Whoever designed the new poster for the upcoming film The Ladies of the House should be given the job of designing every movie poster… ever. We’ve got it right here for you to soak in as well as info on upcoming screenings.
The Ladies of the House will be making its world premiere at the Dallas International Film Festival on April 4-5 and then screen immediately afterward at the Sarasota Film Festival on April 7-8.
The film was directed by John Stuart Wildman, who co-wrote the picture with Justina Walford. It stars Farah White (Ex-Terminators, Daylight’s End), Melodie Sisk (White Reindeer, Summer of Blood), Brina Palencia (“The Walking Dead,” “Star-Crossed”), adult film star Michelle “Belladonna” Sinclair, Samrat Chakrabarti (The Waiting City, “Damages”), Gabriel Horn (“Ghostbreakers”, Carried Away) and RJ Hanson.
And in spite of the bit of playfulness in the opening paragraph, we do actually know who created the lovely poster below. Critically acclaimed director Yen Tan (Pit Stop) was the genius behind it.
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Two brothers, Jacob and Kai, along with their friend Derek, go to a dance club to celebrate Kai’s birthday. After Derek convinces the other two to follow one of the dancers, Ginger, home and then talks his (and their) way into the house to party with her, things take a tragic turn, resulting in the young woman’s death.
However, that is simply the beginning of the nightmare for the young men because the young woman’s roommates (Getty, Lin and Crystal) aren’t just fellow dancers; they are also cannibals with a fierce sense of home and family – and a taste for men. After Kai quickly falls victim to Getty and Lin and is on his way to becoming the centerpiece of that evening’s meal, Derek tries to figure out how to escape while Jacob discovers his survival may hinge on the twisted desire and whims of Crystal, the beautiful and sociopathic “baby” of the family.
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