The House That Jack Built

Sadistic, but in your eyes probably a masterpiece.

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Podcast Release Date:
Oct 23, 2020

So that’s where Uma Thurman has been all this time!

Become a Now Playing Patron this October and step inside The House That Jack Built. Wannabe architect Matt Dillon wants to make you feel cozy inside his lair, so ignore the bodies and bad pizza piled up in the freezer, and consider how all the blood on the walls is just another form of art. Is bad boy director Lars Von Trier going to Hell for making crude jokes about the suffering he’s caused women, children, and small animals throughout his controversial career?  Stuart, Jakob, and Arnie are ready to pass judgement when you Donate Now.

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Movie Details

Individual Movie Reviews
Patron Exclusives
Lars von Trier
2 h 32 min
Release Date
4 October 2018
Drama, Horror, Crime, Thriller
Failed architect, engineer and vicious murderer Jack narrates the details of some of his most elaborately orchestrated crimes, each of them a towering piece of art that defines his life's work as a serial killer for twelve years.

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