SUPERNATURAL THRILLER OUT ON DVD
A HOUSE IS NOT A HOME
Last month I attended the premiere of a horror movie called A House is Not A Home. Regular readers know since blog contributor Candi Smith of "Candi's Corner" left T&T to pursue her own media career, I don't cover horror movies any more; the reason being, I like to be able to sleep at night.
Red Carpet Coverage by T&T Editor, Le Anne Lindsay
(Note: I am looking for NEW CONTRIBUTORS, so if you're interested, send me an email with a writing sample or two. It's a non-paid gig, but I let you have your own voice; you're bio can include links back to your own site or project(s) and you get to see free movies and sometimes interview celebrities!).The reason I went to see A House is Not A Home is because the Actor & Producer of the film Gerald Webb, is originally from Philly! I got a chance to chat with him a minute on the red carpet about his production company Deinstitutionalized, LLC which he runs with director and producing partner Christopher Douglas-Olen Ray, who I also interviewed. There's also a little footage from the post screening Q&A - So check out the video below:
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Also below is Tinsel & Tine's facebook album of pictures from the red carpet screening:
A House is Not a Home played in select theaters in September and is now out on DVD. I didn't write a review since horror is not my genre. Here's the trailer, why don't you add it to your Halloween movie night viewing and let me know what you think.
Movie's Synopsis: Ben (Webb) and Linda Williams (Diahnna Baxter) move the 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 Williams must come together as never before to fight for their
Director: Christopher Ray Writers: Victoria Dadi, James Kondelik, Jon Kondelik Cast: Gerald Webb, Diahnna Baxter, Bill Cobbs, Eddie Steeples, Richard Greico
#tutorial pick up @Deinstitutional #AHouseIsNotAHomeMovie @Walmart @amazon support #indyfilm #blackfilm #horror #halloween #BirthOfANation pic.twitter.com/c8d9K55lxw— Gerald Webb (@GeraldWebb) October 9, 2016
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