Baskin director Can Evrenol is about to hit the road with his absolutely bonkers Housewife, which was shot in Evrenol’s native Istanbul and continues his brand of nightmares.
In the film, “Holly’s childhood was a nightmare—at age 7, she watched her mother kill her sister and father. Twenty years later, Holly’s dreams remain plagued by that painful memory. An unexpected reunion with an old friend further complicates matters, introducing Holly to a strange cult-like group that follows a celebrity psychic, one who takes a special liking to Holly. And because of him, her worst nightmares become shockingly real.”
Clémentine Poidatz, David Sakurai, and Alicia Kapudağ star in this sexy and mortifying mix of David Cronenberg, Clive Barker, and Dario Argento.
Check out some new stills.
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