The House That Drips Blood on Alex

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The House That Drips Blood on Alex
Directed by Brock LaBorde
Jared Richard
Produced by Brock LaBorde
Written by Brock LaBorde
Jared Richard
Starring Tommy Wiseau
Joey Greco
Justine Ezarik
Brooke Brodack
Rory Windhorst
Arlando Smith
Chris Trew
Brock LaBorde
Music by David McKeever
Cinematography Yaque Silva-Doyle
Edited by Jared Richard
Distributed by
Release dates
  • October 14, 2010 (2010-10-14)
Running time 13 minutes
Country United States
Language English

The House That Drips Blood on Alex is a 2010 comedy horror short starring Tommy Wiseau.[1] The film was written by sketch comedy group Studio8.[2] It first aired October 14, 2010 on Comedy Central[3][4] and was released online at It was also included as an extra on the DVD compilation of The Tommy Wi-Show, a web series also created by Studio8 and starring Wiseau.

The title is an irreverent homage to the Amicus film The House That Dripped Blood.


The film starts off with two girls talking to each other in a movie theater. Suddenly, an old man sits next to them and starts to tell them a scary story that he claims is true.

The story is about a man named Alex who has just moved into an old house at 3 Blood Street. He is excited about moving in, until his friend Thomas points out that the house is dripping blood onto him. Alex is nonchalant about this, saying that it is just the house's paint job, although Thomas observes that nothing is painted this color. They ignore this, but after more blood drips on Alex later, the pair agree to approach the landlord to report the "leak".

The next day, they discover that the landlord's office is vacant, and it looks like it has not been used in years. Alex finds this odd, saying that the office was open yesterday. Alex hopes the landlord will call him and explain the dripping blood, but starts to worry as the problem continues.

Thomas explains the whole story to his friend Bobby the next day. When Alex meets up with them, Thomas offers Alex a place to stay until the problem stops. Alex declines, saying that he is not going to let some "leak" make him move. Later, Alex goes up to the attic to investigate the source of the blood. He discovers his own dead body on the attic floor, causing him to panic.

The film cuts to the present day, where the old man finishes his story. The previews start, and the first trailer is for a horror film called "3 Blood Street" that has the same plot as the old man's story. When both girls look at the old man, he has become a skeleton, causing the girls to scream.



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