Henry Rollins gets nasty in In the House of Flies. Check out the trailer and poster

Gabriel Carrer's (IF A TREE FALLS) latest independent film IN THE HOUSE OF FLIES might not boast the most original premise in the history of cinema, but still looks intriguing enough for us to care. Now, with the release of the first trailer, it's got something else going for it - Mr. Henry Rollins' unmistakable vocal delivery. Check out the trailer, as well as a new theatrical poster, below.


Maybe it's just me, but I kept waiting for Henry to bust out lines from Liar or Low Self Opinion. Hopefully, having such a recognizable voice as the (presumably) main baddie won't diminish the film's overall impact.

Set in the "retro" nineteen-eighties, IN THE HOUSE OF FLIES focuses around an abducted couple forced to tackle their way to freedom. Alone, isolated and locked in an undisclosed, suburban basement, Heather and Steve find themselves surrounded by numerous and mysteriously sealed suitcases - each containing valuable clues to their very own survival. Both Heather and Steve must exploit what remains of their bruised intellect and depleting sanity, to escape the authority of an unidentified and brutal kidnapper. Let the countdown begin.

Written by Angus McLellan, IN THE HOUSE OF FLIES stars Lindsay Smith, Ryan Kotack, Henry Rollins and Ryan Barrett. No word yet on a US release, although hopefully it will change after the film gets some festival screenings in the months to come.

Extra Tidbit: Rollins appeared in a number of genre flicks over the past couple of years, including SUCK, THE DEVIL's TOMB, FEAST and WRONG TURN 2.



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