I need the title of the short story that I describe next. I was fairly confident it was in Ray Bradbury's Illustrated Man, but when I went to Wikipedia to review the short-stories there contained, I couldn't find the one I was looking for. I'm quite positive that it was written by Ray Bradbury, but now I'm second-guessing myself. I remember it vaguely, especially the ending, but I'm quite sure most of the following elements are in it:
This is set in a dystopic/utopic future (like pretty much all Ray Bradbury wrote), and it describes a smart house being tried because it has apparently killed its owner while the owner watched a movie. In this movie, the scene was very cold, and the house, thinking that it was a good movie-immersion idea, started to lower the temperature of the room, effectively killing its owner.
It is implied that the house has intelligence of its own, and it should have known better than to lower the temperature so much that the human inside would die, therefore it is brought to justice.
Or something like that.
I read it when I was like 6 years old (in 1996 or thereabout), please forgive my bad memory.