Buster Keaton, vintage cinema’s first slapstick comedy hero, indulges in his love of machines in the riotous comedy The Electric House. Every Keaton film is scrumptiously entertaining for different reasons; and The Electric House is, thankfully, no different. Keaton plays a college student who, through a mix up, graduates with an engineering degree. With the help of the book “Electricity Made Easy,” Keaton proves a whiz and redesigns a rich house with fancy technology. As things get chaotic in the house, Keaton shines on the screen with his comedic timing and creativity involving the wonderful gadgets going crazy. Buster Keaton never fails to entertain, and neither does The Electric House.