The House (Huset) is a really solid Norwegian horror film set in Norway during World War 2…The acting is superb from all three leads [and] the superb cinematography by John-Erling H. Fredrikson and the production design by the director Reinhert Kiil compliment each other perfectly, flawlessly evoking the era the film is set. The framing of shots brilliantly utilises the widescreen, with great use of camera movement, and the editing by Iris Jenssen Nylaendet and Silje Rekk heightening the atmosphere. The drained coloured look of the film works beautifully. Horror fans who are after a creepy and atmospheric horror film with some heart and depth will find The House well worth checking out.” – TheBloodyAsylum