Writer-director Miles Doleac (Demons, Hallowed Ground) comes his latest film, The Dinner Party, “a wickedly delish slice of horror that’s part Guto Parente’s The Cannibal Club, part Mother, and all scares!”
In the film, currently filming in Hattiesburg, MS, the film centers on a ” budding playwright and his wife attend a dinner party hosted by wealthy, cultural elites, who have promised to bankroll the writer’s latest play to Broadway, but, in fact, have darker designs in mind for the couple.”
The Dinner Party stars Bill Sage, Lindsay Anne Williams, Jeremy London, Mike Mayhall, Alli Hart, Ritchie Montgomery, and Doleac, best known for his roles on TV’s “Banshee” and “American Horror Story”.
The Dinner Party is this delightfully weird, yet poignant piece of horror satire that presents itself as the twisted love child of “Eyes Wide Shut”, “Mother”, the “American Horror Story” anthology, and “The Rocky Horror Picture Show”. “Doleac says. “It’s unlike anything I’ve directed to date and certainly a departure from the recent work I’ve done in the realm of Southern Gothic. We’ve gone bolder this time around. We’re swinging for the fences.”
In the first images from the set, we see our characters gathered around an elegant dinner table. But soon, the night will take a terrifying turn.