First Details for the Dark Arthouse Film ‘Flowers’

Chris Savage

I absolutely love horror films. just like all of you, and I am constantly on the lookout for something to feed my insatiable lust for the genre and sometimes I stumble upon something that makes me take notice.

Phil Stevens’ dark arthouse flick, Flowers, certainly grabbed my attention and while I know it won’t be for everyone, I certainly hope that those that like the darker side of life will agree in my sentiment.

The film is currently in production and it is said to feature no spoken dialogue, basically let the visual atmosphere do the talking and let your mind run wild. As always, we will keep you informed on a release date.

While we haven’t got a trailer for you, we have scored two bits of unedited footage from the film to give you guys a slight taste, so check them out below. For a slew of photos, hit up their official Facebook page and remember to give them a ‘like’ in the process.

The film stars Rachie Tartz, Anastasia Blueberrycrush, Krystle Cuervo Fitch, Makaria Tsapatoris, Tanya Paoli, and Kara A. Christiansen.

Synopsis:¬†Six dead women wake up in the crawl space below their killer’s house only to discover that they are trapped in their own limbo and purgatory. The house itself contains many rooms revealing hints and clues to their past lives and how they’ve come to end up where they are. One by one and alone, each girl is forced to accept their fate or remain in place, between the walls of a rotting house.

So what do you guys think?

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      1. Michael October 22, 2013 at 9:06 pm

        The black and white part and the visual atmosphere kinda remind me of Eraserhead, a personal favorite of mine, and so I’m starting to get a bit excited about this. The given scenes kinda give off the vibe of a student film but the synopsis is interesting and I really like experimental horror so I’ll definitely be keeping my eye on this