DeInstitutionalized LLC has released the first poster for their horror thriller A House Is Not a Home. This horror title was shot in Simi Valley, California, during December of 2012. The film notably stars Gerald Webb (Layover, “True Blood”), Bill Cobbs (Night at the Museum), Eddie Steeples (“My Name is Earl”) and Richard Grieco (“21 Jump Street”). A House Is Not a Home will complete post-production in June of this year.
“Ben (Webb) and Linda Williams move their family into a dream home in a last ditch effort to save their troubled marriage. Despite their good intentions, they cannot shake the feeling that they are being watched by something. Their unimaginable fears are realized when things inside the house take a supernatural and sinister turn. Ben and his family flee for their lives, but it is too late. The house isn’t finished with them, trapping the family in its labyrinth. The Williamses must come together as never before to fight for their family, their lives, and to escape.”
The first graphic for the feature warns of an entity inside this new home. The Williams family have recently moved into their residence, but something is not right. Shapes and shadows move in the home late at night, and a presence is stalking this family. That presence is hinted at, if viewers look closely at the movie poster for A House Is Not a Home.
Horror fans will not have to wait long to see the film. Once production is complete, A House Is Not a Home will seek distribution across multiple formats. Specific release details will be announced shortly through production houses DeInstitutionalized LLC, Transformation Films, and Tiki Terrors LLC.
A House Is Not a Home was directed by Christopher Ray from a story by James Kondelik, Jon Kondelik, and Victoria Dadi.
BD Mobile App
this week in horror
R.I.P. Henry Deutschendorf, Oscar from ‘Ghostbusters II’
So How About That ’47 Meters Down’ Ending? Director Explains
Lionsgate Confirms ‘Saw’ Sequel Title: JIGSAW!
Slasher Game ‘Dead by Daylight’ Hit Consoles Today; Play as Michael Myers Soon!
Adaptation of Stephen King’s ‘IT’ Receives Delicious “R”-rating!