The Guest House

Check Into ‘The Guest Room’ On VOD this October from Red Water Entertainment

Red Water Entertainment has announced the North American VOD debut of Stefano Lodovichi’s The Guest Room (La Stanza). This is the latest feature from Lodovichi, following his debut Aquadro and follow up Deep in the Wood. The Guest Room stars Guido Caprino (“Il commissario Manara”, “That Dirty Black Bag”), Camilla Filippi (“The Trial”, The Big Step), and Edoardo Pesce (Dogman, Non sono un assassino) as an unlikely trio on the precipice of chaos in an isolated house. Lodovichi directed and developed the story, which was turned into a screenplay by Francesco Agostini and Filippo Gili. Andrea Occhipinti produced. The Guest Room had its world premiere at the Berlin International Film Festival, and went on to make its UK premiere at Grimmfest before screening in Poland at Splat!FilmFest Horror Film Festival.

The Guest House

Synopsis for The Guest Room

The morning Stella decides to take her own life, a stranger knocks at her door claiming the guest room he booked for the night. Surprised but charmed by this man who seems to know her very well, Stella decides to let him in. But when Sandro, the man who broke Stella’s heart, joins them at home, this odd situation turns immediately into chaos: Giulio, the stranger, starts unveiling all the secrets of the couple and of the house. Who is Giulio? And what are Stella and Sandro hiding?

The Italian psychological thriller will be available on a number of digital and cable platforms, including iTunes, Amazon, Google Play, iNDemand and DISH, starting October 25th.

About Tori Danielle

Tori has had a passion for Horror and music ever since she was a little girl. She got bit by the writing bug in high school where she was involved in both the school newspaper and the yearbook. While getting her Bachelors degree, she took Journalism and Creative Writing classes where her passion grew even stronger. Now, in between work and family, she spends all of her spare time indulging in music, Horror movies, and nerdy fandoms, all while running/assisting one of the biggest Horror groups on Facebook and writing for various websites.

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