Movie about 2 children in a house...?

... that is computerized and eventually takes over... there is something at the end about the family being eaten by lions that the house has "created" to come to life out of a tv documentary. It sounds corney - but I swear Ive seen it.... early 80s I think.

Update:

YES! The story is THE VELDT by Ray Bradbury... also know as The Illustrated Man. But I want the movie title... help anyone?

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    The movie was just called "The Veldt," too.

    Title: The veldt

    Author(s): Bradbury, Ray,; 1920-

    Kelsey, Linda. ; (Actor - act)

    Stewart, Malcolm. ; (Actor - act)

    Peacocke, Thomas. ; (Actor - act)

    Turner, Brad. ; (Director - drt)

    Corp Author(s): Atlantis Films. ; Grahame McLean Associates. ; Beacon Films.

    Publication: Evanston, Ill. :; Beacon Films,

    Year: 1989

    Description: 1 videocassette (26 min.) :; sd., col. ;; 1/2 in.

    Language: English

    Series: Ray Bradbury theater;

    Abstract: George and Lydia Hedley love their children Peter and Wendy too much. Their house is a miracle of inventions all designed to control, organize and facilitate a perfect human existence. The jewel of the house is the nursery. When the spoiled children become resentful of any attempt to change their lives, the nursery becomes a place of terror.

    SUBJECT(S)

    Descriptor: Short films.

    Film adaptations.

    Science fiction films.

    Horror films.

    System Info: VHS format.

    Note(s): "Produced in co-operation with USA Network and Dune. Produced in association with First Choice Canadian Communications Corporation, The Global Television Network, Superchannel, and Super Ecran. Produced with the participation of the Alberta Motion Picture Development Corporation. A Canada/New Zealand co-production."/ Based on an original story and written by Ray Bradbury./ Participants: Linda Kelsey, Malcolm Stewart, Thomas Peacocke, Damien Atkins, Shana Alexander, Del Mehes.

  • sdc_99
    Lv 5
    1 decade ago

    I remember a short story called "The Veldt" that had this plotline. And I vaguely remember there being a movie based on it, but I don't remember what the movie was called.

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