Bill Oberst Jr. Enters the ‘Death House’

Chris Savage

Bill Oberst Coyote Take This LollipopThere is a new film in the works and it’s being billed as “The Expendables of horror,” and by looking at the cast, it’s easy to see why. From Harrison Smith comes Death House, a film that was penned by the late Gunnar Hansen, which revolves around a secret prison with nine levels of hell inside, and we have just got word of a new resident.

Bill Oberst Jr.(pictured; right), recently took to his Facebook page to announce that he has been cast in the film, while no details have been released regarding his role, a quick look over at their Imdb page states that he will play “Satan Creator.” Intrigued? Well, check out the full cast below, it’s freakin’ insane, and Bill will fit right in.

The film also stars Robert Englund, Danny Trejo, Michael Berryman, Kane Hodder, Doug Bradley, Bill Moseley, Dee Wallace, Barbara Crampton, Camille Keaton, Lindsay Hartley, Bianca Bradey, and Cody Longo.

SynopsisTwo federal agents fight their way through nine levels of Hell inside a secret prison known as the Death House. A facility-wide prison break turns their flight into a tour of horrors as they push toward the ultimate evil housed in the lowest depths of the earth.

For what ever reason, Robert Englund’s name has been removed from their Imdb page, so it’s unclear whether he is still attached or not. If you have any news, please hit us up.

So, what a cast, eh? It’s pretty stellar, and a script penned by the late Gunnar Hansen? This one has awesome written all over it. But how about you? Let us know what YOU think?

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      1. Bill Oberst Jr. (@billoberstjr) March 23, 2016 at 9:23 pm


        Thank you for the kind mention! I am stoked to be a part of DEATH HOUSE alongside this iconic cast. It’s quite an honor. Harrison Smith is going to make a movie that will do our genre proud, and honor the memory of Gunnar Hansen, too.

        with appreciation for all you do to keep indie horror alive and bleeding,

        Bill Oberst, Jr.

        • Chris Savage March 24, 2016 at 9:03 am

          Thank you. It’s always a pleasure to write about you, Bill. Looking forward to see how this one progresses.