Indie distributor Hannover House, Inc., and theatrical subsidiary Medallion Releasing, Inc. have entered into an agreement with South Florida-based Entertainment Factory for a national theatrical release of Death House from writer-director Harrison B. Smith. The horror-thriller features an all-star cast of genre’ superstars and will open in approximately one-hundred theaters in top USA markets beginning February 23, 2018!
The folks behind Death House made a new announcement last night about their theatrical run. Read on for all the details, but first check out the trailer!
Death House Synopsis
During an exclusive tour, a power breakdown inside a secret prison known as the Death House sends two agents fighting through a labyrinth of horrors while being pursued by a ruthless army of roaming inmates. As they fight to escape, the agents push toward the lowest depths of the facility where they learn a supernatural group of evil beings are their only chance for survival.
Billed as “The Expendables of Horror,” Death House‘s cast includes Kane Hodder, Dee Wallace, Adrienne Barbeau, Sid Haig, Michael Berryman, Tony Todd, and Lindsay Hartley. Other notable cast members include Barbara Crampton, Bill Moseley, Debbie Rochon and Felissa Rose. Wow!
Coming Soon To A Theater Near You
Red-carpet theatrical events will be open to the public and will occur in both Los Angeles (Thursday, Feb. 22) and New York City (Friday, Feb. 23), with many cast members and principal production team present. Theatrical exhibitors will include Regal Entertainment Group, Cinemark / Century Group, Malco Theatres, Harkins, Marcus, B&B and Megaplex Theatres.
Last night Death House Tweeted the initial list of theatrical release cities. Here they are! More cities coming soon!
As promised, the initial theatrical release from Hannover House is expected to reach approximately one-hundred theaters! The release covers most of the top 40 largest DMA markets in the country. Hannover is partnering with Sony for the home video and VOD release in June, 2018.
So, theaters in February, home video and VOD in June? Awesome! What do you think? Will you head out to see Death House in theaters? Tell us in the comments!