For those in the Los Angeles area and predisposed to seek out dark independent film delights, Kill House will enjoy its theatrical premiere at the Egyptian Theatre’s American Cinematheque on Wednesday, March 7 at 7:30 p.m. A modern day tale of bloodlust, rivalry and greed starring
Susan Artigas, Iris Berry and Drew Droege (TV’s
911), the movie is a
bloody black comedy with a satirical twist.
The story centers around a brutally murdered
and panic spread further as more and more agents start turning up dead. Who’s behind these
crazed serial killings? The prime suspect is an ex-con hired by one of the
property owners. But after he’s caught, the killings don’t stop — in fact, they only get
worse. Written and directed by Beth Dewey, Kill House harkens back to campy “slasher” films
of the 1970s, while also fixing horror
movies and consumerism within its satirical sights. For screening information, phone (323) 466-FILM, or visit the Cinematheque’s eponymous Web site by clicking here. For more information on Kill House, click here to visit their Web site.