“House of Good and Evil,” the suspense film shot in Floyd last year by Blu de Golyer and David Mun, premieres Saturday night in a special showing at Chantilly Farms on Franklin Pike.
If threatened thunderstorms hit the area, the showing will be shifted to the gym at Floyd County High School.
Some, who should see the film before passing judgment, have wondered aloud if a horror film should be shown at the high school.
Why not? Advance reviews say the film is an old-fashioned horror thriller that is scary without blood and fore. Producer and screenwriter Blu de Golyer, son-in-law of Floyd Countians Bill and Ginny Gardiner, says the film contains no nudity, no gore and no religious content or subtext. It most likely has less offensive content than the evening news.
I’m looking forward to seeing the film. I hope others will enjoy it as much as those who have seen it. It sounds like a good effort that showcases the talents of Rachel Lewis, Christian Oliver and local actor and former Oddfellas Cantina owner Rob Neukirch.
Check out the film’s Facebook page for more detail.