"The Night Sitter" Summons a Debut Trailer
Roller Disco Massacre Films is looking to take us all for a wild ride.
By Chris Morse
Independent horror drives a ton of passion in the genre and this new trailer from Roller Disco Massacre Films helps illustrate why. From Abiel Bruhn and John Rocco comes The Night Sitter, a feature-length Christmas horror/comedy that was originally backed on Kickstarter. Christmas may have just passed but we still find ourselves excited to check this one out.
A scheming con artist (Elyse DuFour, AMC's The Walking Dead) poses as innocent babysitter "Amber" to steal from Ted Hooper, a wealthy occult enthusiast with a reclusive son named Kevin. Her crew arrives to clean out the house just as Kevin stumbles upon one of his father's most prized artifacts and unwittingly summons a trio of witches known as The Three Mothers. As the playful, sadistic witches start picking people off, Amber and Kevin form an unlikely bond and try to survive the night together.
Star Elyse DuFour played Frankie, one of Negan's wives at the Sanctuary, in season 7 of The Walking Dead. All in all, this is a fantastic debut trailer and it's shaping up to be a film worth checking out. We'll let you know when you can get your hands on The Night Sitter to watch, but in the meantime, here's the official poster. Let us know what you think in the comments below.
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