Never Open the Door Debuts on Blu-ray, DVD & Digital HD
Vito Trabucco’s Homage to “The Twilight Zone” and “Outer Limits”
Available Nationwide December 6th
Los Angeles, CA – Maltauro Entertainment in association with Baumant Entertainment has announced the December 6th Blu-ray, DVD and Digital HD release of Never Open the Door. Writer-director Vito Trabucco (Bloody Bloody Bible Camp) and writer-producer Christopher Maltauro have created a chilling homage to the twisted and otherworldly tales of the original “Twilight Zone”, “Outer Limits” and “Alfred Hitchcock Presents” series. Never Open the Door will be available to rent or own starting December 6th on Amazon Instant Video and Google Play.
Never Open the Door stars Jessica Sonneborn (Dog Eat Dog, House Across The Street), Kristina Page (The Haunting of Alice D), George Troester (“Face Off”) and Deborah Venegas (Bloody Bloody Bible Camp).
Three happy couples retreat to a cozy secluded cabin in the woods to enjoy Thanksgiving. A badly wounded stranger appears at the door, and when they let him in, he throws up blood and collapses on the floor. As he dies, he points towards the lovers and croaks his final words: “Never open the door”. The dumbfounded group of friends start to panic as one of their own inexplicably disappears. Doubt rises by the minute and mistrust soaks through the cabin. As strange men surround the cabin, escape becomes paramount. Who will open the door?
Hey there boils and ghouls!
My love of horror films came on a dark and stormy night....
....Truthfully, it probably happened in 1980-something during a sunny day when I was 5 or 6. That movie was JAWS. I had never been so terrified to go swimming and I live in a land-locked state! I have been a Horror Hound ever since.
Having seen hundreds of films, some good and some downright dreadful, my love for horror cinema has grown stronger than ever! I have a Sci-Fi nerd wife, which allows us to share movies with each other(while she puts up with MOST of my movies). A couple of my favorite directors are Lucio Fulci and John Carpenter.
Contributing here at T.H.S and being able to work with these other folks will be a treat I look forward to. I will share secrets after a few drinks and I also enjoy long romantic walks in dimly-lit cemeteries.
My fave top 5 films are:
1)Dawn Of The Dead (Original)
2)The Thing (Carpenter's Remake)
4)Texas Chainsaw Massacre (O.G.)
5)Friday the 13th pt IV: The Final Chapter