Dimension Films Will Release Geriatric Horror Flick ‘The Home’

By  · Published on January 5th, 2011

Like most films, The Home has had a rocky road to getting made, but it looks like the sailing through Cthulu-infested waters will be smoother now that Dimension Films has agreed to release the film.

As reported before, the film puts Ed Asner, Cloris Leachman, Brian Cox, Fionnula Flanagan, Louise Fletcher and Louis Gossett, Jr (and whatever young leads are announced) into an old folks home and tortures them with KNB-designed practical monsters until their screams and uneaten no-sugar-added apple sauce cups are used for the building’s fuel.

Calls to filmmaker Kristoffer Aaron Morgan went unanswered, which I’ll assume means, “we want to have the film done by Fantastic Fest.”

Morgan most recently had his short, yet hilariously nutritious, take on zombies hit said fest as one of the infamous bumpers. You can watch it after the jump.

In consideration of full disclosure, FSR publisher Neil Miller is the bearded zombie in the blue button up and FSR contributing writer Luke Mullen is the bearded office worker with the astonished look of terror on his face (he will be the only one of the group to survive).

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