“Room and Board” comes alive a La Hermitage, with pure blood pumping through its veins. It’s a horrifying tale, based on a true story. Take an intimate look inside of a popular bed and breakfast, owned by a deceptively attractive group of Russian women. The meat-cleaving matriarch of the family dies, leaving her bloody legacy to a gorgeous but conniving offspring.
Natasha, a dancing, singing, blade-wielding psychopath, leads the way to hell, along with her seductive and macabre daughters, Masha & Sasha. The cast of characters sashaying through this Room and Board is more colorful cast than a crimson-stained menu. Presidents and celebrities come by for a taste of sin.
Old rocking chair bound Grandpa is a constant fixture out on the porch, come rain or shine. The family is completed by Natasha’s adopted son, Moses – a shy African American child, who was adopted by the family after he was left on their doorstep. Moses has a best friend, Beau – a gator, who lives in an elongated doghouse outback and serves as a living garbage disposal.
Guests are lured to the establishment by rumors of the best steak in town. The family starts by serving their unsuspecting guests – and later serving them up on a plate. A mixture of zany, bizarre and camp characters make their way through this Louisiana retreat. The most annoying guests are the first to end up on the bloody menu.
Family secrets are bottled up and tensions run high in this lazy, sultry southern town. A handsome fugitive on the run throws a monkey wrench into the family’s well-oiled killing machine. He steals the heart of a sexy sister, instead of letting her family take his.
The mad mixture of black comedy and horror erupts, as marauding beauties cook up a delight horror picture show. It’s full of twists and turns, complete with an unexpected ending that leaves the possibility of an expanding menu – and a sequel
“Room and Board” is taking reservations as the American Film Market in Santa Monica, CA on November 4, 2010 approaches, following a haunting Halloween weekend that gathered some of the cast members of the hilarious and spooktacular horror film. Fans of the horror genre are bracing themselves for a trip to the bloody “Room and Board”, where patrons are dying to get in and end up on the menu.
The buzz already surrounds this star-studded horror flick, already positioned to become a cult classic. “Room and Board” features a colorful family on and off the screen, as most of the cast and crew have previously worked together on some of the most celebrated shows of this exciting genre.
Kane Hodder, William Katt and Darcy DeMoss will feast on the hearts of the “Friday the 13th” followers, “Halloween” revelers, “Texas Chain Saw Massacre” enthusiasts and “Carrie” fans. Academy Award nominees Burt Reynolds and Charles Durning flesh out this horror feast, based on a true story. Charles Durning tap-danced with Burt Reynolds in “Best Little Whorehouse In Texas” and garnered screams in “When A Stranger Calls”.
Luke Goss of “Hellboy II” and Bokeem Woodbine of “Devil” go to the dark side in this black comedy. “Scream Queen 2009” winner, Brooke Lewis and a horror regular Brandon Slagle round out the killer cast of “Room and Board” with a poster that screams “Eat your heart out”!
In the attached photograph, from LEFT to RIGHT are – Brandon Slagle, Brooke Lewis, William Katt, Darcy DeMoss, Kane Hodder, and Bokeem Woodbine.