LADIES OF THE HOUSE


A new review! Revenge Honey Linne says LADIES OF THE HOUSE is “…a front runner for my favorite revenge movie of 2015.”
http://www.thehorrorhoneys.com/2015/05/these-beauties-have-killer-appetite.html

 

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REVIEWS

“Ladies of the House offers fans of exploitation films smart, funny, and gory as fuck twists on the subgenre. From a steamy lesbian tryst to cringe inducing gore to a human piglet being kept as a pet, the film manages some terrific shocks and entertainment throughout. The husband and wife team offer smarter insights on the male fear of strong women than you often find in this kind of grisly affair.”
ALLTHINGSHORROR.COM/Mike Snoonian

“An independent horror film that Quentin Tarantino would almost certainly champion and love if he were to come across it, The Ladies of the House is exploitation at its most enjoyable and a potential cult classic in the making.”
THE AWARDS CIRCUIT/Joey Magidson

“Co-writer/director John Stuart Wildman establishes himself, along with his co-writer Justina Walford, as up and coming genre masters here, crafting a film that’s as lovable as it is uncompromising.”
THE AWARDS CIRCUIT/Joey Magidson

“The Ladies of the House falls into the increasingly rare territory of a horror drama. It’s ‘old school’ to a certain degree, closer to the type of horror movies that were more prevalent out of Britain in the late 1960s and early 1970s, where thematic concerns took precedence over explicit shocks.”
DALLAS FILM NOW/Peter Martin

“You should see Ladies of the House.
You really, really should.”

“The Ladies of the House doesn’t let you off the hook. Because that “sexy lesbian cannibals” fantasy is just the pitch. It’s the thing that gets you in the door. But once you’re inside, you realize you’re getting a whole lot more than you bargained for.”
FLIXIST/Alec Kubas-Meyer 

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“Instant classic!”

“The Ladies of the House is a confetti explosion of candy apple color, spinning vinyl records, rockabilly busty babes, blood spatter, and a whole lotta retro love. With touches of Russ Meyer (Mud Honey), Jess Franco (Vampyros Lesbos), Anna Biller (Viva), Takashi Miike (Audition), and Eli Roth (Hostel 2), director and co-writer (along with his wife, Justina Walford) John Wildman has made a highly enjoyable instant classic. It has a voice and a style, so lacking in most of today’s horror movies.”
DREAD CENTRAL/Staci Layne Wilson

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“Male and female viewers alike should enjoy this flick though there is a definite woman power tone and idea behind it. The Ladies of the House has an exploitation-type story and setup, and delivers far beyond any expectations you may have about it.”
THE GIRL WHO LOVES HORROR/Michelle

“This is a film you can easily watch again and again and each time pick up on something new or that you didn’t fully appreciate the first time through. Unlike some of the gore-infused contemporary horror films we have seen recently, this film doesn’t rely on hack and slash actions or jump scares to reel in the audience. Each element of The Ladies of the House was clearly constructed to make the audience think while still delivering the promised blood bath we all eagerly await when picking up a horror title.”
GORESTRULY.COM/Fox

“John Stuart Wildman’s cannibal lesbian stripper opus is giddily disreputable and deliriously trashy, gingerly elevating its stock characters to archetypes and its clichés into homage.”
DVDTALK/Jason Bailey

“It’s a twisted, perverse hoot of a movie.”
FLAVORWIRE/Jason Bailey “Flavorwire’s Guide to Indie Flicks to See in May”

“This film had it all with blood and guts and ass-kicking chicks.”
HORROR MOVIES UNCUT/Stacey Beth

House delivers the kind of grindhouse love any cult film fan can appreciate. Yet, this feels like an intensely personal film, almost like Blue is the Warmest Color, but with more cannibalism.”
LIBERTAS FILM MAGAZINE/Joe Bendel

“This will be a 21st century cult classic.”
LUCKY GIRL MEDIA/Carlton Bush

“Almost everything in The Ladies of the House is a little bit better than you might expect. The dialogue, from the screenplay by Wildman and Justina Walford, is sharper. The music by Yasushiko Fukuoka is absolutely first rate. The boys are a step up from the cardboard cretins who deserve their comeuppance. The girls are lookers, naturally, but they bring a spirit of fun and a sense of panache to the festivities, particularly Sisk who seems to be channeling a butch Rosie the Riveter.”
MEET MR. KARMA

“Serves up the smart and sexy.”
REEL NEWS DAILY/Liz Whittemore

“Getty, is played stupendously by Melodie Sisk.”
REEL NEWS DAILY/Liz Whittemore

“The biggest practical effect is vomit inducing, no doubt, something Eli Roth would be proud to call his own and a dinner table scene that is surely a fandom nod to The Texas Chainsaw Massacre with dialogue Tarantino would pen in a heartbeat. I was truly impressed with the gore factor as it was just enough to make a point. The music is incredible. A rockabilly tune here, to classic 50’s make out sounding mix tape there, I want it all for my very own.”
REEL NEWS DAILY/Liz Whittemore

“I give Wildman and Walford major props for putting it all out there and for giving us something that can easily be shown as a drive-in cult classic in the future.”
REEL NEWS DAILY/Liz Whittemore

“Director/co-writer John Stuart Wildman’s highly entertaining debut feature, “The Ladies of the House,” a “feminist grindhouse thriller,” is so riotously over the top that “the top” recedes like earth from the window of a speeding spaceship.”
ROBIN HOLLAND BLOG/Robin Holland

“It is fun for a change to see the guys stalked and decimated by the gals, instead of the usual other-way-around.”
TRUST MOVIES/James Van Maanen

“There is more than enough gore and blood to sate most slasher-film aficionados, and even a genuine surprise or two.”
TRUST MOVIES/James Van Maanen

“Wildman succeeds in making grindhouse both intelligent and sexy.”
TWITCH/Dustin Chang

“The Ladies of the House has everything that exploitation aficionados want in a movie- hot lesbian sex, mutilation, cannibalism as well as lots of stabbing, blood and gore. But even though they are long legged and perfectly proportioned murderous cannibalistic sexpots similar to the kinds that populate typical exploitation movies, you can’t help rooting for Lin, Getty and Crystal.”
TWITCH/Dustin Chang

“An intelligent grindhouse movie sounds like an oxymoron but that’s just what The Ladies of the House plays out to be. A husband-wife team behind the film – John Stuart Wildman and Justina Walford, gives the genre a dash of feminist twist and the result is gory, tension filled ride that is also funny and touching.”
TWITCH/Dustin Chang

INTERVIEWS

CINEMA TODAY – JAPAN/Nobuhiro Hosoki
DIRECTOR TALK/Judy Myers
FILMWAX RADIO/Adam Schartoff
FLAVORWIRE/Jason Bailey
INDIEZONE TV/Gary Taylor
ROBOAPOCALYPSE/Joshua Handler
WICKED HORROR/Fox Emm
YAHOO JAPAN/Hosoki Nobuhiro 

AND MORE…

FANGORIA/Michael Gingold
HOLLYWOOD NEWS.COM/Joey Magidson
HORROR SOCIETY.COM/Mitchell Wells
Horror Talk/FestEvil
JBSPINS.BLOGSPOT.COM/Joe Bendel
SCARETISSUE.COM/Trapjaw
SOFAKINGNEWS.COM “This could become a cult classic.”
WICKED HORROR/Nat Bremer “It’s a fun, gory, feminist revenge thriller.”
UNSEEN FILMS/Steve Kopian
ZOMBIE APOCALYPSE/Fox Emm – Women Horror Spotlight on Justina

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