The contrived story follows a boy who's confined to a wheelchair. His father takes in the boy's grandmother and her granddaughter after a massacre offs the remainder of their family. The boy is nervous and has bad dreams about what might transpire -- and what does is even worse than those nightmares. In come the meat cleavers, in comes the stun gun. In comes the cannibalism. There are explanations for all of this provided in the end, but they don't make much sense, nor do they matter.
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'House' star Laurie received star number 2,593 on the Hollywood Walk of Fame this week.