|release date||August 17 2010|
|studio||Bantam Street Productions|
|starring||Jim Beaver, Jennifer Blaire, Larry Blamire, Bob Burns|
|tagline||In A House, Everyone Can Hear You Scream|
SynopsisA strange and mysterious group of strange, mysterious people gathers in the old dark house of the Cavinder Estate for the reading of the will of the late Sinas Cavinder. Strangest and most mysterious of this group is the unseen psychopathic killer who is killing the attendees one by one.
With the glut of ridiculous parody movies that have come out over the past decade, it’s amazing that Larry Blamire has been living on the edge of obscurity. Cutting his teeth as an actor in the Boston area during the 1980s, he quickly moved into writing and directing his own plays, many of which had sci-fi/horror elements – with a dash of dark humor thrown in for good measure. Moving to LA to work on an animated interactive adventure called The Wise-Eye Guys, Blamire soon after shifted his focus to feature film directing, starting with The Lost Skeleton Of Cadavra in 2001. Incorporating elements from his play Bride Of The Mutant’s Tomb, about an Ed Wood-like character making a schlocky sci-fi movie during the 1950s, Lost Skeleton was an expertly made parody of nuclear era sci-fi cult classics – and it was filmed in ‘Skeletorama,’ no less. Featuring the rare element atmosphereum, rock scientists, people being horribly mutilated and a psychic skeleton, the film has gone on to be quoted in my home since it premiered on my TV in 2004. …Read More