Friday, February 27, 2009

The House Between 3.3: "Scared"

The House Between 3.3,"Scared" is terrorizing viewers right now.

The episode is playing at Veoh and at Google. As usual, I recommend a full download at Veoh so that the compressed sound doesn't warble. A download from Veoh preserves the picture and sound in the best fashion, in my opinion.

Again, watch this one in the dark if you can...

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  1. Anonymous8:40 PM

    AWESOME! AWESOME! AWESOME! The absolute best yet! Very scary!

    There was much to digest in this episode.

    I do have to say that I am very happy with my decision not to watch it in the dark:-)

    Everyone was wonderful in this episode. I enjoyed everyone's performances. However, special kudos to Jim Blanton and Kim Breeding.

    Jim made my skin crawl when he was recounting the history of Vinny Coto. He made it so darn believable.

    Kim did an excellent job with the freaky lullaby and her rendition of "Dreams" was beautiful.

    Theresa has left us in a quandary. We know the 'what' but there is a question in my mind, at least, as to the 'who'. LOL

    Great episode, John. Thanks


  2. Thank you for your comments, Faninawe. I'm so glad you enjoyed "Scared" and now it is my turn to thank you!

    Thank you for being such a committed fan to The House Between, and always so supportive.

    I appreciate it (and I appreciate you!)


  3. Anonymous12:31 PM


    John, it has been my pleasure.

    Thank you for bringing this wonderful entertainment to us, the fans.

    Credit should be given where credit is due. You deserve so much!

    I voted in the poll at QI that you were the next Joss Whedon. Wish I could have voted twice. I would have also chosen Rod Serling:-) It was interesting, to me, that Lar chose to launch that poll. I had just told someone a week or two prior that I thought you would be the next Joss Whedon! I truly believe that and it seems I'm not alone. [No pressure]

    I am looking forward to all the good stuff still to come.

    Thank you!