Japanese horror isn’t something I pride myself on having a lot of knowledge of or contain much material about, but I do find enjoyment in what I come across even if the resemblance to an anime style becomes apparent in the storytelling. I’ll be straight forward with you right here and now, I’m not a fan of Japanese anime. No, sir. Can’t say that I am. However, my latest venture into the J-horror sends me back in time to the groovy year of 1977. The film is called House and no, not the Steve Miner feature from ’86. Also known by it’s Japanese name Hausu, House is a simple ghost tale with ambitious and groundbreaking special effects that dared much of the decade to catch up with the times.