House of Dolls trailer: slasher film starring Dee Wallace and a knife-wielding maniac is coming quickly to theatres and VOD
VMI Releasing will probably be giving the slasher film House of Dolls a cable VOD and digital HD launch on October third – however should you occur to be within the Dallas space, you’ll have the possibility to see the film a number of days earlier, because it’s getting a theatrical launch there on September thirtieth. To assist you determine whether or not or not House of Dolls is a film you’d prefer to catch in theatres or on VOD, we have now the movie’s trailer embedded above.
Directed by Juan Salas, House of Dolls tells the next story: A household reunion turns lethal when three estranged sisters return dwelling to satisfy their father’s final needs and acquire an inheritance. The catch being they have to work collectively to resolve a puzzle that can result in a fortune hidden inside a large dollhouse. But quickly they fall prey to a knife wielding-maniac with plans of his personal.
Genre icon Dee Wallace stars alongside Meeko Gattusso (Euphoria), Alicia Underwood (When Androids Dream), Trey Peyton (Dawn at Dominion), Naomi Lopez (The Secret Life of Us), and newcomer Taylor Cox. Wallace has over 260 display screen performing credit to her title, together with many style films. Among these credit are The Hills Have Eyes, The Howling, Cujo, Critters, Alligator II: The Mutation, Abominable, Rob Zombie’s Halloween, The House of the Devil, The Lords of Salem, Red Christmas, Critters Attack!, 3 from Hell, 13 Fanboy, and extra.
Salas beforehand directed the crime drama The Triple D, the horror movie Alp, the motion film The Wolf Catcher, the documentary Mr Lee: 20 Years of Power, and the motion drama The Devil’s Ring.
What did you consider the trailer for House of Dolls? Will this film be making it onto your Halloween season viewing checklist? Let us know by leaving a remark beneath.
I’m a fan of Dee Wallace and a sucker for a slasher film, so I’ll in all probability be seeing this one sooner or later – despite the fact that I’ve to confess that I wasn’t as received over by the trailer as I hoped to be, based mostly on Wallace’s involvement and the look of the slasher character. But odds are that I’ll give it an opportunity.
Here’s the poster for House of Dolls: