FRIDAY NIGHT AT THE TRAILER PARK: DEATH HOUSE

Synopsis: Two federal agents (Cody Longo, Cortney Palm) fight their way through nine levels of Hell inside a secret prison known as the Death House. A facility-wide prison break turns their flight into a tour of horrors as they push toward the ultimate evil housed in the lowest depths of the earth.

I don’t where to begin with this one except to say that I am incredibly excited to see this movie. Death House features a Who’s Who of the icons of horror in an all-new story that is sure to please the most tried and true hardcore horror fans. Just look at the line-up of talent featured here:

Adrienne Barbeau, Michael Berryman, Barbara Crampton, Sid Haig, Gunnar Hansen, Lindsay Hartley, Kane Hodder, Lloyd Kaufman, Camille Keaton, R.A. Mihailoff, Bill Moseley, Bill Oberst Jr., Felissa Rose, Richard Speight Jr., Tony Todd, Dee Wallace, Vincent M. Ward and Vernon Wells. WOW! Mind blown!

Death House is directed and written by B. Harrison Smith from an original story by none other than the late, legendary Leatherface himself, Gunnar Hansen.

Look for Death House in either late 2016 or early 2017. Until then check out the trailer and poster ↓.

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10 thoughts on “FRIDAY NIGHT AT THE TRAILER PARK: DEATH HOUSE

          • You know, I saw a few films with Bill Moseley in it and I wasn’t all that impressed. Say what you will about Rob Zombie but he really got something special out of Moseley in “House…” that I haven’t seen in his other films. As far as Bill Oberst Jr. I liked him in AL vs Zombies. Did you see that he commented on my blog review of a film that he was in? It was a real surprise. It was an anthology film, I can’t recall the name of it right now…

          • Bill Oberst Jr is one of the nicest and most down-to-earth guys in the horror genre or acting in general. He was incredibly gracious when I conducted my Q and A with him and still takes time out of his schedule to answer any random questions I may have. I became acquainted with him when he commented on a short film that he was in, The Beast, was featured on Short Film Saturday.

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