A Romantic Getaway Turns To Terror In ‘Living Space’

February 28, 2018

Written by Kelli Marchman McNeely

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Monster Pictures have acquired Australian/New Zealand distribution rights to Tru Dot Films’ supernatural feature film Living Space.
Written and directed by Steven Spiel, Living Space will play a series of Monster Fest Presents screenings across Australia this March.
In the film, “A romantic getaway takes a sinister turn when Brad and Ashley’s car breaks down in the German countryside. Forced to take refuge in an isolated farmhouse they thought to be abandoned, the couple quickly learns that the house holds a dark past. Thrust into a supernatural nightmare, the pair must battle malevolent forces lead by an undead Nazi general if they wish to survive the night.”

Leigh Scully (Deep Water, Home & Away), Georgia Chara (Wentworth, Home & Away), Andy McPhee (Sons of Anarchy, Saving MrBanks), Jolene Anderson (All Saints, Rush), Emma Leonard (800 Words), Charlotte McLeod, and Amelia Ayres star.
The film is a horror fan’s delight. It really seeps into your psyche and will have you thinking about it for days. The set was terrifying. The house we used lent itself perfectly to a horror film and really is a character of its own in the film. For an independent film to receive a theatrical release in Australia is tough and it truly shows the quality we were able to achieve.” Producer Natalie Forward said.
Writer/director Steven Spiel explains that Living Space was solely written to entertain audiences. “I knew exactly what I wanted to achieve by creating this film. I was wanting to excite the audience from the very start. I wanted to send the audience on a rollercoaster ride of different emotions to ensure that people could escape their daily lives even if just for 80 minutes. Living Space is a horror/thriller based on an ideology but not rooted in reality. I feel it’s perfect for someone new to horror as well as seasoned fans .”
The deal was negotiated between Tru Dot Films and Monster Pictures with international sales being handled by Jinga Films.
Living Space will hold its world premiere on March 10, 2018, at Event Cinema George Street as part of the Monster Fest Traveling Road Show, which launched in 2016 and brings festival favorites from the Melbourne based genre festival as well as brand new horror-centric world premieres to Sydney. The next edition of Monster Fest will take place November 22-25, 2018 at Melbourne’s iconic and much loved Cinema Nova.

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