With Hell House LLC: Lake of Fire, I was glad to see the format went back to the first one and not the second, where it was more of a set-up to the punchline that was the third’s ending. I much prefer being with the people/crew as they’re getting haunted and not having the story told to me through third-person vignettes and camera jumps. It takes one out of the story. (I gave Hell House LLC: 2 a 7/10 overall rating on my Twitter because of this.)

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