With vinyl making a comeback and almost every franchise from the 1980s finding its way to remakesville, one has to give credit to Magnet Releasing, the studio behind the sleeper, spookfest of 2009, The House of The Devil.

Not only does The House of The Devil look like an '80s film. From the opening credits which have a pulsating soundtrack behind them, to the film's measured pace, to the clothes the characters wear and even the film's one sheet!

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The House of The Devil doesn't just look like an '80s film... it is an '80s film.

Now, to beat the drum for this movie and the decade that spawned it even more... Magnet has seen fit to send us the movie on VHS. Yes, you read that right. So it seems that in this day and age when everything from The Jazz Singer is going to be redone in 3D, it's nice to know that everything old can become new again and vice versa.

Check out our video below that showcases this cool VHS artwork...

The House of The Devil stars A.J. Bowen, Tom Noonan, Mary Woronov, Dee Wallace, Jocelin Donahue and Greta Gerwig and was written and directed by Ti West.