One day, the Navidson's find that a small closet space emerged from their empty bedroom walls. They discover that their house is bigger on the inside than the outside by a quarter of an inch. Then, a door mysteriously appears in their living room, and leads to an endless labyrinth that defies the dimensions of the actual house. This labyrinth is completely uniform in both it's space and presence. It is empty, cold, always black, and is constantly twisting, changing, and growing as the characters explore its depths.
The opening titles of the film are meant to act as both a form of branding for the film, but also standout as its own work of art. It mentally prepares the viewer and gets . . .
The House of Leaves is actually a novel
by Mark Z. Danielewski. The story is about a documentary film, a family, and a house on Ash Tree Lane that are not real . . .
Take a glimpse at all the ideas and work that went into the making of the film’ s branding and promotions. The entire process took a very long time to make. . .