Official Trailer for Alastair Orr's Horror Film 'House on Willow Street'

February 28, 2017
Source: YouTube

House on Willow Street Trailer

"You should really let me go… Or you're all going to die tonight." IFC Midnight has released the official trailer for an indie horror film titled House on Willow Street, formerly From a House on Willow Street (the full title when it premiered at FrightFest last year). From director Alastair Orr, the film is about a group of kidnappers who take a young woman from a house on Willow Street. They soon find out they chose the wrong person to kidnap, as the girl is actually a demonic killer herself. Sharni Vinson stars, along with Carlyn Burchell, Steven Ward, Zino Ventura, and Gustav Gerdener. This film actually looks totally crazy and freaky and violent and everything. It gets even weirder when the special effects kick in. Have fun.

Here's the official trailer (+ poster) for Alastair Orr's House on Willow Street, from IFC's YouTube:

House on Willow Street Poster

After a young woman (Sharni Vinson) is kidnapped, her captors soon come to realize that in fact they may be the ones in danger and this young woman has a dark secret inside her. House on Willow Street is directed by South African filmmaker Alastair Orr, of the indie horror films The Unforgiving, Expiration, and Indigenous previously. The screenplay is co-written by Catherine Blackman, Jonathan Jordaan and Alastair Orr. This first premiered at the London FrightFest and Toronto After Dark Film Festival in 2016 under the original title From a House on Willow Street. IFC Midnight will release Orr's House on Willow Street in select theaters + on VOD starting March 24th in just a few weeks. Who's interested in this film?

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  • RAW_D
    So, like Hard Candy with more screaming and tentacles... Looks like an A+ for originality, but C- for execution.
  • redtie
    I'm guessing we just saw most of the movie in that trailer. Bad ladies being beaten by a more evil foe... is the protagonist a kidnapper who just got mixed up in all of this somehow? Or the girl's alternate side is an evil hero?
  • shiboleth
    It must be bad to be some evil spirit. No fun, no going out and hanging with people... It looks like a good production, but what's new?
    Fun times ahead.




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