Millions of dollars means murder in horror thriller Renovation

When a group of property developers discover their hotel project may contain millions of dollars hidden somewhere within, the money becomes a motivation for murder.

Seemingly peaceful individuals turn into vicious greed-driven killers in the new indie horror thriller Renovation from Paisaen Productions, Collective Development Inc and Rampant Entertainment.

Renovation was shot in Yuma, Arizona, and directed by Robert Gwinn.

The film was recently signed to Nocturnal Features for a limited theatrical Us release in early 2012. Negotiations are currently under way with Gothic Pictures International for a theatrical release in the Philippines.

Philippines-based Gothic recently worked with Us Company Collective Development Inc on the demonic horror film Darkest Night which will head to cinemas in the Philippines this winter. Both films share a common lead in American actor DJ Perry.

Following the limited theatrical release, Renovation will released to North America Home Video and Cable VoD with Midnight Releasing. Acort
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