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’11th Hour Cleaning’ Resurrects Cast to Battle Nordic Demon [Exclusive]

Chloe Brooks in Justin Timberlake's "Mirrors"

Chloe Brooks, Anita Leeman Torres, pictured below, and Edward Finlay have joined the cast of Exit 44 Entertainment’s upcoming supernatural horror film, 11th Hour Cleaning, Bloody Disgusting learned exclusively.

11th Hour Cleaning is the directorial feature debut of Ty Leisher, who penned the script with the help of co-producer and co-star Ed Morrone (White Collar, The Fugitive Chronicles), and producer/editor Eric Brodeur (Filly Brown, Exeter).

The film tells the story of a group of crime scene cleaners that struggle to escape a murder house after becoming trapped by an ancient Nordic demon that is hell-bent on driving them insane.

Leeman Torres (Bloody Bobby, Fun Size Horror: Volume One) plays Rachel, a caring and thoughtful woman who keeps everyone together but hides a dark secret which puts her marriage in jeopardy.

Finlay (“Lethal Weapon”, 2 Fast 2 Furious) will play Dylan, a husband with a tough exterior who owns and operates the crime scene cleaning crew while trying to manage work-life balance with Rachel.

Brooks (Justin Timberlake’s “Mirrors”) will play Hannah, a spitfire that works as a cleaner who is brash and quick-witted. Her past relationship with Marcus (Morrone) ended abruptly when he went to prison which leaves her vulnerable and upset when he starts working at the company.

Morrone’s Marcus is an ex-con trying to get his life back in order with the help of his sister, Rachel.

The creative team behind the camera includes special effects makeup artist Melanie Young (Scream Series, The Sacrament) cinematographer Vince Taroc, and production designer Kim Brunner (The New Adventures of Peter & Wendy).

Filming set to commence on December 9, 2017, in the director’s hometown of El Segundo, CA.

“As a kid, my parents were foreclosed home cleaners until one day, we walked into a house where a murder occurred,” said Leisher. “Since that day I’ve dreamed of telling this horrific story in the most psychologically twisted way possible.”

11th Hour Cleaning marks the second collaboration for the Exit 44 Entertainment team. Watch their previous short film, “Stranded” here.



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  • Evan3

    This sounds fantastic!

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