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Philip Carrer, the gentleman behind last year's microbudgeted IF A TREE FALLS, is in the midst of completing his 80s period piece, IN THE HOUSE OF FLIES, starring Henry Rollins. Hit the jump for the latest teaser trailer and update from the director on its progress.
Written by Angus Mcllean, IN THE HOUSE OF FLIES sees "an abducted couple forced to tackle their way to freedom. Alone, isolated and locked in an undisclosed, suburban basement, Heather and Steve find themselves surrounded by numerous and mysteriously sealed suitcases - each containing valuable clues to their very own survival.
Both Heather (Lindsay Smith) and Steve (Ryan Kotack) must exploit what remains of their bruised intellect and depleting sanity to escape the authority of unidentified and brutal kidnappers (Henry Rollins & Ryan Barrett). Let the countdown begin."
After creating a healthy buzz with IF A TREE FALLS, Carrer tells Fango IN THE HOUSE OF FLIES is "edited. We originally had a three hour cut, so naturally we had to cut a lot out. It's now around the 99 minute mark and we are currently working on all the score, sound, foley etc. Sound has a very large role in this film and we want to make sure the audience really notices that. Not so much the score, but the actual landscape. Theatres equipped with good sound systems will be treating their audiences. We'll be hitting the festival circuit starting mid 2012, so we have some time right now with this film to make it perfect. Our team loves the festival circuit so everyones already getting excited about that."
Keep an eye on Fango for more updates and pick up FANGORIA #309 (on sale next month) for more words from the filmmaker on both projects.
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