Filmed entirely within
Billed as a 'remake' (although it certainly isn't), House of Wax opens to the usual fare that current slasher pictures are renowned for:
House of Wax was never going to be rocket-science applied to a horror film. Aside from that, there are some genuinely unnerving and grizzly scenes (one of my favorites includes being 'waxed' alive), and no individual gets off lightly. Also, there is something fundamentally frightening about life-sized waxed caricatures mimicking the postures of the living . . .
The bottom line: Definitely worth a look for screen horror aficionados.