- Rot 2019
Mj Dixon, Johnny Raw, Laura Ashcroft (executive), Mike Fallon (executive), Naomi Fallon (executive), Mat Horton (executive), Mark Humphreys (executive), Vermin Munky (executive), Adelle Overton (executive), Shad Paterson (executive), Jeff Stoll (executive), Collette Von Tora (executive), Rachel Wood (executive), Chris Yardley (executive) for Mycho Pictures (= Mycho Entertainment)
directed by Mj Dixon
starring Eleanor James, Adam Williams, Wellington Grosvenor, Andrew M. Greenwood, Alex Grimshaw, Blaze Baley
written by Mj Dixon, visual effects by Helen Grosvenor, creatures designed by Annie Cabasa, Stacie Cabasa
Slasher House, Red, Thorn, Cleaver, Hollower, Mycho Universe
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When Red (Eleanor James) wakes up this day, she finds herself naked in
a prison cell. She doesn't know how she got there, why she's in here -
heck, she doesn't even know who she is. She finds something to wear soon
though, is released from her cell. Searching for the exit, she stumbles
upon another occupied cell, and Nathan (Adam Williams), the man inside,
seems to share her fate. Eventually, he's released, too, and the two of
them are now looking for a way out together ... and soon find out there
are other people locked in here, too ... all insane killers - and they are
released one by one. There's Cleaver (Andrew M. Greenwood) the psychotic
clown, there's scheming Corben (Wellington Grosvenor) who just loves to
take people apart, and then there's Thorn (Alex Grimshaw), a
force-of-nature-like killing machine.
To her utter surprise, Red does
rather well evading the killers, even fighting back - but they also bring
back memories, memories that are not her own but the killers'.
while Red fights for her life, she also has to find out what's the greater
scheme of this situation she's been pushed into - and if all the others in
the prison are killers, what about Nathan? And what makes Red the perfect
Basically, Slasher House is
intelligent genre fun, as it playfully turns slasher conventions onto
their heads, takes genre elements apart and puts them back together
differently, and makes many a genre reference the tongue-in-cheek way. Now
add to this a very stylish direction that drowns the main narrative in
mostly red and green, a cinematic language that has a certain comicbook
feel to it, and plenty of gruesome scenes as well as tension and suspense,
and you've got yourself a pretty good, pretty unusual horror movie.