The Seasoning House
- “One of the best British horror films of recent years”.The Film Review
- “Stylistically bold and brutally compelling”.Empire
- “Genuinely surprising and rather special”.Brutal As Hell
- “A superb piece of art. This is one film you won’t forget in a hurry”.Screen Jabber
- “Both aggressively entertaining and socially insightful in some small, smart, audacious way”.Fear.net
WINNER: BEST ACTRESS (Rosie Day) - ScreamFest LA
WINNER: CRITICS PRIZE - Mile High Film Festival, Denver
WINNER: BEST FILM, BEST DIRECTOR, BEST ACTRESS (Rosie Day) - BragaCine
WINNER: BEST ACTRESS (Rosie Day) - Fantaspoa
The Seasoning House is a soulless place where young girls are bought and sold for men’s pleasures. Here we meet Angel, a young orphaned girl enslaved by Viktor. Unbeknownst to her master, she moves between the walls and crawlspaces of the house - silently observing, learning and planning for her escape. When her closest confident is murdered, Angel can no longer contain her rage and sets out through both ingenuity and brutality to seek justice.
Opening Film Gala World Premiere Film4 FrightFest 2012 / Int. Premiere: Sitges IFF 2012 / US Premiere: ScreamFest (Winner Best Actress Rosie Day) / Fantasporto 2013 (Winner Critic’s Prize) / Mile High Horror Film Festival (Winner Critic’s Prize) / BragaCine Portugal (Winner Best Film, Best Director, Best Actress) / CineNasty / San Sebastian / Night Visions Helsinki / Fancine / Paris Int FFF / Tucson TerrorFest / Razor Reel / Fantasboa / Fantasy FilmFest Berlin / La Semain Du Cinema Fantastique
a Sterling Pictures production in association with Temple Heart Films / Film Gate Films THE SEASONING HOUSE Rosie Day Sean Pertwee Kevin Howarth Anna Walton Jemma Powell Production Designer Caroline Story Director of Photography Adam Etherington Executive Producers Lyndon Baldock Neil Jones Patrick Fischer Produced by Michael Riley Written by Paul Hyett and Conal Palmer Directed by Paul Hyett
Duration: 89mins Int. Sales: Distrib: Well Go (US), Kaleidoscope (UK), HBO (Central Europe), Capelight (Germany), Gulf (Middle East), Almas Oscuras (Spain), Art Media (France), Sundream (HK), Mono (Thailand), Xeno (Benelux).