Orange Eats Creeps, Grace Krilanovich’s debut novel, has been intensely praised by Shelley Jackson, Steve Erickson, Blake Butler, Brian Evenson and, um, Gawker. Set in a meth-ravaged section of the 1990s Pacific northwest, it includes junkie vampires, drug-induced ESP and a missing foster sister. By all reports it is awesome. Here, as a Halloween mood-setter, Krilanovich reviews the 1977 Japanese psychedelic horror film House, directed by Nobuhiko Obayashi, an experimental filmmaker who had previously directed a Charles Bronson commercial for "Mandom" cologne. The film has just been lushly re-released by Criterion Collection.