House

Our demons obstruct the path to happiness. Certain ones arise through no fault of our own. We must slay them. Chance often brings tragedy. It circumvents good karma. We must handle whatever chance throws our way. I first watched House (1986) in a drive-in movie theater when I was eight years old. It scared the dickens out of me. It’s actually a comedy. I realized this when watching the film as a teenager. I have seen it countless times. Roger Cobb must battle a demon that was created through no fault of his own. He must come to terms with his past and himself. This is a fun movie with serious messages. A spoonful of sugar helps the medicine go down.

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