FlickLaunch, the first movie distribution platform built on Facebook for independent filmmakers, will premiere the horror thriller The Perfect House on October 1, 2011 as a 7-day rental on the film’s Facebook fanpage. Prior to the October 1st premiere, The Perfect House will take the film on a barnstorming 30-city tour. The film is directed by Kris Hulbert and Randy Kent and stars Monique Parent, Felissa Rose, Will Robertson, Andrea Vahl, Chris Raab, Jonathan Tiersten, and John Philbin.
Not every house was meant to be a home. Some houses are just born bad. The Perfect House franchise is the story of such a house. All three films and TPH Origins: John Doesy intertwine in any order to tell a single story about the life and death of the Perfect House.
Each film in the franchise tells separate segments of a seemingly perfect home that is consistently on the market for new occupants. Adding to this unique franchise are the different styles that each installment is shot in and the original way each film connects together.
The original film gives the back story of three home owners spread out over several decades. Filmed as an homage to horror, every story is shot with the horror influences of the time period that each home owner occupies the house. The second film gives us the stories of what happens before and after the first film, and reveals someone desperately working to uncover the secrets of the Perfect House. In the third installment, the birth and death of the house is front and center as the secret origins of the house are finally revealed.
The franchise’s most popular and prolific killer, John Doesy, takes over with his own franchise. TPH Origins: John Doesy delves into the childhood and traumatic experiences that ultimately bring Doesy to the door step of the Perfect House. The Doesy franchise will follow his weekly routine of psychological and physical torture, which claims the lives of over 200 victims during his five year reign of terror.