Like him or not Zak Bagans has placed his mark on the paranormal scene for sometime. Few possibly remember that back in 2014 he purchased a very particular piece of property. This house located in Gary, Indiana belonged to the Ammons. Latoya along with her three kids were victims of a supposed possession that leaves Zak, crew and anyone who enters affected. “A real life GRUDGE” if you believe in spirits or not clearly DEMON HOUSE has something sinister going on.
This is possibly the most serious work for Bagans. From start to finish he investigates every lead he can which leads him to disbelief and confusion. So after seeing the toll it takes on all who enters he realizes it’s only one way to find out. This is a great documentary for fans of demonic possession and the supernatural. One thing that sticks out is the emphasis Zak puts on the location of the house that could be the cause of so much dread. So often do we see castles and extravagant mansions filled with the uncleasend that DEMON HOUSE sort of hits home. This is the type of film you could spend fact checking every moment or just embrace the work Bagans and crew has done. Most of the famed houses of horrors have received the big budget once over, but not DEMON HOUSE. The flick is raw and unfiltered which makes this a very entertaining watch.
Documentary style films rarely get their just due in theaters and VOD but usually catch fire on home entertainment. DEMON HOUSE should do well on any platform it’s on. As intriguing as the intro to the film Bagan’s adds his film to the list of some other extraordinary recently made documentaries.
DEMON HOUSE is directed and stars Zak Bagans. It will be available on VOD and Digital HD on March 16th courtesy of Freestyle Digital Media.