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Surprise! Hell House LLC the Director's Cut Hits Amazon Prime Just in Time for Halloween

Forget the candy: Here's an even sweeter Halloween horror treat.

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This Halloween weekend just got a lot more terrifying. The special edition director’s cut of Hell House LLC is set to hit Amazon Prime Video on Friday, October 30. Now, horror fans can celebrate the spookiest night of the year by watching the critically acclaimed found footage horror movie.

Hell House LLC takes place five years after a haunted attraction at the former Abaddon Hotel went horribly wrong. Fifteen visitors and staff members died under mysterious circumstances, the cause of which was described as an “unknown malfunction” by authorities. Now, a documentary crew is revisiting that tragic night in search of answers—but they may not like what they find. 

When the crew gets the chance to interview the only surviving staff member of Hell House, she discusses the alleged paranormal events that she witnessed and reveals that she’s in possession of footage from the haunted house. The documentary crew dives into the footage, and viewers are brought right back to the horrifying night in question, this time up close and personal.

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New viewers and long-time fans alike will scream with both fear and delight when they find out that Amazon has released the director’s cut of Hell House LLC on its platform. Including never-before-seen footage, this special edition features an extended cut of the film and bonus materials, from deleted scenes to cast auditions to location scouting for the Abaddon Hotel.

Make no bones about it, horror fans who watch the extended version of Hell House LLC this Halloween are in for a night of splattery fun. Watch the chilling trailer below, then head on over to Amazon Prime to queue up your most haunting Halloween flick yet.

Featured still from "Hell House LLC" via Terror Films