House of Manson (2014)
House of Manson Plot Synopsis:An unflinching chronicle of Charles Manson, the ex-con who was able to amass a dedicated following of young people in the late 1960s. The era of peace and love was ultimately brought to its knees following his orchestration of the notorious Sharon Tate and LaBianca murders, which sent a shockwave throughout the U.S.A and the world. To this very day, Manson remains a fascinating figure in today's world and remains incarcerated... Prepare to enter the mental and depraved world of Charles Manson.
House of Manson (2014) Review
House of Manson (2014) is an American crime biography movie that is filled with thrills and drama. Director and writer Brandon Slagle (The Dark Avengers (2005), Dead Sea (2014), The Black Dahlia Haunting (2012), Methodic (2007)) did a phenomenal job directing this unique movie. I was interested in seeing this film because I did a biography on him and was interested to see how the movie portrays him. This movie is like no other and is one that should be seen by everyone that is interested in seeing a biography on Charles Manson life. This movie has a unique approach to it and a more serious tone that makes it a marvelous film.
House of Manson is a chronicle of the life of Charles Manson that shows events from his life leading to the murder of Sharon Tate and LaBianca. This movie focuses more on the Manson Family (Charles Manson’s followers) rather than on his sexual life and extravagant details on Sharon Tate. Charles Manson is played by actor, Ryan Kiser (Truth or Dare (2013), Potpourri (2011), One Night Stand (2010), Lie Lie (2009)) and he did a good job at it. The movie has two timelines, and the director did an excellent job combining both together; where we see Charles standing trial and then events of his life.
The sound department could have done a better job. The actors all delivered a realistic, convincing job with their roles, and I bet that was not easy. The Sound Department once again was a huge disappointment for me. The biography was on point from what I have read from the numerous research I have done, and it was nice to see that the movie was done right this time around. Overall, the movie was a very interesting piece of work. Reading and writing about serial killers has amazed me in so many ways and has also broadened my thinking about the world we live in. I am more aware of my surroundings and whom I speak to because people are not who they appear to be sometimes.
- House of Manson Rating Scores
- Our Score: 9
- Overall Score: 6.40
- IMDB: 5.0
About House of Manson 2014
Runtime: 98 minutes
Genre: Thriller, Drama, Crime, Biography, History
Total Avg. Votes: 727
House of Manson Writers: NA
House of Manson Director: Brandon Slagle