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Tiffany Marie Wilson,
Todd Richard Lewis
A mysterious organization promotes their trusted member as his mischievous crew sets there eyes on a young couple. The secrets of a dark tradition are threaten as two innocent lives struggle to survive.
A vicious murderer is on the loose and the entire city is on edge. It's the perfect evening for Rob Murphy (Alex Vincent Star of Child's Play 1 & 2 and the Curse Of Chucky) and Jen Murphy (Maylin Morera) to lock the doors and have a night at home with some friends. But what happens if one of the guests you've invited, is in fact the brutal killer that the city is fearing? House Guest is a tense thriller that locks you inside the doors of the Murphy home, where new relationships are formed, a Father and Son bond is tested, and a Brother and Sister struggle to stay alive. Written by
House Guest is a beautifully done independent film. Well written, and the acting is solid. All the elements (Writing, acting, editing, cinematography) that were put together to make this film work great. You get a well balance of a thriller, comedy, and drama all in one. Most indies usually end up being these low-budget looking, cheesy final products of what the film is, and House Guest isn't. I give it a 5 out of 5 stars. If you come across this film and wonder if it's worth checking out, you should go for it! Available on DVD and Digital download for a really great price. Wouldn't mind checking out future projects from the filmmakers, and everyone involved in this film.
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