But the man and woman who live there are very rich, and many men try to break into the house in order to steal their gold coins. They end up being killed and fed to the cannibal children, who look like zombies. But a young black kid, who goes by “Fool,” which is from The Fool tarot card, becomes the brave one who makes it his mission to free Alice and the cannibal kids in the basement.

It is an action-filled thriller that keeps you on the edge of your seat, as you are eager to see what happens to the main characters as well as who will actually survive and make it out of the haunted house maze with secret rooms. The kids are punished in weird and sick ways, such as cutting out their tongue if they speak out or go against the man and woman.

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This movie reminds me of the Illuminati and Zionist Pedophilia child trafficking, where kids are abducted, raped, tortured, and eventually killed. But none of the kids in this movie were raped. They were just abused to control them. That is probably where the late Wes Craven got his ideas in this movie from, and it is like he was trying to be a voice for the abducted and abused kids.

You can watch the full movie on YouTube for free. I might watch it again if I get bored.

#2 The People Under The Stairs (trailer)

Check out this movie trailer for this movie. It sounds like a dramatic story.

#3 Tribute to Wes Craven (1939-2015)

This video describes Wes Craven’s movie well, I think, because this movie critics explain Wes’ style and they consider his horror movies as classic horror movies.

It is sad that all the good movie makers are dead, and we are stuck with the shit movie makers.

#4 Wes Craven – In Memoriam – Profiles (September 1st, 2015)

Since I just remembered that I heard he died a couple of years ago, right after I watched one of his movies on the indie channel that I thought was interesting, I thought it was sad. I forgot which movie it was that I saw that day. 

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