SLASHER HOUSE Returns for Sequel

Written by Animal Johns Wednesday, 12 August 2015

Movie News

Three years ago a unique horror film appeared from nowhere from maverick film director MJ Dixon and his production company Mycho. Described by some as a kind of reverse horror Avengers, Slasher House threw one girl into an abandoned prison with four bogeymen slashers, three of whom went on to have their own origin movies: Legacy of Thorn, Cleaver: Rise of the Killer Clown and Hollower. With Stage One of the self-proclaimed Mychoverse complete, it appears as if Stage Two is ready to go with the recent announcement of Slasher House 2.

With original Slasher House actress Eleanor James no longer working as an actress, Mycho have deftly cast up-and-coming actress Francesca Louise White in the lead role of Red, the slasher-killer who will have a new partner in the shape of Luse, played by newcomer Sophie Portman. There will, of course, also be a new roster of slashers for the duo to hunt down, the first of which has been revealed as the panda-headed Stripper Ripper.

Given its indie status, it will come as no surprise that the film currently has its own Indiegogo page, complete with all the prerequisite perks (including DVDs of Stage One movies, producer credits and signed scripts and posters). All details can be found at https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/slasher-house-2/x/11640253#/story.

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