Since it’s an LLC, that means Hell House has an EIN and articles of organization
What a singular masterpiece.
I've never seen any movie that has quite this look, and few movies that have such a distinct one; after seeing it long ago as an undergrad at my school's International Cinema I always remembered that car wending across dusty yellow and brown roads.
On second watch I love it more.
Slow but never boring. A great portrait of human despair, unencumbered by details unique to the individual. A feeling of dread builds as the movie progresses. The ending forces me to assume the perspective of a parable. Kurd, Afghan, Turk. Soldier, seminarian, teacher. Burial and resurrection.