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Cast set for “Airbnb” styled horror comedy ‘Killer Kate’

Today Feld Films has released the casting details for their new horror comedy KILLER KATE. Filmmaker Elliot Feld is set to bring the story of a Kate who heads to a bachelorette party that ends up with some dire results. The cabin for the party is booked on an app similar to “airbnb” with genre stars Danielle Burgess, Larry Cedar and Tiffany Shepis. Principal photography for KILLER KATE starts next week in Los Angeles.

Feld Films proudly announces that principal photography for the horror comedy KILLER KATE! will begin Nov. 6, 2017. Set to shoot in Los Angeles, KILLER KATE! was written by Daniel Moya (Rental) along with Elliot Feld (General Education), who will also direct the film. It stars Danielle Burgess (“The Deuce,” “The Sinner”), Larry Cedar (“True Crime: The Menendez Murders,” “Deadwood”) and Tiffany Shepis (Victor Crowley, Tales of Halloween).  

“We’re extremely excited for KILLER KATE! to get started,” said Elliot Feld, who not only serves as director of the film, but also as CEO of Feld Films.  “After diligently crafting the script, scouting locations, and completing casting, this project has been a labor of love, one we’re excited to bring to life next week as principal photography begins.”

In KILLER KATE!, Kate attends her estranged sister’s bachelorette party at the request of their dying father. The weekend, held at a remote cabin booked on a home sharing app, turns into a savage life-or-death struggle that pits family against family, and past against present.

The film is being produced by Alexandra Feld (Phoenix Forgotten), David Feld (Siren), Lawrence Feld, and Jesse Pruett (The Prince).

 

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