Louisiana Horror: Room and Board Has Big Cast

Burt Reynolds, Kane Hodder, William Katt, Robert Loggia, And Many More In New Horror Flick

November 15 2011 Categorized Under: Upcoming Horror Movies No Commented
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The upcoming Louisiana-based horror film Room and Board is written and directed by Julia Davis and produced by her husband, Louisiana native BJ Davis. The movie concerns a popular bed and breakfast owned by a “deceptively attractive group of Russian women.”

The meat-cleaving matriarch of the family dies, leaving her bloody legacy to a gorgeous but conniving offspring. Natasha, a dancing, singing, blade-wielding psychopath, leads the way to hell, along with her seductive and macabre daughters, Masha and Sasha. Guests are lured to the establishment by rumours of the best steak in town. The family starts by serving their unsuspecting guests – and later serving them up on a plate.

Room and Board - Cast Photo

Room and Board Cast Photo: Brandon Slagle, Brooke Lewis, William Katt, Darcy DeMoss, Kane Hodder, Bokeem Woodbine.

Room and Board has a big cast for an indie film. First off, it stars Kane Hodder, best known as the man who played Jason Voorhees in 4 Friday the 13th films and Victor Crowley in the Hatchet movies. But that’s the tip of the iceberg: also on board is Robert Loggia (Scarface, Lost Highway), Burt Reynolds (Cannonball Run, Smokey & The Bandit, Deliverance), Charles Durning (Dark Night of the Scarecrow), Robert Patrick (Terminator 2), Luke Goss (Blade II, Hellboy II), Tippi Hedren (The Birds), Bokeem Woodbine (Devil), William Katt (Carrie, House, Greatest American Hero), Darcy DeMoss (Friday the 13th Part VI), Tiny Lister (Friday, The Dark Knight, The Fifth Element), scream queen Brooke Lewis, and Brandon Slagle. Currently in talks to also star is Robert Forster (Jackie Brown).

Currently in pre-production, Room and Board is set to be released in October, 2012. Produced by Fleur De Lis Film Studios, It promises to be a bloody good time and a cult film in the making. With a cast like that, it certainly has potential to do so.

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